Lidl will be selling wine cooler handbags with a secret nozzle soon and, absolute scenes 2 months ago

Lidl will be selling wine cooler handbags with a secret nozzle soon and, absolute scenes

How boujie?

We're in Phase One lads, and you know what that means - time to go meet up with your mates in groups of no more than four outside.

It's an incredible time to be alive; made only better by the fact that from next week you'll be able to buy yourself a wine cooler bag that has a secret nozzle on the side.

From Thursday, May 28, Lidl will be selling the really quite stylish handbag (no, really) in their middle aisle. Each bag comes with a secret compartment with a 1.5 litre beverage bag and a secret nozzle so you can avail of your liquids without even opening your sack.

Absolute scenes.

And listen, if you fancied not filling the bag with an alcoholic beverage, you needn't.

You could stick some fruit juice in there, you could have some Iron Bru, you could even fill it up with some refreshing H20 if that's the vibe you're after.

The possibilities are endless. No bottles needed.

The wine cooler bag will be dropping into Lidl's middle aisle from next week. The innovative purchase will come after the annual (and notable) celebration of National Wine Day on Monday, May 25.

Unsurprisingly, lockdown has encouraged us Irish to enjoy our fair share of wines while we all sit in our homes, do Zoom quizzes, and lament the days of actually socialising.

Those times are long gone, but the days of enjoying wines are not, as Lidl's top selling wines of the lockdown would suggest.

First up there's the Cimarosa New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc (€8.49), a wine that boasts an impressive two million glasses drank across the country every year.

For the red lovers, Winemakers Selection Fairtrade Paarl Shiraz (€8.99) comes out on top, and with its oaky aromas and rich fruity taste it's hardly all that surprising.

Elsewhere, people have been hopping off Prosecco - specifically Lidl's Sparkling Allinni Prosecco Spumante (€7.99), which is really just about as reasonable as you're going to get for a Prosecco these days.

But if any (or all) of the above aren't tickling your fancy, the Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie Rosé (€5.99) has also been selling up a storm over these past few months. Of course it has. Six quid, like.

Lidl's wine cooler bags will be available to buy in store from Thursday, May 28 for €29.99 while stocks last.