Chilled coffee start-up Jimmy’s Iced Coffee is launching a limited-edition gingerbread variant this autumn.

The product (rsp: £1.79) will go into Selfridges and independent cafés and delis in October, with Waitrose, Budgens and Ocado following in November.

Jimmy’s Iced Coffee markets itself as the only chilled RTD coffee drink made with British milk. A 330ml carton contains 148 calories.

The launch is the latest example of chilled milk drink suppliers bringing coffee shop trends to supermarkets. Earlier this month, Dairy Crest launched a caramel latte under its Frijj The Incredible brand, while Emmi added a flat white variant to its Caffè Latte range in March.