We all bloody love Milka. Once just the stuff that your nan brought you back from the airport, it's now readily available in shops everywhere, which means we're all absolutely hooked.
Its signature creamy texture is beloved by many, but as the balmy weather picks up, smooth, creamy chocolate isn't exactly the thing that springs to mind with increasing warmth. That sounds messy.
Instead, we're after something a little cooler to stave off the heat... GOOD JOB THAT MILKA HAVE SOME ICE CREAMS FOR US THEN, EH?
Yes, luckily for us, Milka's one-of-a-kind milky goodness is now available in a tasty frozen formation. With three types to choose from - a Grandissimo tub, Milka chocolate-vanilla ice cream and a King Milka ice cream on a stick - we won't be stuck for choice.
The Grandissimo Milka ice cream contains three of our favourite variations of the chocolate bar: white chocolate, regular and Milka's hazelnut flavour. Topped off with milk chocolate sauce and a smattering of Milka milk chocolate chips, this is perfect for sharing or for being a greedy bastard and eating alone. We won't judge.
Then there's also the King Milka, which boasts a winning combo of nougat sauce, double chocolate and a tasty cookie crunch. Yep, into that.
As well as those, you can try the tasty Milka chocolate-vanilla ice cream, which is available from Tesco and sounds, frankly, absolutely perfect.
If you can handle a non-frozen treat this summer, you can also get your milk chocolate fix with some Milka chocolate fingers. We know.
These choco sticks have been quietly sitting under our radar, meaning all this time we had no idea that they were a thing. While they're not currently available in UK supermarkets, you can hunt some down online if you're savvy enough. We've also spotted that in some countries they're actually known as Milka Lila Stix, so keep those eyes peeled for regional variations.
You never know, maybe if we hassle the manufacturers enough for a worldwide release, we might just get lucky.
Milka is owned by Mondelez International, the same company that owns Cadbury (the home of the almight Cadbury's Chocolate Fingers, obviously), meaning it was only really a matter of time before the two worlds collided to create the new tempting treat.
In fact, the company owns pretty much every chocolate brand worth knowing, including the likes of Oreo, Toblerone, Lu, Mikado and others.
More of these tasty chocolate collabs, please, confectioners of the world... preferably ice cream-based, in time for summer. That would be grand, ta.