Aldi’s gin has just been named the best in the world at this year’s Spirits Business Gin Masters.
Once again, the supermarket chain has come out on top for their offerings of Mother’s Ruin.
The coveted ‘Masters’ title, which is the highest distinction available, was awarded to the Greyson’s Seville Orange & Persian Lime Gin (£14.99), beating other brands costing up to two times the price.
According to an Aldi spokesperson, 66 million bottles of gin were sold in 2018 alone, proving that the spirit’s popularity is not slowing down.
Retailing at £14.99, Aldi’s Greyson’s Seville Orange & Persian Lime Gin is 40% of the price of other top brand gins, giving shoppers a massive £10 saving.
Other popular Aldi gins, Harrison’s Gin (£15.99) and Passionfruit Gin Liqueur (£9.99), also went home with Gold and Silver medals respectively, after receiving both a silver and bronze medal at this year’s International Spirits Challenge.
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, said: “It’s an incredible achievement to be recognised for our gin range at such a prestigious competition, not only once, but three times!
“We’ve seen the trend for flavoured gins become increasingly popular over the last few years and we’re thrilled to see that the quality of our products makes them stand out from the crowd with both our loyal customers and gin connoisseurs alike.”
For more information about Aldi’s award-winning range, visit their website.