Aldi has recreated Prince William's favourite cocktail for his 30th birthday!
The supermarket is sending the royal birthday boy all the ingredients to make their version of the Mahiki Treasure Chest drink, served at the high-end London bar Mahiki - a drink that serves eight people and costs about $200 Australian dollars.
Named the "Aldiki", the drink was created by Expert mixologist and cocktail guru Michael Stringer, who also created a video on how to make the drink.
He said of his version: "Mahiki’s Treasure Chest is deservedly a world-famous drink, but for anyone on a tighter budget, the Aldiki is a great alternative," the Daily Mail reported.
(Serves 8)Pour several handfuls of ice cubes into your treasure chest or punch bowl
Add 800ml apple juice, 800ml pineapple juice, 250ml orange juice, and stir
Squeeze in the juice of 4 fresh limes
Make up your sugar syrup by dissolving 6 tablespoons of caster sugar in 200ml boiling water. Leave to cool before
adding to the cocktail mix
Add the following award-winning Aldi spirits to the blend:
400ml Old Hopking White Rum
600ml Old Hopking Dark Rum
200ml Cocobay White Rum & Coconut
200ml Oscar’s Peach Schnapps
250ml Napoleon Brandy
Top with a bottle of chilled Veuve Olivier Sparkling Brut sparkling wine
Stir to blend and add more ice cubes if desired
Finally, add a selection of chopped fresh fruit (eg. pineapple, lemon, orange and passion fruit) to garnish