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Krispy Kreme Has Released Two Caramilk Donuts In Australia

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Krispy Kreme Has Released Two Caramilk Donuts In Australia

Krispy Kreme has dropped the mother load on Aussies and it comes in the form of Caramilk chocolate.

The donut legends have teamed up with Cadbury to drop not one but two new offerings that include the iconic caramelised choccy.

From today (September 28), you'll be able to buy a Caramilk Shell, which features signature shell-filled crème, dipped in Caramilk chocolate and covered in Caramilk flakes.

Shoppers will also be able to buy the Caramilk Ring, which is an Original Glazed doughnut, dipped in Caramilk chocolate, sprinkled in Caramilk flakes and finished with a decadent white truffle drizzle.

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To be honest, it's hard to choose between the two.

Credit: Supplied
Credit: Supplied

Krispy Kreme Australia's Market Director, Olivia Sutherland, said: "The Cadbury Caramilk craze didn't go unnoticed here at Krispy Kreme, so we knew we had to give Aussies the chance to taste the two iconic flavours brought together in our delicious doughnuts!

"No one can resist Caramilk, and we love coming up with new flavours for our fans which we're sure will be an irresistibly tasty new addition to the range."

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7-Eleven Head of Food, Emma Metcalf-King, said they are anticipating a hell of a lot of hungry customers from today.

"We love providing our customers with innovation, and we are so excited about this exclusive launch of Krispy Kreme Cadbury Caramilk at 7-Eleven!" she said.

"Caramilk is one of our customers favourite flavours so we cannot wait to bring these amazing products to life instore - they are irresistibly delicious!"

Krispy Kreme has ordered a casual 16 tonnes of Caramilk chocolate from Cadbury so that they can keep up with the expected demand for these incredible donuts.

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They will be available to buy and devour at 700 7-Eleven stores around Australia, but they're only here for a limited time.

Both donuts will only set you back $3.75 each, so get them while they're here because once they're gone, they're gone.

They've ordered 16 tonnes of Caramilk chocolate to keep up with the expected demand.

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Topics: Australia

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