Let the caramel flow, with Lindt!

Lindt has a sweet new product on the shelves, Lindt Caramel Squares.

With Lindt’s signature chocolate encasing a heart of caramel, each Square is wrapped for the ‘ultimate self-indulgence’.

“We wanted to remind chocolate-loving adults of the pleasure of enjoying the highest-quality chocolate without occasion, just for the pure love of enjoying fine chocolate,” says Lindt Australia Master Chocolatier, Thomas Schnetzler.

“So whether you buy it as a gift, share it with others, or keep for yourself Lindt Caramel Squares are the perfect indulgence.”

Lindt’s Master Chocolatier, Caramel Squares are available in two varieties.

Milk Chocolate Caramel Squares

124g, contains eight individual squares, RRP $8.00.

Encased in Lindt’s milk chocolate, consumers can expect rich honey notes and natural caramel flavours – a trademark for Lindt milk chocolate. The caramel itself is said to be rich and velvety.

Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Squares

124g, contains eight individual squares, RRP $8.00.

The mild and balanced dark chocolate with cocoa notes and rounded flavour is said to be the perfect counterpart to the rich, decadent caramel. The addition of sea salt brings out the complexity and sweetness of the caramel.

Mr Schnetzler continues, “The caramel is created with milk and butter to provide a rich, dairy flavour and luxurious velvety mouthfeel and texture that balances perfectly with the chocolate.”

Lindt Caramel Squares are available now in Lindt retail stores, cafes and all major supermarkets.

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