For a limited time only, customers at Aldi will be able to purchase Happy Farms’ ‘80s-inspired range, which includes references to the classic rock bands.
GN’R fans can pick up some ‘Sweet Cheddar Of Mine’, while those favouring Def Leppard can get their hands on some ‘Throw Some Gouda On Me’. The line also includes nods to Bonnie Tyler (‘Total Eclipse Of The Harvati’), Cyndi Lauper (‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fontina’), and Wham! (‘Wake Me Up Before You Goat Goat’).
Guns N’ Roses and Def Leppard cheeses headIng to supermarket chain Aldi's Happy Farms with nostalgia-themed packaging like "Sweet Cheddar of Mine" and "Pour Some Gouda on Me" cheese. pic.twitter.com/DPwHixLIaU
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The cheeses are limited edition and being stocked to coincide with the Grammys, which takes place on Sunday (February 10). They are on shelves in Aldi stores across the UK now.
Meanwhile, last year Guns N’ Roses teased some exciting news about new music, suggesting a new album could be on the way “faster than you think.” Guitarist Richard Fortus said in a radio interview in December the band were “going to try and do another record and get it out soon.”
His comments followed frontman Axl Rose hinting that something was in the works on stage at a gig in Hawaii. “We can’t do what’s next until we finish this, right?” he told the crowd. “Now that all that’s done, we can get on with things.”
Guns N’ Roses’ latest album ‘Chinese Democracy’ was released in 2008. It arrived 15 years after their last record, ‘The Spaghetti Incident?’, and became infamous for its scrapped sessions and constant delays.