A Bolton-based catering company is offering massive tubs of Biscoff spread for you to enjoy at home – for the rest of the year, easily.
The only bad thing about Biscoff spread is that the jars aren’t bucket-size. Well, not anymore.
Pure Gusto is a catering company in Bolton that provides coffee and other bits and bobs for cafes and restaurants in the area.
The website reads: “delectably tempting caramelised biscuit spread from Lotus Bakeries, but in a very large, 8kg catering format!” – yes, EIGHT kilograms of the delicious spread.
If you don’t think you can handle 8kg, you can opt for a smaller but still hefty 1.6kg.
The website suggests using it to make ‘delicious topping & filling for crepes, waffles, pancakes, cakes, puddings, ice cream, gelato, milkshakes & other desserts’. I recommend getting a spoon and digging in.
If you prefer Nutella, the website has got buckets of that too – so don’t fear. A 3kg bucket will cost you £19.99.
It’s worth noting that 8kg of Biscoff spread comes with an equally heavy price tag. It’ll set you back £49.99. and that’s before you add on a litre of Lotus topping sauce for £8.79. Go on – get yours here.
If you’re struggling with what to do with all those kilograms, how about having a go at making this Biscoff Battenberg cake which has been described as better than the original?
Or go for a Lotus Biscoff Twix bar made with shortbread biscuit layers, Biscoff spread and milk chocolate.
The possibilities are endless!
Rekorderlig is selling a new Pink Lemon cider just in time for summer
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While the weather is still a little bit chilly today, the sun is well and truly out over Manchester.
This little taste of summer is heightened by the fact beer gardens are once again open from today, and everyone’s getting a bit excited about the prospect of summer.
Well, you don’t need to go to a beer garden to sample Rekorderlig’s brand new pink lemon cider, which has now landed on supermarket shelves.
The Swedish cider brand’s premium summer drink is made with juicy citrus flavours, tempered with raspberry – it’s a bit like a summery pink lemonade.
According to Rekorderlig, the pink lemon cider is best served cold over ice in a glass, topped with raspberries and a squeeze of lemon.
You can grab 500ml bottles of the pink lemon cider from Morrison’s nationwide right now.
And if you’re in the market for more fruity ciders, Kopparberg recently announced a passionfruit and orange flavoured cider.
Subway is selling crisp butties from today
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Fans of the iconic crisp butty – and let’s face it, who doesn’t love one? – we’ve got some very good news for you.
Subway has announced that it will be selling crisp butties from today, Wednesday April 7th.
From today, the high street sandwich chain has added Walkers ready salted crisps as a topping option.
You’ll be asked if you want ‘crisp in’ or ‘crisp out’ next time you order a sandwich from Subway.
It will set you back just 20p extra to add the crunchy snack to your butty, as well as wraps and salads.
Sadly crisp butties won’t be around forever, as the limited edition offering is only available until May 23rd.
It’s also only available when ordering in-store.
Fernando Kahane, from Walkers, said: “As a nation, we may not agree on everything, but we are united in the fact that a lunchtime sandwich without crisps is just not the same.”
Subway has 53 different ingredients for customers to choose from, with more than 1,700 Subway shops in the UK and Ireland.
Aldi launches new peach and elderflower glitter globe gin with 23-carat gold leaf
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If you like your drinks sparkly and gin-based then look no further.
Aldi is launching a brand new glitter globe gin later this month, which is perfect for outdoor drinks as the weather gets better (fingers crossed).
The budget supermarket will be selling a new Glitter Globe Peach & Elderflower Gin Liqueur, complete with 23-carat-gold leaf glitter.
It’s part of Aldi’s Infusionist range, and the sweet tipple comes infused with peach and elderflower.
If you give it a shake, sparkly flecks of 23-carat gold leaf will swirl around the drink.
Aldi said: “Joining Aldi’s already popular Infusionist range, this snow globe bottle will inspire shoppers to go for gold and indulge on a tasty gin liqueur infused with sweet peach and elderflower.
“All that’s left to do is shake to wake the flecks of 23-carat gold leaf.”
The gin will set you back £12.99 for a 50cl bottle, and will hit both Aldi stores and online from April 22nd.