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You can get paid to drink pink prosecco in the ultimate dream job

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If you are a fan of pink prosecco this is the job for you, and it even includes a free trip to Italy and a year’s supply of bubbles.

PINK Prosecco is one of the first rosé proseccos ever sold in the UK following a change in Italian law.

The team behind the brand are looking for an official tester to make sure the pink drink is absolutely perfect before hitting the shelves next month.

In exchange for £300, the successful applicant will be asked to provide a short review of the Prosecco. They will also be sent on a trip to Treviso in Italy next year to visit the vineyards and winery for three days with a guest of your choice.

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On your travels you’ll be invited to pick and press the grapes before being able to sample some of the bubbles you helped to make about 14 weeks later.

You will also be given a year’s supply of PINK Prosecco to share with your friends.

Candidates ‘must be an advocate of Prosecco O’Clock’, over 18 and willing to travel early next year. You must submit 250 words why you think you’re the best person for the job.

Paul Anthony Gidley, CEO of PINK Prosecco, said: “Fizz fans have been wanting to try PINK Prosecco for so long and it’s almost time for the first reveal.

“We want to make sure it’s pink perfection, and the new PINK Prosecco Tester will not only have the crucial role of tasting the first batch, but will help us to shape the product in the future.

“Since the Prosecco Council in Italy gave the go-ahead for Prosecco DOC Rosé we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to get the brand, bottle and bubbles just right.

“We hope the successful applicant will agree that PINK Prosecco really does taste as good as it looks – with a fruitier nose than standard Prosecco and hints of summer fruits such as strawberry and blackberry, with fantastic racing bubbles and a light, semi-sweet finish.”

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Seven Brothers make beer inspired by Andy Burnham called ‘The King of the North’

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Seven Brothers Brewery have created a new beer inspired by Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham.

Andy Burnham has been nicknamed the ‘King of the North’ across social media for his efforts towards government support for a tier 3 lockdown in Greater Manchester.

But one Manchester-based company has gone a step further, dedicating a new batch of beer to him.

‘King of the North’ is a North England IPA that has been created by Seven Brothers.

The beer is a collaboration with Tip-Jar and their ‘hospitality mates’ across the city of Manchester to help raise funds for individuals who are most vulnerable at the minute. 

They shared the news on social media writing: “Tiers are flooding, the tips have dried up… enter KING OF THE NORTH!”

“Inspired by the Mayor of Greater Manchester and his fight for funding across the North, we’ve teamed up with Tip-Jar and our hospitality mates from across the City of Manchester to raise funds for hospitality workers in need during this difficult time.”

“There are two ways you can help. You can visit the link in our bio and leave a tip at the Tip-Jar link for a struggling hospitality worker. At this not-for-profit venture, all your kind tips are supporting carefully selected individuals.”

“You can also grab a can of our KING OF THE NORTH beer, a portion of all profits will also benefit this venture. This New England IPA is getting a North England twist and it really packs a punch.”

You can pre-order the beer now and they will be dispatched from November 18th. 

Seven Brothers are also creating free packed lunches with their sister company Four Sisters as part of the End Child Poverty campaign.

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Aldi’s giant Ferrero Rocher is finally available in stores

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The massive version of a Ferrero Rocher is now available in Aldi stores.

The Specially Selected Chocolate & Praline Dome is part of their Christmas collection this year and was announced way back when in August.

It feels like we’ve been waiting a lifetime for it to be available but it is finally in stores as of Monday 26th October!! 

The limited-edition Christmas dessert can be found in the frozen section of Aldi stores. 

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The huge domed dessert is filled with a milk chocolate and hazelnut mousse, milk chocolate feuilletine, cocoa sponge cake and a covered shell. 

It’s not the only new dessert either, a huge Chocolate & Salted Caramel Layered Bar which features dark chocolate and hazelnut mousse with a praline feuilletine, a salted butter caramel mousse, all covered with a chocolate biscuit and dark chocolate shell, will also be available.

An Aldi spokesperson at the time said: “No one knows exactly how the situation will have changed by December but one thing we’re sure of is that Christmas won’t be cancelled.

“What we’re going through now and have been through, means people are going to be even more focused on celebrating with their household, sharing food and drink and gifts with their families, and that’s where Aldi comes in.”

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Costa launches new Christmas drinks including a Quality Street Purple One Latte

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Costa has unveiled their Christmas drinks range and it includes a Terry’s Chocolate Orange hot chocolate and a Quality Street Purple One Latte.

The high street coffee chain has released some brand new festive drinks for the season and they look incredible.

They will be available from Tuesday, November 13th and see the return of everybody’s favourite Quality Street Purple One Latte.

There will also be Terry’s Chocolate Orange and After Eight hot chocs available for those who like a sweet drink.

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A festive twist on a Costa latte, the Purple One Latte is made with a rich caramel chocolate sauce and roasted hazelnut syrup. It’s topped with a dairy swirl and a drizzle of caramel chocolate sauce. 

And the best part? It event comes with a Purple One chocolate for good measure.

For those who are a fan of Costa’s hot chocolates, there’s a new After Eight for a cooly minty take on the classic drink. Topped with cream, dusting of chocolate powder and served with an After Eight mint chocolate. 

One we’re really excited about is the Terry’s Chocolate Orange Hot Chocolate. 

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Described as ‘a perfect blend of Costa Coffee’s Signature Hot Chocolate, flavoured with a specially created orange syrup [and] finished with a light dairy swirl and a festive glittery sprinkle’.

Like the other drinks, you’ll also get a slice of Chocolate Orange too.

The Terry’s Chocolate Orange Hot Chocolate and a Quality Street Purple One Hot Chocolate are exclusive to Costa Express machines across the UK.

The Christmas classics are also available including the Irish Velvet Frostino which features vanilla syrup and non-alcoholic Irish Coffee flavouring. 

There’s also the Black Forest Chocolate Frostino a sweet cherry and velvet chocolate drink with cherry sauce drizzle.

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The Hot Spiced Apple served with a slice of lemon is also making a return to the menu! 

A Costa Coffee spokesperson said: “We are incredibly excited to bring together the festive icons that are Quality Street, After Eight and Terry’s Chocolate Orange for our limited-edition drinks range to truly capture the taste of Christmas in a cup.

“This year, more than ever, we wanted to ensure we make Christmas feel that little bit more magical, every sip of the way, so we’re exceptionally pleased to offer returning and new Costa Coffee lovers these soon-to-be iconic additions, plus their classic favourites too. Now to the tough decision of choosing which to try first!”

Costa also launched new sweet treats including After Eight muffins and Biscoff cheesecake slices. 

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