Arnott’s and Lion have teamed up to deliver two new biscuit collaborations – Dare Iced Coffee Slice and TeeVee Snacks Dairy Farmers Chocolate Milk – transforming the Aussie drinks into biscuits for a limited time.

The Dare Iced Coffee Slice combines the flavour of the drink with the shape and texture of Arnott’s Mint Slice, mixing espresso coffee and dairy with a crunchy chocolate biscuit base. 

The TeeVee Snacks Dairy Farmers Chocolate Milk are bottle-shaped biscuit snacks, made with a vanilla, chocolate and dairy flavour.

“We are thrilled to be teaming up with Lion to replicate flavours from their much loved on-the-go milk drinks and combine them with our crowd pleasers – TeeVee Snacks and Slice,” said Arnott’s brand manager Citra Yunika.

“From the delectable flavour combination of Iced Coffee with Arnott’s real milk chocolate, or the exciting Dairy Farmers Milk Chocolate infused with Arnott’s famous TeeVee Snacks - we can’t wait for Australians to try and enjoy.”

Both biscuits are now available at Coles, Woolworths and independent supermarkets for RRP $3.65.


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