Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Milkybar launches speculoos chocolate bar and it sounds insane

15/08/2023

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Article by Joanna Sarah-Freedman

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Milkybar is launching a new speculoos flavour, and it’s coming very soon.

Yup, Biscoff fans, listen up. You’ll soon be able to buy speculoos-flavoured Milkybars, with caramelised biscuit pieces stuffed within the popular white chocolate.

Yum.

The new chocolate bars were first seen on Insta page, @treatsinstore, and are gonna be dropping just in time for Christmas.

Reacting to the Insta post, it’s safe to say that people were excited.

“How stunning does this look?,” someone wrote, tagging a mate.

Whilst another wrote: “So good.”

“Yes please,” chimed in someone else.

We concur.

Nestle’s Galak Speculoos was previously available in the UK (Credit: Nestle)

Whilst the speculoos Milkybar is new to the UK, they have been available in the form of Nestlé’s European Galak Speculoss in B&M stores for a while now.

The new drop comes not long after the launch of Milkybar Gold, which was hugely popular when it landed, promising the brand’s standard white chocolate but with caramelised flavours.

We don’t have any official info about the launch of the new speculoos Milkybar, what its price-point will be or the official date of its drop, but we’ll be sure to let you know as soon as we get word from the Milkybar gods.

In other chocolate news, Cadbury recently released a new Caramilk crispy bar which sounds pretty epic, too.
cadbury chocolate bars

Caramilk and Darkmilk have new chocolate bars (Credit: Cadbury)

The Caramilk Crispy is made from blonde chocolate, and comes with a delicious crisped rice centre for added crunch.

It joins a Darkmilk bar (which is basically a richer, darker milk chocolate for those with sophisticated palates), which has a smooth hazelnut praline inside it.

The 85g bars cost £1.49 each, and are landing in all shops around the UK this month.

Featured image: Getty/ Nestlé

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