Coffee Mate New Flavours Include An Iconic Canadian Chocolate Bar

There are new Coffee Mate flavours coming to Canada and one of them tastes like an iconic Canadian chocolate bar.

With the launch of this new collection across the country, you can get the best of both worlds — coffee and chocolate.

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Nestle Canada told Narcity that the new flavours will be available across the country by early March at all major grocery and retail stores.

The Coffee Crisp flavour is a blend of real cocoa, baked wafer and subtle coffee aromas, so it's like drinking the chocolate bar.

For the Turtles flavour, there's also real cocoa, but it's blended with smooth caramel and pecan.

Both products are prepared in Canada and are lactose-free and kosher.

They will cost $5.29 at grocery stores and other retailers across the country if you want to get them to add flavour to your coffee.

You can also satisfy your caffeine cravings and win prizes while doing so with Roll Up To Win at Tim Hortons in March and April.

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