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You Can Now Get Orange Flavour Maltesers Biscuits

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You Can Now Get Orange Flavour Maltesers Biscuits

If you love biscuits, orange chocolate and Maltesers then we've got some very exciting news for you.

Following the success of its orange flavoured bunnies, Mars has introduced the delicious-sounding Orange Maltesers Biscuits.

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Credit: Maltesers

Each biscuit, which looks like the perfect morning cuppa companion, features three tangy orange, malty bobbles, smothered in smooth milk chocolate

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Yes, we're drooling too.

Mars later confirmed the zesty orange treats are going ahead. Even better - we don't have to wait!

The sweet snacks will be available in Tesco from 25 April and will cost £1.49 per 110g pack containing ten biscuits.

We have no doubt the latest addition to the Maltesers biscuit range will go down well with chocolate fans.

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Credit: Maltesers

This was certainly the case with the company's entry into the biscuit realm back in January 2020, receiving glowing reviews for its introductory product.

Fast forward to September and we were treated to Mint Maltesers Biscuits, aka the perfect snack for elevenses.

Retailing at £1.49, there are 10 delicious minty biscuits in each pack, plenty to share with friends and family, or just to keep for yourself.

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The news of its latest orange variety follows the recent launch of Maltesers' delicious orange bunnies, which were released just in time for Easter.

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Credit: Maltesers

Individually wrapped and filled with a creamy and crunchy centre, the OG Maltesers bunny is the third most popular treat during the springtime season.

Every Maltesers lover knows just how moreish those tasty bunnies can be, so it's no surprise the zesty variant was a hit with the fans.

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That is, the lucky ones who managed to get their hands on them - as one of the most coveted treats this year, they're currently all sold out on the Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's online stores.

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Credit: Maltesers

But if you really want to give them a try (or stock up), you can buy the bunnies in bulk on sites like Amazon and eBay in packs of eight and 32.

At £9.99 and £15 respectively, you'll have to fork out a little more - but, let's face it, they're totally worth it.

Featured Image Credit: Maltesers

Topics: Food, Maltesers, Chocolate

Daisy Phillipson
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