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New Bounty Biscuits have been launched!

We’ve seen many exciting chocolate products drop recently such as; pineapple jaffa cakes, mint maltesers and even heinz chococlate! And now, Bounty has released a biscuit representing their classic chocolate, that has a ‘secret centre’ filled with coconut flavoured cream.

Bounty Biscuits

Bounty Secret Centre Biscuits are currently being sold in Aldi stores for just 89p!

The response from social media is very mixed as it is no secret that this is a controversial treat. With one person saying “Next please” and others not sounding too impressed either.

However, there are happy customers with one saying ” I got them, ate the whole packet in one sitting…..Miss Piggy has nothing on me when it comes to Bounty.” People have also been tagging friends in bounty biscuit posts and sharing their positive feedback.

This new product is bound to raise different opinions as the chocolate is commonly known as the one that gets left at the bottom of the celebrations box! Regardless, we and many others are excited to try this new biscuit and can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

Will you be buying this new biscuit?

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Biscoff Ice Cream Tubs and Sticks found in Morrisons

Happy customers have recently spotted a new product in their local Morrisons shops – Biscoff ice cream! A spin on the classic biscuit spread has hit the UK and we cannot contain our excitement.

Biscoff Ice cream tubs

Just in time for the warm weather, the 460ml tubs are being sold in-store and online at Morrisons for £3.80 which is pretty decent for such a unique product!

There are currently four flavours of the Biscoff ice cream tubs which include;

  • Original
  • Blueberry cheesecake
  • Chocolate brownie
  • Belgian chocolate chips

Morrisons have described the ice cream as: “a masterpiece of dairy ice cream paired with crunchy Lotus Biscoff biscuits and smooth Biscoff Spread. A delicious taste sensation that won’t leave you cold!”

Biscoff ice cream sticks

Alongside these new tubs, ice cream sticks have also been launched costing £3.88 for a pack of 3. These are vanilla ice cream with biscoff pieces and swirls of the cookie butter spread, smothered in a milk chocolate case. This literally couldn’t be better!

Be sure to tag us on social media when you spot these incredible treats!

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Hot Cross Buns Tea

New Hot Cross Buns Tea available in Sainsburys!

This Easter, Sainsburys has brought out a new, festive product for the lovers of hot cross buns. Combining the sweet treat and a cosy classic they have created a flavoured tea to resemble the taste of these sticky buns.

hot cross buns with tea

You can buy this flavoured tea now, in most Sainsburys UK shops and online for just £1. What a bargain for such a unique product!

This product is unfortunately likely to be limited edition, as it is an Easter special after all! Therefore, we would recommend getting your hands on this as soon as possible and to stock up – just in case.

It’s not your usual black tea, this is actually a rooibos tea which has a lighter flavour than black tea – with no caffeine and low tannins. This tea also has the below flavours included to help recreate the hot cross bun flavours:

  • Apple
  • Cassia
  • Orange
  • Elderberries
  • Lemon Peel
  • Chicory Root

If flavoured tea isn’t your thing, Sainsburys have also got regular packets of hot cross buns on sale now also priced at £1 for a packet of 6 buns.

Let us know when you get a chance to try this tea – maybe even alongside a Biscuit Baron biscuit!

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Cadbury is releasing new dark chocolate bars in UK supermarkets this March!

Cadbury is releasing new dark chocolate bars in UK supermarkets this March!

We have good news for dark chocolate fans this March as Cadbury is blessing our supermarkets with their latest release. It is confirmed that the famous chocolate brand is launching its first ever Darkmilk Chocolate Giant Buttons and Darkmilk with Crunchy Cocoa Pieces bar.

Cadbury dark chocolate

These two newest products are bound to be a success as fans are already excited to get their hands on them. Plus, with the festivities of Easter looming, we are sure to expect these to be the perfect gifts for dark chocolate lovers!

These are described as ‘intense yet delicate and delicious.’ The Cadbury Darkmilk with Crunchy Cocoa Pieces bar contains cocoa nibs giving an extra crunch and ideal for those who enjoy rich chocolate flavours with more texture.

In addition to this, it has been announced that Cadbury Darkmilk with Crunchy Cocoa Pieces will be available in a tablet format which is perfect for an after dinner dessert.

Regarding this, Pippa Rodgers – the brand manager for Cadbury Darkmilk stated: “The new additions to the Cadbury Darkmilk range will excite lovers of intense, rich and chocolatey flavours.”

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Salted Caramel Twix Bars Released – After high demand from customers!

After a long wait, a new version of the original chocolate that we all know and love is here. Hopeful chocolate fans have been tweeting the creators of Twix for months. The people wanted a salted caramel version of their favourite bar, and they got it!

Salted Caramel Twix

The bar is very similar to the original, the only difference is the normal caramel sitting between the biscuit and milk chocolate will be replaced with salted caramel. A new twist to answer the much-needed demands of chocolate-lovers on social media.

Salted caramel alternatives of Kit Kat Chunky and M&Ms already exist, meaning the Twix was obviously next in line to join the trend.

The new bars have been found on sale in Co-op stores by customers, but are only available to buy in the ‘xtra’ version which cost £1 rather than the usual 60p. However, due to the bigger size, it’s a price we can afford to pay!

To make news even better, The Sun has also stated that the new version even comes in at fewer calories than the normal size pack at just 224.

