Terry’s brings out ANOTHER Chocolate Orange twist and fans say they need it | The Sun
FANS of Terry’s Chocolate Orange are going wild after the firm brought out a new variety.
The firm started by Joseph Terry brought out the first Chocolate Orange in 1932 and has been popular amongst people with a sweet tooth ever since.
Over the years, there have been a number of spin-offs of the choccy treat which is currently made by Carambar.
There’s been a bar, white eggs, Segsations and a mint-flavoured version as well as many others.
Last month, it brought back Segsations, but this time with a twist – But this time, they will be filled with an extra flavour – white chocolate orange segments.
Also in September, the chocolatier brought back its toffee crunch flavour.
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Now the chocolate masters have brought out Chocolate Orange Truffles.
According to the packaging it comes “with a creamy and crispy filling”.
A post to the Facebook group Food Finds UK Official, it is being sold for £3.50 and available in places like Asda and Sainsbury's.
It looks like it will be a big hit, if the online reaction is anything to go by.
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One member of the group simply wrote: “OMG. Wow!!”
Another said: “Mmmm… me want.”
While a third added: “Neeeeeeed!!”
A fourth person joined the consensus, saying: “Oooooo bet they are nice.”
Someone else, echoing the product’s marketing catchphrase chipped in with: “It's not Terry's it'1s mine.”
There are 44million Terry's Chocolate Oranges sold around the world each year, according to Confectionery News, with the UK accounting for 9m.
Elsewhere, Nestle has made a big change to an iconic chocolate bar recipe for only the second time in 87 years, leaving fans divided.
Last month, the seven chocolate bars that could actually be good for your gut health were revealed.
In July this year, a study found that eating chocolate can cut the risk of early death by up to 10 per cent.
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