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Lindt Hazelnut And Dark Chocolate Spreads Are Coming To Australia

Lindt Hazelnut And Dark Chocolate Spreads Are Coming To Australia

After selling out in the UK, internationally renowned chocolatier Lindt has decided to bring its famed hazelnut spread to Australia.

Yes - you read that right. You will soon be able to spread that stuff thick across your morning toast or even just spoon it straight into your mouth.

If you've never experienced this before, the company describes it as 'real Lindt chocolate combined with hazelnut' which 'enables you to create a delightful dessert or snack with a full and intense flavour'.

Credit: Lindt
Credit: Lindt
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Lindt Master Chocolatier (sounds like the best job ever) Thomas Schnetzler said: "We're so excited to bring our new Lindt spreads to Australia. Now everyone can enjoy our delicious chocolate in a spreadable form as a perfect treat.

"Our Lindt Hazelnut Spread is made with 25 per cent roasted hazelnuts which is more generous than many other spreads. This generosity adds to the incredible flavour when the hazelnuts are combined with the cocoa creating the perfect blend."

Now, you're probably thinking 'this isn't big news because I already have Nutella'. While that spread might have existed on our shelves for years, Lindt is different.

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The cream, as Lindt likes to call it, has a lot more hazelnut in each jar compared to Nutella. Lindt's beautiful spread is made up of 25 per cent hazelnuts, compared to Nutella's 13 per cent, according to Bustle.

So if you like your hazelnut then you are going to die for this.

There is a version in the UK that has a whopping 40 per cent hazelnut, which would be a lotta nuts.

But if you're more environmentally focused then Lindt's jar will leave you feeling a little better as it contains cocoa butter instead of palm oil.

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In addition to the hazelnut spread, which will hit stores next month, the company will also be releasing a dark chocolate one in May, which just sounds like heaven.

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Topics: Food, News, Australia

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