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Morrisons is selling espresso martini cheesecakes and they sound delicious

MORRISONS is releasing a new dessert as part of its festive food range and it’s perfect for espresso martini fans.
The new mini cheesecakes sound delicious, with a digestive biscuit base topped with coffee cheesecake and vodka flavoured cream.
The mini boozy cheesecakes are made from coffee cheesecake and a vodka flavoured creamMorrisons
And for an extra special touch they come decorated with a dusting of cocoa power and gold coated coffee beans.
You’ll be able to find the boozy desserts in the frozen food aisle, where they come in a 2 pack for £1 – at 5op per cheesecake they’re an absolute bargain.
Each mini cheesecake contains 349 calories and 22g of sugar, over 70 per cent of daily recommend intake, so they’re definitely a once in a while treat.
Budget supermarket Aldi is also selling a boozy flavoured espresso martini ice cream. You can also find mince pie & brandy butter or gingerbread latte in the festive range, which costs just £2.49 for a tub.
And if you’re looking for more Christmas party food, Morrisons is also selling cheese churros.
The savoury treats are made from potato, a three-cheese sauce and Gouda cheese, accompanied by a chunky red pepper & tomato dip.



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You’ll have to wait if you want to get your hands on these though, as they only go on sale from December 12.
In the mean time, the supermarket is also selling its All Butter Deep Filled Mince Pies for £2.
These topped BBC Good Food’s blind taste test this year, beating posh rivals such as Marks & Spencer to the top spot.

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The top ten most effective celebrity ads ever that made billions in new sales for their brands

HIRING Harvey Keitel isn’t cheap – but adverts starring the Hollywood heavyweight are money well spent.
He tops industry mag Campaign’s table of the most effective celebrity ads ever . . . if not the best loved or most memorable. But they made billions in new sales for big brands. Dan Jones rounds up the top ten.
1. Johnnie Walker: Harvey Keitel/ Jenson Button
‘Keep Walking’ (2008) – Profit generated: £1.7billion
2. Tesco: Jane Horrocks/ Prunella Scales
‘Every Little Helps’ (1999) – Turnover up £9.4billion as Tesco overtook Sainsbury’sTesco
3. Morrisons: Diarmuid Gavin
‘Let’s Grow’ (2009) – Generated £21.57 for every £1 spentImage Courtesy of The Advertising Archives
4. BT: Bob Hoskins
‘It’s Good To Talk’ (1995) – Generated extra £297million in salesAdvertising Archive
5. Travelocity: Alan Whicker
‘Hello, World’ (2005) – Increased sales by 135% and market share by 44%check copyright
6. Marks & Spencer: Twiggy
‘Your M&S’ (2006) – Sales up by 9.1% after decline of 1.4% in the previous quarterPA:Press Association
7. Walkers: Gary Lineker
‘Make A Nice Guy Nasty’ (2002) – Sales up 105%, market share up from 21% to 27%Pacemaker Press

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8. Snickers: Rowan Atkinson
‘You’re Not You When You’re Hungry’  (2016) – Sales up £53.5million
9. Direct Line: Harvey Keitel
The Winston Wolf character (2016) – Made £1.22 profit for every £1 spent
10. HMRC: Adam Hart-Davis
Advertising Archive ‘Tax Doesn’t Have To Be Taxing’ (2005) – Generated tax savings of £185milion[/caption]

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