If Caramello chocolate gets your taste buds bouncing, there's good news with Cadbury's caramel breakfast spread now available on Kiwi shelves.
Australians have been going bonkers over the delicious new spread, and now the in-high-demand product has made its way to New Zealand.
Unfortunately, the smooth sandwich spread is only available in New Zealand for a limited time and can only be purchased from a handful of Warehouse stores across the country.
The 400g jar of Caramello spread costs $5, but its longevity isn't likely to last with Cadbury confirming they aren't the ones who are selling the product.
In a statement, Cadbury said the product was being imported by retailers from Australia and New Zealand.
However, if the product is a success Cadbury says they will look at how they can make global products available for its Kiwi market.
Fans are already raving about the product, with some saying they use it in their cooking.
"This spread is amazing, it's balanced great with caramel and chocolate and is also great as an addition to home baking I recommend to all Cadbury lovers," one person wrote.
Another said: "You might want to watch the kids around this one as they will clear the jar out fast."
Meanwhile, Cadbury released its new Dairy Milk Creme Egg chocolate bar on Monday.
The limited-edition block takes two Kiwi favourites - the traditional chocolate block and the Cadbury Creme egg - and combines them into one.
Inside each square is a Creme Egg centre, coated in the traditional Cadbury dairy milk chocolate.
The Dairy Milk Creme Egg will be sold for $3.60 at Countdown, New World, Pak'nSave and The Warehouse stores across the country.