MORRISONS is selling Baileys chocolate truffles and they look delicious for anyone with a sweet tooth.
The chocolates, which are filled with salted caramel Irish liqueur cream, are available for just £2 in Morrisons stores only.
The treats are sold in 102 resealable bags, according to a leaked photo of a packet posted on Instagram by the user productsinstore, which shares images of new or coveted foods.
Bear in mind that they contain 1 per cent alcohol, so they’re not suitable for children.
Sadly, the treats are available in stores only, so you’ll have to make a trip to your nearest shop.
Although they sound delicious, we would advise you to indulge with caution.
A pack of similar treats – the Baileys Mini delights – which come without the sweet salted caramel contains about 575 calories and as much as 29.9 of sugar – that’s just under an adult’s recommended daily sugar allowance of 30g.
We have not tried the salted caramel version ourselves just yet, but the reviews for the truffles prove they already have a legion of fans.
One Instagram user, who commented on the post, said: “Yes. Definitely would need a bag to myself.”
Another one added: “Bring me back these.”
A third one said: “All your favourite things in one.”
Baileys launched a Strawberries and Cream version of its famous tipple – and it’s now available in the UK for the first time ever.
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If you’re looking for more Baileys flavoured treats, Iceland is selling eclairs and profiteroles filled with the sweet tipple.
And if you’re a fan of the Irish liqueur and ice cream you can now combine the two – in a sandwich.
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But if it’s not the flavour you’re into Tesco is selling strawberry daiquiris for £1– so you can make your own slushies at home.
At just £1 each, the fruity sorbet contains 225 calories and 4 per cent alcohol – so it has a kick.
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