Aldi Australia is preparing to release its ‘most luxurious Christmas range ever’, with prices starting from just $3.99
Launching on October 27, the German-owned supermarket’s new Curated Collection features 21 festive treats and edible gifts perfect for the holiday season, including salted caramels, gingerbread fudge, buttery shortbread and indulgent honeycomb.
Sourced from local Australian producers and leading brands around the world, ALDI says the range is the most lavish Christmas collection ever stocked in-store.
Aldi shopping expert Kylie Warnke said the retailer is ‘proud’ to be levelling up its festive offering after a year of gruelling lockdowns across large swathes of Australia.
‘We’re very proud to be releasing our most luxurious Christmas range ever, allowing more Australians to treat themselves and gift to their friends and family for a premium festive experience this year,’ she said.
Standout buys include two luxurious vintage puddings infused with rum, ruby port, and the finest French Armagnac – one soaked for 10 months for $14.99, the other soaked for 30 months for $19.99.
Best buys from Aldi’s new Christmas range
Luxury 10-month Vintage Pudding – $14.99
Luxury 30-month Matured Pudding – $19.99
All Butter Fruit Mince Pies – $4.99
Christmas Fruit Cake – $3.99
Iced Christmas Cake – $16.99
Gingerbread fudge – $4.99
Milk and Dark Salted Caramels – $6.99
Premium Australian Extra Virgin Olive Oil – $7.99
Finishing Vinegar – $6.99
Mediterranean Style Dukkah – $3.99
Roasted and Salted Mixed Nuts – $12.99
Luxury Wagyu Biltong – $19.99
The 10-month matured pudding was finished in the Hunter Region in NSW, while the 30-month matured pudding comes from the UK.
Ms Warnke described it as an ‘absolute steal’, adding: ‘Our 30-month matured pudding is definitely something extra decadent for our shoppers.
”We haven’t seen anything of this quality at this price point in Australia, and it really is the hero of this range.’
Elsewhere in the range you’ll find $4.99 six-packs of buttery mince pies, packed with brandy and cognac-infused dried fruits inside crumbly shortcrust pastry.
Shoppers can also get their hands on $6.99 boxes of decadent Irish chocolates, featuring caramels, fudges and chewy honeycomb, as well as four different Christmas cakes starting from $3.99.
Aldi has got you covered when it comes to shopping for culinary gifts, with a selection of tasty presents including $3.99 Mediterranean dukkah, $12.99 roasted nuts, and luxury wagyu biltong for $19.99.Internet Explorer Channel Network