MARKS and Spencer has reduced the cost of its colour-changing gin.
With Mother’s Day in a matter of weeks, Marks and Spencer has announced a huge discount.
If you feel like treating your mum to a boozy gift, the supermarket is slashing the price of its two magical gins.
The gins – which change colour when you add tonic water – have been reduced from £25.
For £15, you can buy one of the two flavours which include: a blue-purple lavender tipple or a pale gold that tastes like rose.
And when you add tonic water to the drinks, they instantly change their colour.
With the lavender gin, this turns into a blue-tinged pink and the rose gin changes to a bold shade of pink.
They’re on offer from March 19 until April 1 – the day after Mother’s Day on March 31.
The gins will be on sale in stores and online (with a £3.50 delivery charge) – so if you want to treat your mum, visit your local branch.
However, they are currently out of stock online, but a spokesman confirmed there’s still availability in stores.
The gins have an ABV of 39%, which is usually stronger than the minimum requirement of 37.5%.
Made by The Old Curiosity Distillery in Edinburg, these bottles were first launched at M&S last April.
Are you looking for more Mother’s Day discounts?
Boots launched a huge sale last week.
Included in the offer is a range of new and exclusive gifts to the health and beauty store.
If you feel like taking your mum away in the UK, Travelodge has launched a massive sale.
The budget hotel chain dropped prices on 35,000 hotel rooms across the UK from £29 per room.