Cadbury Set To Release Caramilk Twirl In Australia
Everyone's favourite choccy brand Cadbury is getting ready to release a new bar in Australia - the Caramilk Twirl.
It looks unreal and forget all that 'summer bodies are made in winter s***' - these are the future by the looks of things.
So basically, the team has combined the flavours of Cadbury Caramilk with your usual Twirl bar - and the result have got everyone drooling at the thought of it.
It all began when a photo of the new product supposedly surfaced on social media, with fans sent into meltdown - understandably.
Sadly for the rest of the world - the new product will only be available in Australia at present.
Although it's not quite clear exactly when the coveted chocolate bar is set to hit stores, a spokesperson for the chocolate company replied to a fan on Facebook, saying: "Cadbury Caramilk has been incredibly popular that we've been looking at a number of new options for limited edition products in never-before-seen formats.
"In the meantime, you can look forward to a Cadbury Caramilk product in an entirely new format - stay tuned."
On Friday, a shopper shared a picture of three Cadbury Caramilk Twirl chocolate bars, confirming the news they're 'real'.
This comes after some frustrated Australian shoppers reported the sought-after Cadbury Caramilk sold out at their local supermarket stores.
One shopper said: "I'm from Ballarat, Victoria. Been to a few supermarkets and turned up blank."
One lady commented: "I've been searching in Canberra and can't find it."
While someone else replied: "I've been to four supermarkets - Ipswich and outer west Brisbane - and can't find any."
Other chocolate fans shared pictures of empty shelves, with signs saying: "Sorry customers, this item is temporary unavailable."
Meanwhile, other shoppers reported finding endless amounts of Caramilk at their supermarket stores.
A Cadbury spokesperson said: "We're always looking for new ways for consumers to enjoy their favourite bar, wherever they live. We've got lots of exciting plans for the future, so stay tuned..."
So there we have it - with a bit of luck, the rest of us might soon have these wonders too.
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