Next time youre sipping on a citrusy gin after a quick trip to Aldi, you should know youre drinking some award-winning stuff.
The supermarket has triumphed once again, taking home three accolades at this years Spirits Business Gin Masters.
It even managed to get the coveted masters title, the highest award available for its Greysons Seville Orange & Persian Lime Gin.
And its only £14.99. The alcoholic beverage beat off competition from bottles costing up to two times the price.
Who said fancy stuff has to be expensive?
Clearly, the nations love of flavoured gins has yet to slow down, with 66 million bottles sold in 2018 alone.
So its no wonder that the Aldi brand scored the nod of approval from the judges – receiving distinction level awards received for its spirits range.
And its been a good year for the company as its spirits range has scooped 24 medals in 2019.
Shoppers will also be glad to hear that the supermarkets bestselling tipples; Harrisons Gin (£15.99) and Passionfruit Gin Liqueur (£9.99) also took home gold and silver medals respectively.
The move continues their winning streak, having already scooped both a silver and bronze medal at this years International Spirits Challenge.
Its an incredible achievement to be recognised for our gin range at such a prestigious competition, said Julie Ashfield, from Aldi UK.
Weve seen the trend for flavoured gins become increasingly popular over the last few years and were thrilled to see that the quality of our products makes them stand out from the crowd with both our loyal customers and gin connoisseursRead More – Source