Arnott’s expands Tim Tams Adriano Zumbo range with two new flavours
Arnott’s, the makers of the iconic Australian chocolate coated Tim Tam biscuits, has launched two new flavours in its range of Tim Tams developed in Australia in collaboration with celebrity patissier Adriano Zumbo.
Tim Tam by Adriano Zumbo has released a coconut cream variety as well as a chocolate raspberry flavour.
Mr Zumbo, who is an Australian and French-trained patissier, is best known for his elaborate desserts and has developed a following thanks to his appearances on television show MasterChef in 2010. As part of Tim Tam’s 50th anniversary celebrations this year, Mr Zumbo created three limited edition flavours. The new flavours join an existing range which includes red velvet and salted caramel. The Red Velvet Tim Tam was the fourth dessert-inspired Tim Tam flavour, launched in July 2014. The limited edition range was first launched in March 2014.
“We’re always looking for ways to delight our Tim Tam fans with new innovations,” said Chloe Green, Tim Tams Brand Manager. “We love working with Adriano Zumbo, Australia’s foremost patissier, who has created another range of intricate and delicious flavours to add to the Tim Tam range,” she said.
“The new Coconut Cream and Choc Raspberry flavours are bold and authentic additions to the Tim Tam biscuits Australians know and love,” said Adriano Zumbo.
The Adriano Zumbo’s Tim Tam range is available at Woolworths supermarkets and independent grocery stores for RRP $3.25.
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