Multinational food giant Cadbury is reportedly preparing to launch a caramel version of its popular Twirl chocolate bars.
The treat, expected to hit shelves next year, will be made using Caramilk - the delicious blend of caramel and white chocolate sold across Australia and New Zealand.
Caramilk made a comeback in 2017 following a 23-year hiatus, according to Metro.
But for UK shoppers, it has only been available to buy online.
At the time of writing, one Australian sweet shop on Amazon was selling a block of Caramilk for £35.74 with an added £52.67 for delivery - making it £88.41 in total!
Now, Cadbury is said to be getting ready to release a mash-up of Caramilk and Twirl.
We've been looking at a number of new options for limited edition Caramilk products.
According to reports, a photo of the new Caramilk Twirl recently leaked on Facebook but was quickly deleted.
However, the image has since circulated widely on social media, including on Twitter.
And this week, one user tweeted a snap of the Caramilk Twirl to Cadbury to ask if there was any truth to it.
They asked the company: "Dear @CadburyAU, is this true?"
The brand teased: "Cadbury Caramilk has been so incredibly popular that we've been looking at a number of new options for limited edition Caramilk products in never-seen-before formats. Stay tuned..."
In a statement to News.com.au, a spokesperson for Cadbury's Australasian arm said: "Cadbury Caramilk fans that are worried about how they might survive until the next batch arrives on shelves in early 2020 can rest a little easier knowing that in the meantime, we'll be launching a limited edition Caramilk product in a format they've never seen before."
And on the Facebook page Caramilk Addicts Club, a pic of the packaging was accompanied by the caption: "Coming soon!!!"
It is not yet known if the Caramilk Twirl would make it to UK shelves or remain exclusive to Australia and New Zealand.
If the latter, UK shoppers could still get their hands on one by ordering online after Christmas.
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