Aldi launches budget gins just in time for Christmas

Aldi launches budget gins just in time for Christmas

Aldi, the king of copying products has now started to target the gin market with 7 new gins hitting the shelves from 1 October, with online orders available from 14 November.

The Oliver Cromwell London Dry Gin, which costs under £10, has received some pretty prestigious accolades in the past including ‘a silver medal in blind taste-testing at this year’s International Spirits Challenge’ 1

“Price isn’t everything,” Charles Maxwell, master distiller and one of the judges, insists. “With gin, you’re governed by two things: juniper must be predominant, and the strength must be at least 37.5 per cent. After that, the botanicals [the combination of aromatic plant extracts that create a ‘signature’ flavour] are your toy cupboard.”

Needle Blackforest Gin, £14.99

‘A carefully distilled gin from a mix of 11 botanicals, ranging from lavender to hand-picked spruce needles. Complimented by hints of ginger and sun-dried lemons and oranges.’

Oliver Cromwell 1599 Sloe Gin, £9.99

‘An intensely aromatic plum and cherry flavour resonates throughout the mouth, closely followed by a hint of almond from the stone of the sloe fruit, giving a full and complex taste.’

Topaz Blue Premium Gin, £13.99

‘A balanced mix of wild botanicals and fruits with a touch of citrus and juniper.’

La Fleuriste French Gin, £19.99

‘A beautifully floral gin, crafted from 17 carefully selected botanicals and spices. On the nose, this gin is complex and elegant, with delicate notes of blossom closely followed by a citrus and juniper finish.’

Gin Lane 1751 Old Tom Gin, £19.99

‘Star anise botanicals and a dash of refined sugar create a full-bodied and perfectly balanced gin – silky, smooth and a deliciously sweet profile.’

Gin Lane 1751 Victoria Pink Gin, £19.99

‘Mixed from eight botanicals (juniper, coriander, angelica, orris root, Sicilian lemon, Seville orange, cassia bark and star anise) following a traditional Victorian recipe. This gin has a beautiful pink hue from Angostura bitters and is perfectly balanced between sweet and dry. An extremely thoughtful present this winter.’

Boyle’s Premium Irish Small Batch Craft Gin, £19.99

‘A well balanced dry gin, scented with hints of orange and juniper. An initially spicy flavour followed by a mellow and smooth finish.’

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  1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/10013191/At-this-price-gins-a-real-tonic.html

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