We love Aldi for its great selection of Scottish Gins and now they have announced the line-up for the first-ever ‘Spirits of Scotland Festival’ which is set to showcase a hand-picked selection of some of the finest Scottish spirits, including some awesome Scottish Gins!
Launching on Thursday 22nd August, the festival will be in all Scottish Aldi stores, so customers can taste the very best spirits from around Scotland at Aldi’s everyday low prices. From botanical gins perfect for a late summer’s evening to rich spiced rums and fruity liqueurs, it’s a celebration of the tradition, quality and craft of Scotland’s dedicated local distillers.
Included in the inaugural festival’s line up are
- Eden Mill’s Passionfruit and Coconut Gin (£19.99, 50cl)
- Redcastle Spirits’ Raspberry and Pomegranate Gin Liqueur (£14.99, 50cl)
- Brewdog’s LoneWolf Gin (£19.99, 70cl)
Plus an exciting selection of liqueurs, rums, vodkas and whiskies from around Scotland
Graham Nicolson, Group Buying Director, Aldi Scotland said: “Scotland is justifiably renowned the world over for its superb distilleries and over the years, their offerings have become more and more diverse and adventurous. As a result, Scotland is now home to a large number of dedicated distillers producing an exciting choice of flavourful and distinctive spirits and liqueurs.
“For our very first Spirits of Scotland festival, we’re pleased to bring together an enticing selection of gins, vodkas, whisky, rums and liqueurs, so our customers can taste the very best of what Scotland has to offer. To mark Aldi’s 25th anniversary in Scotland, we are thrilled to include the limited edition 25 Year Old Glen Marnoch Single Malt as part of the line-up. Whisky is what Scotland is known for, and the rich and luxurious Glen Marnoch gives our customers the chance to try a high-quality single malt without breaking the bank.
“At Aldi, we’re proud to be at the forefront of supporting independent Scottish producers and we will continue to champion all elements of our country’s exceptional spirits industry.”
The in-store festival will run while stocks last.
Please enjoy Scottish Gin & spirits responsibly