Good news if you've vowed to stay sober during Christmas. Prosecco-flavoured teabags are here to save us from hangover hell this party season.
The new creation comes from supermarket chain Aldi, which has launched a range of festive-inspired non-alcoholic teas online and in stores this December, reports Refinery 29.
As well as being booze-free, the Prosecco Festive Infusion Tea is also decaffeinated and even better, it's much cheaper than buying a bottle of the real thing. A pack of 15 teabags is on sale for £1.89 and if you don't fancy Prosecco, there's also a Mulled Wine Infusion to try.
Following the news that Brits consumed 40 million litres of bubbles in 2015, it's no surprise to hear both flavours have sold out online, although according to Aldi, the teabags are still available in stores.
This isn't the first time a supermarket has attempted to feed the nation's love of fizz, either. Marks & Spencer launched Winter Berries and Prosecco crisps last Christmas, while Tesco opted for Prosecco and Elderberry flavour. You can even indulge in Prosecco mince pies. What better way to get in the festive spirit than boozy, headache-free, food?