Costco's boozy eggnog has 13.9% ABV
Now that bonfire night is done and dusted, we can all get down to the serious business of preparing for the mad Christmas rush.
Sure, it's not long until we all sit down with our families for recriminations and endless turkey on Thanksgiving, but already, brands have been jostling for space in the always over-crowded Christmas product market.
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We've already heard tell of a great many festive offerings from everyone's guilty pleasure, Aldi. The supermarket chain has been busy releasing news of a candy cane gin liqueur, a two-metre long pig in blanket, the return of their wine advent calendar, a truly magical-looking Harry Potter advent calendar, and announced their intention to donate leftover food to charity on Christmas Eve.
Meanwhile, there's been tell of a Grinch-inspired holiday cookie, and even a Buddy-the-elf Christmas wreath. In short, there's probably a holiday-themed product for each and every day of the year.
But if your appetite for all things festive is yet to be sated, then boy do I have some exciting news for you.
Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce Costco's Christmas offering.
That's right, Costco has just waded into the festive fray with this sumptuous-sounding Eggnog, which is surprisingly boozy at 13.9% ABV.
Sound good? Well it's about to get even better.
These bad boys come in gargantuan 1.5 litre bottles and are made with real dairy cream. What's more, at $8.99 they're not exactly going to break the bank either.
Popular Instagram account Costcobuys reported on the Eggnog wine cocktail, writing;
"Game changer! 😱 My Costco just got these 1.5 liter Kirkland Egg Nog Wine Cocktails! This is made with real dairy cream, contains 13.9% Alc/Vol, and is best served over ice. I cannot WAIT to enjoy the holidays with this right by my side! 😂😍 ($8.99, item no. 1263677)"
So if you've been wondering how best to round off an exhausting Christmas Day spent sampling every new holiday product under the sun, you may have just found your answer.