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Thursday 28th May 2020

Spar launches limited edition chocolate orange doughnuts

They're not listed online

Fans of orange-flavoured chocolate who can't get their hands on the 'mythical' Orange Twirl have another option for satisfying their sweet tooth.

Convenience store chain Spar is currently selling chocolate orange doughnuts packed with a curd filling, but those who want to get their hands on a bag may have to act fast.

The goodies, which aren't listed on the Spar website, are being sold as a limited edition treat.

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Instagram's NewfoodsUK posted a photo of the doughnuts that shows they are going for just £1.

The account wrote in the caption: "Limited edition chocolate orange filled doughnuts spotted at my local Spar shop."

In the comments, one follower wrote, "Bet these are amazing" and another simply put, "Omg".

Someone else begged in block caps, "STOP" while a fourth said, "So many chocolate orange choices".

Bet these are amazing.

In an earlier post, the account had shared a photo of another, similarly flavoured treat available at Iceland.

Shoppers can get their hands on a limited edition Chocolate and Orange Cheesecake from the frozen food specialist.

According to the packaging, the cake serves up to six and is likewise on the shelves as a limited edition product.

That item is also missing from the shop's e-store.

Sainsbury's, meanwhile, is selling glittery chocolate orange and sugar plum gins as part of its Christmas range.

If you're a huge gin lover, you're going to want to pick up these two new flavours.

Sainsbury's new gins, including a chocolate orange variety (Credit: Sainsbury's)

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The sugar plum gin is pink in colour with a sweet taste, while the chocolate orange flavour is a bronze colour and has hints of citrus and cocoa.

Both bottles are 50cl and have a 20 per cent alcohol by volume content.

Sainsbury's has yet to release details on the price of the liqueurs and when they will be available to buy.

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