Gloria Jean’s and Arnotts launch Tim Tam chocolate drink
Coffee house Gloria Jean’s Coffees and biscuit manufacturer Arnott’s have announced a new drink collaboration, the Arnott’s Tim Tam Choc Raspberry Chiller, which is available to purchase this spring at select Gloria Jean’s coffee houses nationwide.
Gloria Jean’s and Arnott’s said the Arnott’s Tim Tam Choc Raspberry Chiller is a rich chocolate drink with an added burst of raspberry flavour.
“We love working with Arnott’s to give our guests new and innovative drinks,” said Nicole Saleh, Group Brand and Marketing Manager for Gloria Jean’s Coffees. “With this new Arnott’s Tim Tam Choc Raspberry Chiller we combined our expertise in creating delicious blended Chillers with our love of Tim Tams – because some things just go together,” she said.
Laura Hindson Brand Manager Arnott’s Tim Tam said that Arnott’s Tim Tam always strove to provide “innovative flavour variety” to its fans.
“Working with Gloria Jean’s Coffees on this indulgent new Choc Raspberry Chiller will give our Tim Tam lovers another way to enjoy Australia’s favourite chocolate biscuit,” Ms Hindson said.
Gloria Jean’s operates over 800 coffee houses across 39 countries worldwide, and has had stores in Australia since 1996.
Arnott’s Tim Tam Choc Raspberry Chiller will be available to purchase at select Gloria Jean’s coffee houses nationwide for a limited time only, from September 2014.
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