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OAK Unveil Three New Lolly-Inspired Flavoured Milks

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OAK Unveil Three New Lolly-Inspired Flavoured Milks

OAK really changed up the game last year when it debuted its Redskin, Jaffa and Chokito flavoured milks.

It was controversial purely because they're lollies that you would never think about recreating in delicious, creamy milk form. But some people were definitely here for it.

That was child's play compared to what the company has just unveiled.

Allen's Lollies and Nestle have come together once again to introduce Fantales, Pineapples and Peppermint Crisp flavoured milks.

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Credit: Allen's/Nestle
Credit: Allen's/Nestle

We know these names well thanks to Allen's Lollies and Nestle, but how will they stack up when they reimagined in milk form?

If you're not familiar with any of these classic and iconic lollies then let us break it down for you.

Fantales is essentially just chewy caramel that has been dipped in milk chocolate and the wrapper is chock-full of interesting facts.

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Pineapples does what it says on the tin: it creates a delicious pineapple taste in your mouth. How that will go with milk is very debatable.

Finally, Peppermint Crisps is a delicious peppermint cracknel that's covered in milk chocolate.

Credit: OAK
Credit: OAK

They're all pretty simple but it seems like they're good enough for OAK.

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You'll be able to grab them from Woolworths stores for a little more than $2.65 (reduced from $3.05) for 600ml. Incredibly, they're selling litre versions of these bad boys for just $4.42.

If you want to just stick to the lollies then you might be delighted to know that Allen's has been slowly producing single lolly packets for the masses.

The latest manifestation of that is Spearmint Leaves.

Credit: Allen's
Credit: Allen's
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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.

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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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.

Featured Image Credit: Nestle/OAK

Topics: Food, News, Australia

Stewart Perrie
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