Hot cross bun flavoured gin is BACK and it’s a proper grown-up Easter treat

EASTER is just around the corner and we’ve found the ultimate tipple to celebrate the season.

Shoppers can now buy hot cross bun flavoured gin, and it could be the ideal adult way to wash down your Easter eggs.

  • Hot Cross Bun Gin, £35 from Not On The High Street – buy now

The themed bottle includes flavours of sultanas and citrus with spices like cinnamon and nutmeg – and it sounds delicious.

You can pick up a 50cl bottle of the hot cross bun-infused drink from Gin Tales at Not On The High Street and it will currently set you back £35.

The spirit is described on the website as being an “adult twist on an Easter favourite” and can be topped up with tonic, ice and fruit.

The product details say: “Hot Cross Gin has hatched… crack open a bottle today and let the Easter flavours escape.”

Currently the bottle is going down a treat with shoppers, who have rated it four out of five on the site and praised it for being “utterly delicious”.

One customer gushed: “Love this gin very unusual and great for cocktails.”

Meanwhile, another added: “Lovely tasting gin. You can definitely taste the hot cross bun fruits & spices when you drink it.”

The product description says Gin Tales only uses “fresh, natural ingredients – no added chemicals, sugar or other weird stuff that doesn't belong in your drink”.

The retailer reckons the drink is best sipped within three months from when you pop open the bottle.

They previously launched the beverage – which has a respectful ABV of 37.5 per cent – last year but brought it back thanks to popular demand.

It should be stored in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. You can buy it online from Not On The High Street.

To continue the Easter joy, Morrisons is selling GIANT hot cross buns for 35p.

Aldi is doing five new flavours ahead of Easter including rhubarb and custard.

If chocolate is more your thing, here's our investigation into where to buy the cheapest Easter eggs in UK supermarkets.

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