Marks & Spencer launch new Percy Pig Phizzy Pop drink – it’s delicious

The Percy Pig market seems to have exploded in recent months.

Not only has the adorable sweet been turned into a yummy dessert sauce, an ice cream, muffins and a veggie version, there’s now a Percy drink.

The new Marks & Spencer’s Phizzy Pop is a Percy Pig flavoured soft drink.

We didn’t know we wanted that in our lives, but it turns out we do.

The bev will set you back £2.25 for a 750ml bottle and we can wait to sample it.

What's your favourite Percy Pig treat? Tell us about it in the comments section below…

The pop is made with carbonated spring water, raspberry juice, white grape juice and additional Percy flavourings.

So, it tastes just like the iconic sweeties.

Percy Pig fans can’t wait to snag their own bottle of the pink stuff.

Many are sharing excited snaps to Instagram.

One mum even admitted that she used the beverage to toast her boyfriend’s birthday alongside the kids.

She told Tyla : “The kids enjoyed the fizzy piggy juice to do a birthday cheers with the adults."

While another said that she ran straight to M&S to grab a bottle when she heard about it.

She said: “We opened it as soon as we got home.

"It was so nice, the perfect mixture of raspberry and grape juices made it so refreshing."

The mum added: "Poured over ice it would be the perfect drink for a hot sunny day.

“We will definitely be buying again."

It’s not the first time the iconic pig has been turned into a drink.

M&S previously released a still, juice version of the Percy Pig drink made with grape, raspberry and apple juice from concentrate.

And, the Percy celebration doesn’t end there!

M&S have also released a new Party Percy sweet.

The variation on the traditional pig is made of six different flavours and colours.

Posting on Instagram, the supermarket said: “Your taste buds will be jumping with joy to a combination of peach, strawberry and cream, apple, plum, raspberry and of course classic Percy grape – it’s a right flavour rave!”

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