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Allen's Has Launched A Bag Of Only Spearmint Leaves

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Allen's Has Launched A Bag Of Only Spearmint Leaves

Allen's Lollies are beloved and cherished by Australians all over the country. Everyone has their favourite; whether it's Sherbies, Snakes, Strawberries and Cream, Minties or anything else.

But this year Allen's has been releasing packets of fan favourites. We now have our latest creation: Spearmint Leaves.

Credit: Wallies Lollies
Credit: Wallies Lollies

While the green sweet can cause revulsion with some people and be left at the bottom of every Party Mix or bowl, it has a special place in the hearts of others.

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That's why the confectionary company decided to fill bags with Spearmint Leaves and Spearmint Leaves only.

Nestlé Head of Marketing Confectionery Joyce Tan said: "The team at Allen's is excited to bring back this minty-fresh lolly which was first made in the 1960s.

"The sweet treat was a fan favourite at our pop-up store a few years ago, so we wanted to continue making Aussies smile by bringing Spearmint Leaves back on to shelves."

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Credit: Allen's
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No doubt this will go down a treat for spearmint fans around the country. A packet will set you back $2.50 and can be found at Coles supermarkets.

The company has previously unveiled a packet containing only Black Cats, which was a massive hit.

The aniseed-flavoured lolly has an army of fans and Allen's couldn't help but throw them a bone.

They've been available at Woolworths stores since 4 March.

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Credit: Allen's Lollies
Credit: Allen's Lollies

Allen's also released two separate products where they chucked chocolate on top of two big fan favourites.

One was mini bananas and the other was mini raspberries, but coated in delicious chocolate. What's not to love?

To celebrate the launch of the chocolate coated bananas, Allen's decided to pour hot chocolate all over the Big Banana in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales.

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Nestlé Joyce Tan said: "Allen's is a proud Aussie brand many of us have grown up with, so when we decided to make our much-loved original bananas bite-sized and cover them in chocolate, there was only one way to mark the occasion."

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Topics: Food, News, Australia

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