GUINNESS and chocolate fans may want to pop by B&M for an Easter egg combining the two things.
The Easter treat comes with a hollow dark chocolate Easter egg and six mini Guinness chocolate pints.
The pints combine dark and white chocolate and come with a Guinness flavoured centre.
The Easter egg is available in B&M stores for £8.99, but the retailer said it only has limited stock left so it's best to be quick if you don't want to miss out.
To avoid a wasted trip, simply give your local B&M store a ring before you pop over.
B&M has more than 600 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one including contact details by using its store locator tool.
The chocolates contain Guinness with an alcohol by volume of 5 per cent, working out as less than 1 per cent of alcohol in the treats.
Guinness' owner Diageo told The Sun you don't need to be above 18 years old to buy it, but said it's sold as an "adult offering" so it's best to keep it out of the hands of the little ones.
If you're watching over your waistline, you'll want to know that 100g of the Easter egg and pints contains 546 calories.
An adult man should eat around 2,500 calories a day while it's 2,000 for a women, according to NHS guidelines.
The boozy Easter egg was spotted by Facebook page Bag a Weekly Bargain in a B&M store.
If you don't live near one that stocks it, the same 215g egg is available to order on Studio for £8.99.
Alternatively, you can buy it on Amazon or Very.co.uk for a pricier £14.99.
If you like a boozy twist to your Easter eggs, you may want to check out Aldi's gin and Prosecco infused Easter eggs for £5.
Alternatively, Cadbury has rolled out a white chocolate buttons Easter egg – and you can buy it in Asda.
While Reese’s sell-out Easter egg that’s filled with peanut butter has returned and it costs £4 in Iceland.
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