Heinz launches Terry’s Chocolate Orange Mayo for Christmas – ‘just wrong’

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Heinz has launched a new product that is set to divide the nation. They teamed up with Terry’s Chocolate Orange to create a festive pairing like no other.

If consumers didn’t already need convincing, the food giants called their product “Heinz [Seriously] Good Terry’s Chocolate Orange Mayo.

The product consists of Heinz [Seriously] Good Mayonnaise, melted Terry’s Chocolate Orange, Crème Patissière and Terry’s Chocolate Orange’s signature real orange oil.

Mayo and chocolate lovers can enjoy this spread on toast, croissants, brioches, crumpets – or by the spoonful.

“You open the jar and are instantly met with a wonderful chocolate orange scent,” the Mirror reported.

While it is a “crackers” product, they believed it is worth sampling.

They added: “The contents are rich and creamy and while the spread may have the texture and shine of mayonnaise, the taste is nothing but chocolate and orange.

Sadly, not everyone gets their hands on this eclectic spread.

Heinz only produced 200 jars of the stuff from today, December 1.

Those inquisitive enough to try the new product can head to the Heinz website.

This will run until December 13.

Maria Jantchi, Sauces Senior Brand Manager at Heinz, shared: “Here at Heinz, we are always innovating, and love creating fun new limited-edition products that we know our fans will love. So, this year we set out to create the most Christmassy Mayo that we could think of.”

Laure Gentil, Marketing Controller for Terry’s Chocolate Orange stated: “We always say that you can never get bored with Terry’s Chocolate Orange, and our new collaboration with Heinz epitomises this.”

It is undeniable that this product is the first of its kind.

Heinz was launched in 1932, and this may be their most eccentric adventure yet.

Laure continued: “We have never stopped innovating, growing, and launching new formats and flavours to delight our loyal fans.”

Obviously, the news blew up on social media.

Holland and Barrett tweeted: “And we thought the @weetabix combo was bad.”

@iammandapanda said: “There’s got to be a law against this surely.”

@MarkB72 was emphatic in his disgust: “Wrong. Just wrong.” 

@spent808 simply said: “No.”

However some were excited about the new creation.

@Kaylk88 stated: “I NEED this in my life.”

@SandiJ3 said: “Entered. Would like to try.”

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