ASDA is selling a ready-to-eat, four-layered Guinness cake for just £11 – and it even looks like a pint of the frothy stout.
The new treat contains four layers of Guinness chocolate cake, sandwiched together with a Guinness chocolate frosting, and topped with cream cheese frosting.
The moist sponge is made of rich chocolate, and the creamy topping is designed to look like the froth on a pint.
The cakes contain real alcohol, but because it's such a low content you won't need your I.D. to buy one.
Each cake contains 10 servings at 318 calories per slice, and it's the only pre-made Guinness cake we could find being sold at major retailers.
The cake will be appearing in Asda supermarkets across the UK from Tuesday, October 15.
There are hundreds of stores across the UK and you can find your nearest using Asda's store locator tool.
At the moment, the cake isn't available online, but we've asked Asda whether it will be and we will update this story when we know more.
Although you can only get the cake in Asda from next Tuesday, Finsbury Food Group, which makes the cake, says that it is hoping to roll it out to other supermarkets by the end of the year.
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