ECHO Falls has just launched a new tropical tipple, and it could be the perfect one for rum and wine drinkers alike to sip on this summer.
Yep, the wine giant has decided to combine white wine with rum, and it tastes of coconut and pineapple.
The bottles contain 75cl of the sweet drink, and have an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 9 per cent.
They’ll only set you back £3.99 at B&M, which is the only retailer we’ve found them on sale at.
We’ve asked Echo Falls whether they’ll go on sale anywhere else, and if so when, but we haven’t heard back yet.
The tipple was first spotted by Facebook page Money Saver Online, and the post quickly got people talking and has so far racked up more than 2,000 comments.
One user said: “We must try this sounds lovely for the summer nights.”
While another added: ” I feel like this would taste like Malibu.”
The launch comes after Echo Falls rolled out a wine infused with gin, tasting of strawberries and raspberries in February.
This also has an ABV of 9 per cent and is on sale at B&M for £3.99, although it set you back £5 when it first rolled out exclusively at Co-op.
Sadly, the gin tipple isn’t on sale in any of the major supermarkets either.
The cheapest ordinary bottle of Echo Falls wine can currently be found at Tesco for £3.75, reduced from £4.25 until June 17.
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Last month, Echo Falls launched a PINK GIN – and it sounds delicious.
And last summer, it started selling sparkling rosé in a can for £1.85.
Meanwhile in 2017, it rolled out an Echo Falls Vodka.
Of course, whenever you’re enjoying a tipple, please be Drinkaware.
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