You can now buy $10 Caramilk CHOC TOPS – complete with melted chocolate and lashings of tasty toppings
- Sydney’s Cheat Day café is now selling Caramilk choc top soft serves for $10
- The ice cream is topped with melted Caramilk chocolate and a biscuit
- The café will continue to sell the ice cream if they can purchase Caramilk blocks
- The popular Cadbury chocolate remains to be a limited-edition product
A Sydney café is the latest venue to transform the iconic Caramilk chocolate into a new indulgent creation after launching $10 choc tops.
The Cheat Day café in Peakhurst, Southern Sydney, is selling the unique creations for $10 per cup or cone.
The soft serve ice cream is topped with melted Caramilk chocolate and for an extra $1 customers can add a biscuit, crushed peanuts or shredded coconut.
A Sydney café is now selling Caramilk choc tops, which has sent chocolate enthusiasts into a spin
The Cheat Day café in the suburb of Peakhurst is selling the unique creation for $10 per cup or cone
‘I guess by now you’ve seen our Cadbury Caramilk choc top soft serve? It’s kind of a big deal,’ the business wrote on Instagram.
As Caramilk continues to be a limited-edition product, the café will continue to sell the choc top if they can purchase the Cadbury chocolate.
The popular café is also known for their loaded burgers and cheesecake pavlovas.
On Instagram customers were enthused about the news and shared their excitement.
‘Omg so good!’ one person said, another added: ‘This is exactly what I need.’
Others who are eager to try the ice cream tagged their friends and family members in the comments.
Earlier this month a Newcastle restaurant launched a frozen Caramilk espresso martini (pictured left)
This isn’t the first time a business has used the popular block chocolate to create new menu listings.
Earlier this month a Newcastle restaurant launched a frozen Caramilk espresso martini.
The $12 drink was curated by the owner of Newy Burger Co, Ben Neil, off the back of the public hysteria for the re-released Caramilk block.
‘We hadn’t seen espresso martinis in a frozen cocktail machine before so we wanted to try it,’ Ben told Taste.
‘We started with Salted Caramel Espresso Martini, then relived everyone’s inner 18-year-old with Fruit Tingle and now Caramilk Espresso Martini, which has turned out amazing.’