HOME Bargains is selling a unicorn themed boozy liqueur that tastes like marshmallows and even shimmers with edible glitter.
The budget retailer is stocking the magical drink in two other flavours too – cola and strawberries and cream.
The “unicorn” flavoured liqueur apparently tastes like marshmallows
The tipple is made with 14.5 per cent ABV although it’s not clear exactly what booze it is, only that it’s a “distilled spirit”.
Each 750ml bottle costs £5 each and was spotted by bargain hunters over on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
It was shared earlier this morning and has already received over 262 comments from members excited to get their hands on the drink.
Home Bargains was unable to tell us how long the drinks will be stocked for, or whether they’re a limited product, but one customer posted on the group that she couldn’t find any in her local store.
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Sidekick is a South African brand that also makes the creamy liqueur in cookies and cream, toffee and caramel, and peanut butter and cream flavours.
Unfortunately, you can’t get those flavours over in the UK – in fact, we couldn’t find any other UK retailer stocking Sidekick.
Smirnoff makes a “fluffed marshmallow” flavour booze but it’s only on sale in America and costs £28.49 from the drinksupermarket – so you’ll definitely be saving on the plonk from Home Bargains.
Last year, the Naked Marshmallow Co launched a marshmallow infused gin that costs £32 a pop.
Retailers have become obsessed in recent years with making products “unicorn” themed.
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B&M began selling straws that “turn your milk a unicorn flavour” and even boxes of Kellogg’s Unicorn Froot Loops breakfast cereal.
Walls has also released a unicorn themed Cornetto and it looks like something from a magical fairy tale land.
It’s not available in the UK but in the summer, you can get your hands on a unicorn dessert from Asda.
B&M is selling Zymurgorium glittery pink unicorn gin that tastes of marshmallows – but it costs £18
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