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Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

When I first walked into the Aldi 2016 Christmas event, I had to do a double, no, wait, a triple take.

I can’t say I’ve been to Aldi for a while, but when I have been in the past, it gives me the impression of being cheap and basic.

This wasn’t reflected in their Christmas range. If I went to someone’s house and they served me this, then told me it was from Aldi, I would have punched them in the arm and said LOLOLOL UR FUNNY. But seriously where did you get this stuff from?

It was stunning. The Brie with truffle was my highlight for sure from the food section. I may have taken 3 big chunks and I’m not even sorry. I spent a long time chatting to one of the buyers about cheese and it sounds amazing.

Moving on to the beauty section, you need to take note of the beauty advent calendar. I believe it’s to retail at £20 – it’s not your average beauty calendar, each day there’s something different in the box with the idea if you start using the product on the day you open it, you’ll have lovely skin by Christmas.

On to the homeware section. All I need to say is copper pans.

COPPER PANS.

I need these. All of these. With the most expensive pan in the range being £10.99, you can’t go wrong. They’ll be out in October and I’ll be paying a visit for sure. Oh, and the kitchen aid – around £60.

In the gift range, there was also a retro metallic gold telephone and a record player.

What a stunning selection.

Warning – this post is photo heavy – but it’s worth sharing. There’s a video of the event at the end, too.

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

Aldi Christmas 2016

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Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 ski range

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Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

Aldi Christmas 2016 home

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12 Comments

  • Mary

    That food all looks amazing! I’ve heard lots of good things about Aldi food before, and it’s only really been lack of convenience that I don’t shop there on a regular basis. Might have to check out some of those eats in time for Christmas though! 😉

  • Carrieanne

    I find Aldi food much better value than other well known supermarkets maybe not cheaper but better quality. I love seeing what they have in the bins in the middle always something you don’t expect to see in a supermarket like a wetsuit or a massive saw. Can’t wait for their Christmas range
    Carrieanne x
    Beautiesunlocked.com

  • Aimee

    Wow! The food looks delicious, and the gifts look fab. Definitely would not have thought Aldi upon sight. I’ll definitely be paying them a visit for Christmas! x

  • Mica

    Oh yum I don’t blame you for taking a lot of photos – the food looks great! I would have been trying so hard not to eat it all, haha!

  • Kel

    Wow, I knew Aldi were doing alright for themselves these days but a lot of this looks amazing! I might have to treat myself to the beauty advent calendar this year too! x

  • Anca

    The copper pans are fab! I will look for them in Aldi. I go to Aldi a couple of times each month as I like the veggies, fresh and most of them locally sourced, at least the ones I buy from them.

  • Lucy

    Aldi is seriously the one to watch their products are great, especially for entertaining. Not sure why people think of it like Iceland and Lidl they are worlds apart. Their charcuterie, cheese and wines are superb. The Christmas offering looks wonderful Lucy x

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