If You Like Piña Coladas, ALDI Is Selling 2L Casks For Less Than $20

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What a time to be alive!

Just before the shops close for Christmas, ALDI has come through with the goods to get us through this holiday period. Because we all need a piña colada (or two) to get through the day spent with family you haven’t seen for a decade (literally).

Calling all fans of alcohol, legal-drinkers, and – most importantly – fans of that song. ALDI has the 2-litre cask of your dreams to keep you feeling chill all summer long.

And all you need is a $20 note.

ALDI Australia will be selling 2-lite casks of Piña Colada for just $18.99 from the 24 December. So that’s quite literally, just before time runs out and the fresh hell of family Christmas begins.

Unfortunately, it will only be in select stores across NSW, ACT, Victoria, and WA while stocks last.

In other words, we don’t know where, and we don’t know for how long it’s going to last. But you can guarantee that they’ll be snapped up quick-smart. And you don’t want to miss out.

Especially if you want to make it through Christmas lunch interrogations about your love life from well-meaning aunts. And without biting back at your borderline racist uncle (who you know knows better). Not to mention the screaming children.

Yeah, I’m down for a cask of Piña Colada.

Each cask contains just under 10 standard drinks. That’s 10 cocktails for the price of one at a bar.

Can someone say BARGAIN?

But if you’re not a fan of Piña Coladas, don’t fear, there are options for you too. There will also be 2-lite casks of Mojitos and Espresso Martinis for the same price.

This is the best way to simultaneously bouje-fy your summer drinking sessions, and bogan-up the average cocktail.

Besides, no one wants to be drinking goon on a summer day. But you still want the fun of squeezing it from a box.

Ah, the perfect combination.

To find an ALDI store near you, click here. And good luck.

But let’s all collectively hope and pray they stick around into the New Year.

Image Sources: Twitter (Pina Colada)

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