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Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles Bag - approx. 80 Balls, 1 kg £15.11 @ Amazon (£12.84/£14.35 subscribe and save)

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Share the bliss with Lindt Lindor smooth melting milk chocolate truffles. The Lindt Master Chocolatiers combine expertise and the finest ingredients to produce the perfectly round chocolate shell with an irresistibly smooth melting filling. 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. Ideal for celebrations or adding a touch of bliss to your reception area, the Lindor chocolate bag is also perfect for sharing with friends, loved ones or colleagues.

Ingredients
Sugar, Vegetable Fats (Coconut, Palm Kernel), Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Whole MILK Powder, Skimmed MILK Powder, LACTOSE, Anhydrous MILK Fat, Emulsifier (SOYA Lecithin)BARLEY Malt Extract, Flavourings, Vanilla, MILK Chocolate contains - Cocoa solids: 31% minimum, MILK solids: 20% minimum. May contain hazelnuts, almonds and other nuts.
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    Same price for 'assorted' 1KG too
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    Mine arrived in a cardboard box rather than the bag. Looks like something they would send to a store
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    the bag is inside the cardboard Lidnt box, ones from BF were.
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    Thank you. I get these for the other half every Christmas when they go "on sale" on Amazon.

    Thanks OP
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    You're welcome
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    Thank u kindly 🙏
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    Thanks OP
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    As much as I love Lindt pralines and low prices, I'm probably going to skip the Amazon offer. Not sure if it's a regular thing or just my bad luck, but in autumn I've ordered both red and assorted 1kg packs and both were looking and tasting like they had melted before delivery. Not sure if it happened in the delivery van or during storage, but they were (and still are, as I didn't get through yet) tasting completely unlike Lindt we know. (edited)
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    Hope mine are OK as they are gifts
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