McVitie’s Unveils New Biscuit Range And There's A Blood Orange Flavour
McVitie's has launched a new 'VIB' (very important biscuits, obv) selection of its infamous chocolate digestives - and we've got our eye on the blood orange flavour.
The biscuit brand is launching three new luxurious offerings - Classic Caramel Bliss, Heavenly Chocolate Hazelnut and Luscious Blood Orange - and we're drooling just looking at them.
They'll be available to buy in Asda in a matter of days - and they really cannot come soon enough. Just look at them in all their delicious, biscuity glory...
Each biscuit features the crumbly digestive we know and love, topped with a generous layer of chewy caramel and finished with a thick coating of chocolate.
We're expecting big things from the chocolatey delights, especially since McVitie's promise snackers will be left "sitting in silence, eyes closed and lost for words".
Added to that, the biscuit brand describe them as having "an astounding flavour and incredible texture combining to form the pinnacle of [their] biscuit portfolio."
I mean, sounds like the biscuit of all biscuits, but we'll happily sample each flavour just to be sure.
The VIBs are available for £1.79 per pack and will hit the shelves in Asda from 12th July. Meanwhile, other major retailers will be stocking the deluxe biscuits from the end of August.
Looks like we'll be making a trip to Asda as a matter of urgency on the 12th.
In other very important biscuit news, one woman has discovered how to make Biscoff cookies with an oozing Biscoff centre - and we are lost for words.
Keen baker Sophie Bullimore shared an image of the heavenly snacks, and told Tyla: "I have been busy creating different variations of my favourite cookies at the minute and after revisiting my soft baked Costa inspired hazelnut caramel stuffed cookie recipe, I thought why not attempt those with the epic Biscoff spread and a few attempts later, here we are.
"The cookies are soft baked and are packed with a melted Biscoff filling - perfect for when you want a levelled up biscuit."
You can find the full recipe to make the biscuits yourself here.
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