The latest offerings from high-end choccy maker Haigh's Chocolates include a Dark Orange Bar and a Milk Hazelnut Praline Wafer Bar.

The new Dark Orange Bar (pictured) is described as a soft moreish chocolate and orange truffle centre, enrobed in Haigh's rich dark chocolate with a striped orange decoration.

The other new addition is a Milk Hazelnut Praline Wafer Bar consisting of a smooth hazelnut praline paste sandwiched between light wafer biscuits and then enrobed in milk chocolate.

Australia's oldest family-owned fine-chocolate maker, Haigh's Chocolates, has been making fine chocolates from the cocoa bean since 1915.

The company say roasting and manufacturing raw cocoa beans it the means to develop unique blends of premium milk and dark chocolate with its distinctive freshness, texture, aroma and flavour.

Both the Dark Orange Bar and the Milk Hazelnut Praline Wafer Bar are available at Haigh's Chocolates stores in Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, and Sydney or online, RRP $11.75.


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