Marks and Spencer launches edible flowers to jazz up your food and cocktails

Thanks to Marks and Spencer, our cocktails just got a little bit prettier.

Those who really take their drinks seriously will want to garnish them with all sorts of things.

Now M&S has launched edible flowers to make your glasses cuter and even your food too.

The British Edible Viola Flowers will make the perfect garnish to really take your Instagram uploads to another level.

They are grown in Worcestershire by a little family-owned business who pick them by hand to ensure you have the best ones.

Whether you want to dash it on your avocado on toast or throw a bit in your cocktail, it'll all look really pretty.

The Edible Flowers can be bought for £1.50 in Marks and Spencer stores.

Also it comes at the right time too as flowers are well and truly blossoming in the UK.

With the flowers it's also a really good opportunity for you to get creative with your food and drink.

Are you looking for more treats to enjoy this summer?

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Aldi has launched a new Passionfruit Gin Liqueur that tastes just like a Porn Star Martini.

It comes as part of the supermarket's Spirits Festival where a lot of tipples have been reduced to affordable prices.

The delicious drink, created by the Infusionist, can be bought for just £8.99 in stores now.

It also sells other flavours for the same price, and we reckon they're perfect for summer too.

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Also the supermarket is selling its own Little Moons ice cream which has become popular in recent months.

You could pick either tropical, mango or coconut and purchase a box of six that'll cost you just £3.49.

The Japanese-inspired dessert will be in store from May 17 – just when travel restrictions ease in the UK.

And Aldi's dessert balls are more than 20% cheaper than its rivals too.

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