TERRY'S Chocolate Orange fans are going wild for a new treat that will be perfect for the summer.
The chocolate brand is usually a staple treat over Christmas.
But fans will soon be able to indulge in something from Terry's over the summer.
Terry's posted on Instagram over the weekend to announce it'll be launching an ice cream tub and ice cream sticks.
The post said: "Clear out your freezer…introducing our brand new Terry’s Ice Cream range.
"The chocolate orange flavour you know and love, but with a frozen twist.
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"Our delicious tub and ice cream sticks are coming to selected Iceland stores later this month, so watch this space."
And fans have been going wild at the announcement.
Commenting on the Instagram post, one said:
"I beg of you to bring this to the US."
While another wrote: "Oh wow need to try asap."
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Another added: "This will be the best summer ever!!!!"
It looks like it'll just be one flavour now – milk chocolate – but we have contacted Terry's for confirmation.
The sweet treats will be available in "selected" Iceland stores across the UK later this month.
You can find your nearest Iceland store by heading to the supermarket's website and searching "store locator".
The Sun has asked how much the tub and pack of four ice cream sticks will cost and we'll update the piece once we know more.
In 2021, Heinz launched a Terry's Chocolate Orange flavoured mayo tub.
Heinz’s experts blended mayonnaise — made with free-range eggs, vinegar and mustard seeds — with melted Terry’s Chocolate Orange segments and added a dose of orange oil.
Though it doesn't look like the product was popular as a quick Google at the time showed you can no longer purchase it.
Terry's isn't the only brand launching extra items this year.
Ahead of Easter, Marks & Spencer has added a new flavour of hot cross bun to its selection.
Fans of the sweet treat can now get banoffee-flavoured hot cross buns from their local supermarket.
Shoppers can get four of the gooey hot cross buns for just £2 in-store and online via Ocado.
Fizzy drink brand Fanta has launched a new flavour in time for summer – but shoppers have been left divided over the new drink.
The Coca-Cola-owned brand has unveiled Fanta Zero Watermelon.
The product comes in 500ml and 2litre bottles and as an 8x330ml can multi-pack.
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Shoppers can buy the drinks at Tesco and smaller retailers including One Stop, Budgens and Londis.
It comes just weeks after Lilt was axed to be relaunched under a new name – Fanta Pineapple and Grapefruit.
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