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Biscoff addicts, get ready! Lotus is launching a brand new range of sandwich cookies in the UK this week, and they're going to be your new obsession.
The cult coffee accompaniment has had a new lease of life in recent years, with its distinctive caramel flavour being made into an ice cream, grab 'n' go pots and, of course, it's oh so moreish spreads and sauces.
But its new filled cookies could now be set to rival the likes of Oreo, comprising of two tasty Biscoff cookies sandwiched with a variation of fillings between them.
There will be three versions of the filled sandwich cookie: one stuffed with Biscoff spread, one with creamy vanilla and another with tasty milk chocolate.
In a statement, Biscoff told Tyla: "The new Sandwich biscuit is the ultimate taste sensation that is sure to go down in biscuit history. The Lotus Biscoff Cream has the same unique, unmatched flavour and satisfying crunch of the Lotus Biscoff biscuit, but is circular in shape and packed with a delicious layer of Lotus Biscoff cream.
"However, it doesn't stop there! These Biscoff sandwich delights are also available with a Milk Chocolate or Vanilla cream filling, meaning that Lotus Biscoff lovers are spoilt for choice when it comes to the tasty new creation."
The biscuits have already launched in Belgium (where they originated), but are now landing in France and the UK.
Biscoff first teased its new cookies at the end of last year, revealing that it was "working very hard on product innovation," with the view to launch the product range as soon as it was ready.
The 150g packs have a suggested retail price of £1.39, although this will vary slightly from store to store.
They come stuffed with 15 individual biscuits. But be warned... it'll be a challenge not to eat them all in one go!
If you want to get your hands on these scrumptious sandwich biscuits (alongside your essentials, obvs), they are set to launch in Tesco stores this week, before rolling out into all other major retailers after that.
Anyone else just found their new isolation snack? We're off to empty Tesco's shelves...
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