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Marks and Spencer are now selling sparkly gin snow globes in time for XmasCredit: M&S

MARKS and Spencer are getting in the festive spirit and are now selling epic gin snow globes.

Shoppers have been raving about the sparkly bottles and one person took to Facebook to show off their purchase.

Sharing a video of their bottle of gin, the user captioned it: “M&S rhubarb gin light up snow globe 😋 £18.00 had another flavour also I’ve forgotten.

They later added: “clementine flavour I’ve just been reminded.”

Fellow Facebook users were quick to comment on the post, with one person writing: “I bought one yesterday to put in my gin bar xx it’s lovely.”

A second person wrote: “I bought 2 of the clementine bottles this week for Xmas presents 🎁, they are lovely.”

One happy customer shared a video of their new bottle on Facebook
One happy customer shared a video of their new bottle on FacebookCredit: FACEBOOK

A third added: “i don’t even care what it tastes like I just want it because of the way it looks 😍 xx.”

Marks and Spencer describe the tipple as “this season’s must-sip gin”.

Their website adds: “Last year’s favourite tipple, our extra-special sparkly gin liqueur, is back – and even better!

M&S even provide cocktail recipes on their website for gin lovers
M&S even provide cocktail recipes on their website for gin loversCredit: M&S

“Available in two delicious flavours, clementine and brand-new rhubarb, and with 23-carat edible gold leaf for a showstopping sparkly effect, this perfect present comes in a light-up bottle!”

M&S advise: “Serve on the rocks, with tonic or with our Conte Priuli ORO prosecco.”

Both flavours are available in store now and the hight street brand confirmed they will be available online very soon.

Source: M&S is selling gin snow globes – and they’ll get you in the Christmas spirit

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