Lidl is promoting a candy wine that tastes like HOT CROSS BUNS for Easter

EVERY spring, retailers compete to provide you with probably the most outlandish mash ups to get us within the Easter spirit.

To this point this 12 months, we’ve had every thing from cream tea scorching cross buns and bunny formed rooster nuggets to Marmite flavoured Easter eggs.

Lidl says its new wine tastes like scorching cross buns!

A number of the time we’re handled to booze-flavoured treats like the brand new Jagermeister spiked creme eggs or this gin and prosecco chocolate egg however now Lidl has determined to reverse the pattern with a wine that tastes like scorching cross buns.

In keeping with the discounter, the Moscatel Reserva de Familia is “harking back to the season’s conventional spiced and candy buns loaded with currants due to its lusciously wealthy complexity and tasting notes of raisin and fig”.

So how do you create a wine that tastes like scorching cross buns?

Lidl explains that the Muscat grapes are first solar dried for 10-15 days on specialised “esparto” dry grass, a species created from grasses of North Africa and southern Europe.

Then the full-bodied flavour of “Easter bun’s spices” is enhanced because the wine is matured in oak barrels.

This additionally helps the wine preserve its candy, syrupy texture.

The end result? A wine that tastes like scorching cross buns, to accompany your Easter egg that tastes like Jagermeister.

And even higher – the wine is vegan too!

Richard Bampfield, Lidl’s Grasp of Wine, says: “This uncommon Spanish wine from the historic Malaga area boasts distinctive aromas of raisins and candy spice, very very similar to  that of the cinnamon and nutmeg flavours in scorching cross buns.”

The wine will set you again simply £6.99 and could be present in Lidl shops nationwide as a part of the discounter’s Spring Wine Tour.

If it tickles your fancy, you will discover your nearest Lidl here.

Asda’s 25% off six bottles of wine deal is again – with over 500 completely different bottles included.

In the meantime Aldi is promoting glowing wine in a CAN – and so they price £1.70 every.

And Lidl has launched new vary of fizz – with bottles ranging from simply £5.99.

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