Maltesers Biscuits Now Come In Orange Flavour And They Look So Delicious

Anna Lewis
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Photo credit: Kev's Snack Reviews/Products In Store
Photo credit: Kev's Snack Reviews/Products In Store

Maltesers are so versatile. Not only are there tons of variations – from mint Maltesers Teasers bars to gingerbread versions – but they also make a great ingredient in lots of baked treats.

Crushed up Maltesers in brownies are da bomb, and smooshed Maltesers in cookies are da absolute bomb.

But if you’re not in the mood for making your kitchen look like a chocolate bomb’s exploded in there by baking these yourself, why not head down to your local supermarket to get your hands on some shop-bought Maltesers biscuits?

The original biscuits were first spotted in Asda by Kev’s Snack Reviews, Products In Store and Well This Is New on Instagram back in January 2020, and now they've been launched in orange chocolate flavour. Because of course they have...

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They’re described as “tangy orange, malty bobbles, smothered in smooth milk chocolate, just perfect for snapping, crunching and dunking."

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As well as original and orange flavour, these tasty teatime treats also come in mint!

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One of these and a cup of tea and you're laughing.

You can pick up a pack of 10 of the orange Maltesers Biscuits from for £1.49 from 25 April in Tesco, while the other flavours are available in stores now.

Now, going back to the mint Maltesers Teasers bars for a minute, we first discovered that they existed back in December. Unfortunately though, the bars originate from Australia.

But it’s not all bad news because thanks to Sanza.co.uk (a website that sells Australia food and drink), you can treat yourself to these minty, malty bars. On the website, the bar is described as “featuring tiny little pieces of crunchy Maltesers floating in mint flavoured milk chocolate.”

Because it has to be imported over from Australia, the 145g bar is more expensive than one you could get in the UK. You’re looking at £5.99 for the bar plus £1.40 for delivery.

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