The social media fans who were a key part in bringing this idea to life will be more than pleased. One said: “When will salted caramel Twix be available in the UK, I NEED to know!”

A second also argued: “OK living in a world without salted caramel Twix sucks. @Twix respond or I’ll commit an unspeakable horror.”

These bars are available in most Co-op stores in the UK from here on. Let us know when you get a chance to grab one!

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Maltesers launch New Mint Ice Cream!

Calling all Maltesers fans, we have a new treat to taste! Available at Asda today, the new mint ice cream has launched and customers are loving it. Coated in milk chocolate and filled with crisp, cocoa-coated honeycomb pieces, this sounds like the perfect combination for any chocolate fan.

Maltesers Mint Ice Cream
Priced at just £2.25 per box, we can be assured that this will be worthwhile purchase!

Maltesers are known for launching exciting new products such as buttons, truffles and the Easter bunny bar. However, this ice cream is definitely a new favourite with fans going mad for it. People on social media had very positive feedback such as;

  • “Out of everything Maltesers has made I need this in my life.”
  • “This year is getting better and better but my waist line is getting bigger and bigger.”
  • “Filling the freezer with these.”

Alongside this product, Maltesers are also bringing out mint chocolate buttons to match. After the success of the 2018 launch of the milk buttons – they decided to take this one step further and add a mint flavour. When launched on the 9th of March, you’ll be able to get small 32g bags for 66p, 68g treat bags for £1.19 or 102g bags for £2.09 across the UK.

What do you think about these minty flavours? We are so excited to test them out!

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Heinz Beans – Valentines Day Ketchup & Chocolate Truffles

This Valentines Day, Fortnum & Mason have partnered with Heinz to create a crazy new product. Mixing tomato sauce and chocolate, they have certainly done the unexpected!

The boxes can be bought online and are priced at £19.95 from the 30th of January

Made completely by hand, these 9 truffles come in limited edition heart-shaped packaging to add a classy touch. The box includes milk, white and dark flavoured truffles containing chocolate mixed in with Heinz tomato sauce. This is the strange treat that we never knew we needed!

The idea behind these truffles is that chocolates and ketchup are two of the UK’s most loved food. Therefore, the companies decided to combine them both to create the tastiest product possible.

Heinz have stated that: the tangy tomato flavour from the ketchup bursts through the silky creamy rich ganache with a sweet finish.

The perfect gift for the Heinz tomato sauce lover in your life!

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The History of Fortune Cookies

As fortune cookies featured in our Chinese New Year box last month, we wanted to give you more information about these cookies and the history behind them. You may only know these cookies from your local Chinese takeaway or supermarket but there is more to learn about them than you think!

The famous cookie’s origin is unknown, however it is said to have first came amount in San Francisco, America. Nobody knows who invented the iconic fortune cookie idea. Although certain people such as David Jung and Seiichi Koto claim to have created them – it is not known for sure.

The fortune cookies were named as ‘fortune tea cakes’ until World War 2. The ‘tea cake’ brand can relate back to the cookie’s Japanese history as these were traditionally consumed with tea. Unexpectedly, they didn’t come to China until 1989 and were commonly known for being ‘American cookies.’

Each year, 3 billion fortune cookies are made. The largest manufacturer is located in NYC by Wonton Food Inc who produce around 4.5 million cookies per day. They start as round cookies and are folded round the paper fortune whilst they are still soft. Here is a video to show exactly how they are made in bulk.

The vice president of Wonton Food writes most fortunes and has a database and limited number for each. This company has around 15,000 fortunes sent in the biscuits to ensure there is variety and aren’t the same.

We hope you have learned more about background of fortune cookies and enjoyed them in your box last month!

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Pineapple Jaffa Cakes in the UK!

The classic treat that we all know and love has now been launched in an interesting new flavour. Instead of the iconic orange filling, a pineapple alternative of Jaffa Cake is available and customers are loving it.

The new and bright packaging stands out on shelves, which will attract shoppers wanting to try something different. This is limited edition and customers are rushing to get their hands on them before they sell out.

Alongside this, there are also strawberry and lemon and lime flavoured Jaffa Cakes – all priced at only £1 for a pack of 10. These can be found in most Tesco, Asda and Morrison stores in-store and online.

Morrisons have also announced that a Jaffa doughnut will be sold in their stores and only at £1.50 for a pack of 3! Filled with chocolate and orange sauce, this sounds like a dream for Jaffa cake lovers.

Will you be trying this tangy, pineapple version? Let us know what you think!

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Exciting New App for Ordering Coffee in 2020

The mobile app ‘COFE’ is being described as the new ‘deliveroo’ but for coffee. The app claims to be an “online coffee marketplace” which allows people to pre-order their drinks from their local coffee shops or be delivered to them in select stores.

Mobile app for ordering coffee

The app is being launched in London very soon where it is bound to gain the most success due to demand. This helps busy workers get their daily coffee with ease and save a lot of time waiting for their drink to be made.

‘COFE’ is different from other pre-order services that are provided by companies such as Starbucks or Costa. This is because the app allows orders to be made from a variety of different cafes including boutique coffee shops. So far, almost 40 coffee shops have agreed to work with this app’s early trial in London.

In the UK, the average person buys three coffees each week – this adds up to around £300 per year. However, as Brits, if this helps fuel our day we won’t complain!

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