You Can Now Get Lindt Chocolate Spread At Asda
The tasty treat is hitting the shelves in both hazelnut and dark chocolate flavours which will rival the likes of Nutella, Maltesers and Cadbury. We'll take 50 of each to start with.
According to Lindt Master Chocolatier Thomas Schnetzler, the Lindt hazelnut chocolate spread is made with 25 percent roasted hazelnuts 'which is more generous than many other spreads'. In comparison, Nutella is only 13 percent hazelnut so Thomas ain't telling us fibs.
He added that the extra hazelnut adds an 'incredible flavour' which, mixed with cocoa, creates the 'perfect blend'.
It looks like the dark chocolate version shouldn't be overlooked either as it's been described as a 'luxurious creation of the finest cocoa'.
The 200g tubs will set us back £4.50 and are available on Asda's website and in select stores.
The chocolate spread has been in Europe for a while, but the UK hasn't stocked it in any supermarkets.
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It seems people haven't been left disappointed either. Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "Lindt chocolate spread... is everything you ever dreamed chocolate spread could be."
Another added: "Just ate an entire jar of @Lindt chocolate spread it's soooo good... and no I don't feel guilty," while a third said: "Sorry #Nutella but this does taste better."
Alongside your tubs of spread, you could get your hands on a huge sharing tin of chocolate truffles. Anything to get us through these next few months, right?
For the first time ever, Lindt is popping 32 individually wrapped Lindor truffles into a massive tin for us to share with family - perfect to distract us from the fact that summer's over, and the realisation that we must accept the dark, cold evenings on the sofa that will be our new normal.
Brand new for Christmas 2020, the 400g Lindor Sharing Tin features chocolate truffles in six flavours: classic milk, white and extra dark, as well as milk and white, hazelnut and the brand new salted caramel.
Available at Tesco, Sainsbury's and Lindt stores (online and retail), they're priced at £15 each - though you might be able to snap them up in some stores for a promotional price of £10, dependent on each retailer.
As a heads-up, we've spotted that the tins are currently available on the Tesco website for the introductory offer of £10.
Thank us later.
Featured Image Credit: Asda