Are G&T flavoured yogurts a step too far?
Müller’s unlikely new flavour takes our gin obsession next level
Gin and tonic flavoured cakes, sweets and crisps already exist in the world and now thanks to Müller Light, we have a controversial new yoghurt that tastes like our favourite tipple.
Despite pots of the new flavours — G&T, pink gin and elderflower — containing less than 0.5% alcohol (effectively, alcohol-free) the yogurts have raised concerns by those who say they normalise alcohol in homes. While other G&T lovers are lapping them up.
Made with British milk, the yogurts are suitable for vegetarians, but not vegan-friendly. They are also fat-free, high in protein and contain no added sugar. Gin-Fun they are not!
They are now available in Tesco and Asda stores and are sold in six-packs, which include both flavour variants and priced at £3.
Expect more gin-food mashups to come. There's already G&T crisps on sale in Aldi, Joe & Seph’s gin and tonic popcorn to Jude’s gin and tonic ice-cream out there.
Gin sales topped a record £3bn last year, and it seems everyone wants a slice of the gin-craze-pie (now there's an idea!). What do you think, are these yogurts a step too far?