LINDT Lindor has launched its first sharing tin of chocolates for Christmas 2020 with six different flavours inside.
The tasty-looking sharing tin contains 32 assorted truffles.
Inside, Lindt fans get a mixture milk, white, extra dark, milk and white, hazelnut and salted caramel chocs.
The 400g tins will be sold for £15 on the Lindt Lindor website, or £10 from Tesco and Sainsbury’s.
Tesco has already started selling the tins, and Sainsbury’s told The Sun it’ll begin stocking them from October 5.
Lindt says it’s also selling the tins online now, but we couldn’t see it listed on its website.
The new release means Lindt is giving some serious competition to the likes of Christmas staples such as Celebrations and Heroes.
But these won’t cost you as much as Lindt, with Tesco currently selling 650g tubs of Celebrations for £3.50.
You can also buy packs of 200g packs of Lindt truffles from Tesco for £4, which would save you money as these work out at £2 per 100g versus £2.50 per 100g for the new sharing tin.
However, you won’t get the luxury of having six different flavours – but you can buy two 200g packs for £8, which is still £2 cheaper than the sharing tin and you’ll get the same amount of chocs, just with two flavours.
The Sun has contacted Lindt for more information about this new release and we’ll update this article when we hear back.
If you’re prone to worrying about your weight at Christmas time, you’ll want to know that a 37g Lindt truffle typically has 73 calories.
In the UK, the average man is recommended to consume no more than 2,500 calories, while it’s 2,000 for women.
The new Christmas launch comes after Lindt released new pick and mix stands in Sainsbury’s stores.
In more sweet news, Terry’s Chocolate Orange has brought back its white chocolate version.
Meanwhile, Asda is selling Nestle’s new Munchies – but only for a limited time.