Aldi is selling a Baileys dupe that tastes just like Caramilk – shoppers are going wild for it | The Sun

ALDI is selling a Baileys dupe that tastes just like Caramilk – with shoppers going wild for it.

The supermarket giant has started stocking up their shelves ready for the most festive time of year.

With Christmas just three months away Brits have already been noticing much-loved chocolates and roast dinner staples appearing in stores.

But that's not all that's hit the shop floor.

For much of the country, festive alcohol is a must with households filling up their cupboards in advance.

And now, Aldi has introduced a twist on the classic Baileys liqueur.


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Every shopper at the discount store will know they already sell their version of the original flavour named Ballycastle Inspired Country Cream – which is currently sold out online.

This year, they've added a new flavour which is said to taste like the classic Cadbury's Caramillk chocolate bar.

The limited edition Blonde Chocolate is now in stores for a bargain price of £7.79.

Every 70cl bottle is a blend of rich double cream, caramelised chocolate and Irish Cream.

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It even bagged a silver award at this year's International Spirits Competition.

Dubbed by some as a "boozy Caramilk", it's best enjoyed over ice or as a main ingredient in a cocktail.

Aldi have pushed the boat out this year by also introducing a tiramisu-flavoured bottle, chocolate, hazelnut and caramel creme and white chocolate.

The budget chain is now in competition with other supermarkets this time of year to be the cheapest around.

It comes after Morrisons slashed the prices of their Quality Street tubs.

Shoppers can bag two 550g to 600g tubs of the festive chocolates for £7.

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