Lindt chocolate unveils massive sharing box of truffles just in time for Christmas
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Lindt chocolate unveils massive sharing box of truffles just in time for Christmas

WE'RE ALREADY counting down to Christmas...

This Christmas, alongside the old favourites like Roses and Celebrations, thousands of us will be tucking in to a sharing box of Lindt chocolate truffles.

The two major emotions we're feeling right now is pure, unadulterated delight-- and surprise that this hasn't existed before.

And sure, it's only September, maybe too early to be looking towards Christmas, but it's been a tough year, and we definitely deserve a treat.

The Lindt Lindor sharing box contains 32 chocolates in all six delicious flavours: milk, white, extra dark, milk-and-white, hazelnut and the brand new salted caramel flavour, and comes wrapped up in a festive Christmassy tin.

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The truffle sharing ox comes wrapped in a Christmassy festive box (Image: Lindt)

It won't come cheap however, selling for £15 in the UK for a 400g box-- but honestly, we think it might be worth it.

The delicious chocolate feast will be available to buy in Tesco, Lindt retail stores and, in the UK, Sainsbury's, but if you just can't wait that long you can get the 337g mixed box which contains every flavour but the new salted caramel on Amazon.

Announcing the new addition to Christmas chocolate traditions, a spokesperson for Lindt said:

"Since 1845, Lindt has been dedicated to producing the finest chocolates and the recipes created by the Lindt Master Chocolatiers are of the highest quality to delight your taste buds.

"The Lindor Assorted Tin is the perfect chocolate selection to make sharing this Christmas special – or for those looking to take a relaxing moment away from the chaos of daily life, enjoy a truffle or two in your favourite variety for a truly indulgent treat."

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The new festive tin comes after Lindt got some major publicity after a malfunction in its chocolate factory led to chocolate snow falling from the sky to cover a little Swiss village.

No, we're not joking-- check it out here.