BAILEYS fans are in luck, because you can now get an Easter egg tasting of the Irish cream liqueur and salted caramel.
The booze manufacturer is bringing back the popular Easter treat from last year, and it’ll set you back £10.
Baileys Shoppers can pick up the egg at Tesco and Morrisons for £10
The hollow Easter egg weighs 275g and it’s made of milk chocolate with crunchy salted caramel pieces running through it.
Even better, the pack also comes with six chocolates, which are filled with a salted caramel centre, covered in dark chocolate and decorated with a gold shimmer.
Baileys is also bringing back its 285g chocolate Easter eggs tasting of coffee, which are decorated with bronze shimmered chocolate coffee beans and comes with six creamy coffee truffles.
Shoppers can already pick up the salted caramel eggs from Morrisons, Nisa, Tesco and Debenhams, while the coffee eggs are available in Nisa and Debenhams.
Baileys The Easter eggs comes with six extra truffles
The treats are the cheapest in Morrisons and Tesco where they’re selling for £10, and they’re available both online and in stores.
They’ll set you back between £10-£12 in Nisa and £12 in Debenhams stores.
Coffee fans will be happy to hear that the coffee treat is slightly healthier by containing 545 calories per 100g, while the salted caramel egg contains 552 calories.
The truffles in both packs contain 494 calories per 100g.
If you’re not a fan of Baileys but you’re looking for an alcoholic twist to your Easter treat this year, Lidl is selling a chocolate egg tasting of gin and prosecco.
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