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Baileys hot chocolate bombes return for Christmas


Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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Everyone likes a cheeky Baileys over Christmas, right? But these days, the possibilities range much further than creme liqueur over ice.

With everything from tiramisu Baileys to Baileys ice cream and little baubles filled with the stuff, the boozy range has had quite an expansion in recent years.

And this year, they’re bringing back one of the most popular additions – the Baileys Hot Chocolate Bombe.

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Baileys has brought back its hot chocolate bombes (Credit: Baileys)

If you haven’t tried Baileys hot chocolate bombes before, they’ve been around for a couple of years now, and they’re always a massive hit. 

Their outer shells are made with velvety dark chocolate flavoured with Baileys, and the bombes are filled of fluffy mini marshmallows.

To turn the bombes into hot chocolate, as if by magic, simply pour hot milk over the bombe and watch it dissolve into delicious, frothy goodness.

A three pack, which weighs 130g, can currently be bought for £6 from B&M stores. 

You can get the same product in Matalan stores for £7, and if you have no luck sourcing them in either of those, you can head to Amazon where they’re also for sale – although at double the price.

Given the variance in prices, you might wanna shop around to get the best boozy bargain possible!

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Anyone for a Baileys hot chocolate? (Credit: Baileys)

In other Baileys news, did you know you could even get scented candles that smell of the stuff on Etsy, too?!

Yup, a thrifty Etsy vendor has made the 700ml soy wax candle’s container out of an up-cycled Baileys bottle, and it comes scented with actual Irish creme liqueur.

Dreamy, right?

A candle costs £20 and is fragranced with real Irish creme to make your whole house smell like Christmas whenever you want.

You can read more about that here.

Featured image: Getty/ Baileys

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