Aero Just Launched Not One But TWO New Dark & Milk Bars!

Elena Chabo
·2-min read

From Delish

We're interrupting the steady flow of Easter chocolate news for some non-seasonal chocolate news. If you're a fan of Aero chocolate with its silky melty bubbles, but your tastes for chocolate are darkening, your prayers have been answered.

Nestlé just announced two new additions to the Aero family. Aero Dark & Milk and Aero Dark & Milk Peppermint. Made with 51% cocoa solids and 9% milk solids, the new bars are a step away from sweet milk chocolate but don't reach the bitter heights of regular dark chocolate.

Rolling out in supermarkets and convenience stores from Thursday 28th January, Aero Dark & Milk is available in 90g share bars (sharing optional), with an RRP of £1.

Photo credit: Aero
Photo credit: Aero

Hannah Smithson, Brand Manager for Aero said in the press release: "Aero Dark and Milk has a higher percentage of cocoa solids than standard Aero chocolate, which makes it ideal for those who are looking for a more intense, grown up flavour. At the same time, it retains the creamy taste elements you would find in milk chocolate, which means there is no bitterness."

The Dark & Milk Peppermint, a grown up take on the classic and beloved Mint Aero, will also be available as a 90g share bar but is exclusive to Tesco.

Hannah said: "More shoppers than ever are seeking out the stronger flavour notes of dark chocolate, but we know that some people can find the taste overpowering. We have combined cocoa and milk solids to produce rich and smooth chocolatey bubbles that melt effortlessly in your mouth – and we hope people will agree that the result is irresistible!

"Aero Dark & Milk is the perfect little lift for enjoying in precious moments of me-time, however brief they might be!"

Available in a 90g sharing bar, RRP £1, Aero Dark & Milk will be available in major retailers and convenience shops. An Aero Dark & Milk Peppermint sharing bar will be available as an exclusive in Tesco stores.

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