SHOPPERS have been raving over a new festive treat at The Range.
It costs just £4.99 and has left Baileys fans itching to get their hands on one.
Bargain shop The Range posted a video of its new Baileys chocolate bombes to its Instagram page.
The clip shows the marshmallow-filled balls being dropped into a tall latte glass before being covered in warm milk.
The milk causes the “bombes” to melt into the glass and reveal the mallow surprise inside.
On the Baileys website it says that the dark chocolate balls are infused with the popular liqueur.
The Range described the drink as “the perfect festive treat” and commenters were quick to agree.
One Instagram user simply wrote “love it”, while another said “Christmas eve treat”.
A woman tagged her pal and said: “We need these.”
Another wrote “we are making these” with a heart-eyes emoji.
Several others agreed that they “need” to try the choc delight and made plans to visit the shop to buy some.
One commented: “Me going straight to the range to buy these.”
The chocolate bombes are only available to buy in store.
You can find your closest The Range by using the handy locator tool on its website.
There are three balls in the pack, which costs £4.99.
Lots of interested shoppers also asked if the festive latte glass mugs were also available to buy.
We found them online for £1.99 each, but you can also pick up the glasses in store too.
When ordering online do be sure to factor in delivery costs as well.
This is the cheapest we could find a pack of these bombes online.
Others retailers do sell them but for a little more.
We found the same product on Carrolls Irish Gifts for £5.34, reduced from £6.23.
A site called Hot Chocolate Bombes is also selling them for £7.99 a pack.
If you’re not fussed about the Baileys, we did find a six pack of plain marshmallow-filled hot chocolate bombs on The Range website for £12.99.
This pack comes with two lots of classic chocolate, peppermint, and salted caramel flavoured bombs.
It always pays to compare prices and quantities so you know you’re getting the best deal.
Prices can also vary day to day what deals are on at the time and remember you might pay for delivery you’re ordering online.
You can compare prices on websites like Google shopping and Trolley.co.uk – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.
The Latest Deals app also lets you search items and lets you compare prices at several supermarkets to see where it’s cheaper.
Meanwhile, choc fans are in luck because we’ve rounded up the cheapest places you can find a tub of Quality Street this week.
Plus, if you’re running a little late buying your advent calendar this year, we found one for just 49p.
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