Opt for something with a touch more opulence with Aldi’s Specially Selected Premium Red Rose in Vase, £3.50.This gorgeous ever red rose is stored inside a glass vase with a hanging red heart, a true display of love and passion.

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Make your sweetheart feel extra special this Valentine’s Day with something new and different this year.

Aldi’s 24 Stems Top Secret Indian Rose, £10.00 offers a twist on your classic rose bouquet, with a lighter more intimate selection of Indian roses.

With Pancake Day Specialbuys landing in store from Thursday 8 February, what could be ‘batter’?

· For something adventurous and decadent, try Aldi’s Chocolate & Hazelnut Crepes, which cost only £0.85 for a pack of six.

But hurry, as with all Specialbuys, one they’re gone, they’re gone!

-ENDS- For more information, please contact the Aldi Consumer Press Office on: T: 020 7025 6611 or E: [email protected] with 12 rhodos red roses, this bouquet offers luxury looking roses at a fraction of the price.A dozen red roses is a classic Valentine’s gift that never goes out of style.Or if you’re feeling extra romantic, add one of Aldi’s new Valentine’s Balloon Picks, 0.99p or Aldi’s Valentine’s Decorative Picks, £2.09 to your beautiful bouquet of flowers, for a keepsake Valentine’s treasure.Aldi’s Valentine’s Flowers are available in-store from on Sunday 4 February, but hurry as with all Specialbuys once they’re gone, they’re gone!Julie Ashfield, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi, comments: "We’re dedicated to sourcing a range of products that suit all tastes and budgets and we are expecting the Prosecco Del Poggio to be a hit with those looking to add a pop to their Valentine’s Day, for less than £5."The only globally recognised certification for cosmetics, personal care and household cleaning products, the Leaping Bunny is awarded when a genuine commitment to no animal testing is demonstrated by a company.