You can get mini Baileys baubles to hang on your Christmas tree

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It’s almost time to grab yourself a Christmas tree and get decorating.

But before you go any further, we’ve discovered a bauble that you need in your life if you’re a fan of a certain Irish creme liqueur…

Yup, it turns out you can buy mini bottles of Baileys to hang on your tree.

The best part is they have real Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur inside them, so you can pluck one of the 5cl bottles off a branch and neck it back whenever you wish. It is Christmas, after all!

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Anyone for a Baileys bauble? (Credit: The Bottle Club/That’s The Spirit)

Available from online alcohol retailer, The Bottle Club, the mini Baileys bottles make incredible Christmas presents, stocking fillers or Secret Santa gifts, too.

A pack of six will only set you back £11.99, and come from boozy gifting company, That’s The Spirit.

If you’re not a Baileys fan, the fun doesn’t stop there. The company also sell six mixed mini bottles of Ciroc vodka (£24.99) in original, red berry and pineapple flavours.

You can also stock up on six Gordon’s pink gin bottles for £16.99, if you’re that way inclined.

Better still, why not cover your Christmas tree in all three offerings, so you have an unlimited booze supply in the run-up to Christmas?!

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Grab a creme liqueur straight off the Christmas tree (Credit: Baileys)

In other booze news, Aldi has released a chocolate orange creme liqueur in time for Christmas, and it tastes exactly like Terry’s Chocolate Orange. Drool.

From the supermarket’s own alcohol brand, Ballycastle, the Chocolate and Clementine Liqueur costs just £7.49 for a 70cl bottle, and is flavoured like everyone’s favourite stocking filler, with rich, creamy notes of chocolate and sweet and festive clementines complimenting each other, perfectly.

The drink was a massive hit last year, flying off shelves over the run-up to the holidays. It’s limited edition, and only available over the festive season, so if you want to give it a try then we’d suggest grabbing it now.

Fancy stocking up for when your Baileys baubles run out? You can read more about that, here.