M&S has launched festive gin snow globe baubles which you can hang on your Christmas tree.

The retailer's limited edition light-up snow globe gin has become the ultimate go-to gin over the Christmas season in recent years - selling out multiple times.

Now the supermarket has created these miniature snow globe baubles with brand-new flavours. 

Options include the Clementine Gin Liqueur Snow Globe Baubles or Spiced Sugar Plum Gin Liqueur Snow Globe Baubles.

Whether you want the baubles to sparkle away on your tree or as a gift for gin lovers, you can find the full stock on the Ocado website.

Each set comes with three baubles.

The gin liqueur snow globe baubles are best served chilled over ice or topped up with prosecco and include edible 23-carot gold leaves.

Salisbury Journal: Photo of M&S' Spiced Sugar Plum Gin Liqueur Snow Globe Baubles. Photo: Ocado/Marks & Spencer.Photo of M&S' Spiced Sugar Plum Gin Liqueur Snow Globe Baubles. Photo: Ocado/Marks & Spencer.

The retailer's famous Gin Liqueur Snow Globe range proves a smash hit year after year, with many struggling to get their hands on it for Christmas gifting.

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And now the limited edition Magnum sized light-up snow globe gin is back for another season.

Shimmering with edible 23-carat gold leaf and silver leaf, the light-up snow globe gin liqueur bottle even plays its own magical festive tune.

The seasonal blood orange gin liqueur's bottle features a stunning Nutcracker-themed illustration of beautiful ballerinas, toy soldiers and snowy scenes. 

Other flavours in the gin liqeur Clementine, spiced sugar plum and Madagascan vanilla rum.

You can find the full M&S snow globe range on the Ocado website here.

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