Christmas is fast approaching, can you believe it?
As those jingles bells ring and the mistletoe hangs, food and drink of a very festive variety is lining shelves in popular supermarkets.
Including the incredible M&S light-up snow globe gin which has made a very, very welcome return.
This time, there's a twist – the gin is back in magnum size. Yes, you heard right!
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Last year the snow globe gin was a big hit with shoppers and this year it's set to be an even bigger one… quite literally!
The limited edition Ultimate Snow Globe Gin Liqueur Magnum is now available to buy online from M&S for £40.
It contains a whopping 1.5 litres of gin to help the good times be-gin over the Christmas period!
However you'll have to think fast as it's known to be popular – an M&S spokesperson once said the globe gin sold one every three seconds!
The bottles are gorgeous too with beautiful festive designs seen on each.
What's more, the beautiful bottle lights up so you'll always be able to find it, and it even contains edible 23-carat gold and silver leaf.
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Oh, it plays a Christmas song too and we're not kidding!
Jenny Rea, Head of Snow Globe Gin Liqueurs at M&S, said: "I can’t wait for customers to see this ULTIMATE Snow Globe Gin Liqueur Magnum we’ve created this year.
"It’s been a closely guarded secret all year and I’m super excited to see people’s reactions. I do hope they fall in love with it as much as we have!"
Restaurants and various other chains across Britain are already rolling out their seasonal food and drink offerings and customers can't wait to sink their teeth into them.
Starbucks is introducing a chocolate orange toastie this year, whilst McDonald's is expanding its McCafe range in the run-up to December 25.
And from November 5, Caffe Nero fans can sink their teeth into what they've called the "ultimate festive panini".
You can see all the delicious festive food updates here.
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