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St Patrick's Day is probably the biggest day of the year in our Emerald Isle for hitting the stores to buy alcohol.

Let's be real here, we're a nation of drink-connoisseurs; we'll be in the pub all day or at some mad gaff with a keg.

Stores like Aldi have been recently producing some of Ireland's best quality and cheapest gin, but they've only gone and topped themselves with their latest product.

Aldi Ireland has OFFICIALLY announced that it will be selling…wait for it…shamrock infused gin. Just in time for St. Patricks's Day; we know exactly what we'll be polluting ourselves with this year.

Made by Listoke Distillery in Co. Louth, Tower Gin’s 'Shamrock Infused Gin' will be on sale from Thursday, February 28 for a price of €19.99/50cl, so banishing all of those snakes won't break the bank.

Tower Gin’s 'Shamrock Infused Gin' has been distilled in the traditional London Dry style, with all ingredients, including the fresh shamrock, coming from the highways and byways of Co. Louth.


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The refreshing gin has a mild earthy taste from the shamrock flavour, and has rosehips and sweet orange flavour to match. Oh, and the gin is genuinely green, in honour of St. Paddy himself.

The gin makers have written an adorable poem for it's customers to enjoy;

"We once made a gin by The Tower, distilled with an Irish green power, some citrus and spice, some tonic and ice, from Ireland’s delicate wild shamrock flower!"

Adorable. We're so excited to give this one a try, it would be our honour to drink gin for the sake of our country.

Only one week left until we can get our hands on the gincredibly patriotic alcohol beverage, and 24 days until the biggest day of the Irish calendar. Get down to Aldi before the snakes get their paws on it first.


Taylor Swift is officially back after taking a social media sabbatical by deleting all of her accounts. 

Taylor has been leaking some mysterious videos on her empty pages, featuring snakes.

In case you have been living under a celeb-repelling rock, it is believed that the snakes are a homage to Kim Kardashian's previous emoji comment last year. 

Since leaking the videos, Taylor, has actually launched a brand new single, Look What You Made Me Do, which she revealed she will be performing at the VMAs this coming Sunday.

In the clip she leaked about the VMAs, Taylor can be seen on a throne of snakes and dressed in reptile-inspired couture.

She also dons an intricate snake ring, which fans have become obsessed with. Never one to leave her fans wanting for much, Taylor is now selling the rings on her online store, and they're actually not too pricey for a piece of celeb bling at sixty quid. 

Taylor is clearly taking back control of the narrative and reclaiming the snake symbol, an emoji which was used as a massive insult towards her last year.

While it definitely looks like it's a directed dig at Kim K, at least Taylor is taking a stand for herself. 


What are your thoughts on Taylor's snakey comeback?