Australian cafe chain Milky Lane launches Biscoff and Kinder Bueno flavoured cocktails

Cafe launches BISCOFF and BUENO flavoured cocktails – complete with lashings of ice cream, Nutella and crunchy biscuit

  • An ‘Instagrammable’ Australian cafe is serving Biscoff and Bueno cocktails
  • Chefs at Milky Lane brought back the Biscoff flavour due to popular demand
  • They also created a Bueno drink, made with rum, ice cream and Nutella
  • The drinks are available for a limited time only, until the end of June
  • It’s the latest in a line of outlandishly indulgent dishes from the popular chain

One of Australia’s most ‘Instagrammable’ cafes is once again serving decadent cocktails flavoured with Biscoff and Kinder Bueno for a limited time only.

Chefs at Milky Lane, an Australian burger chain known for serving outrageously indulgent dishes, have brought back their best-selling Biscoff drink as a ‘June Special’ due to popular demand.

The dessert cocktail is made from an alcohol-laden thick shake topped with Biscoff foam and a rim of crushed biscuits from the iconic Belgian biscuit brand.

Alongside this crowd-pleaser, the cafe is also offering customers a Bueno cocktail made with white rum, Frangelico, ice cream, Nutella and a Kinder Bueno bar.

One of Australia’s most ‘Instagrammable’ cafes is once again serving decadent cocktails flavoured with Biscoff and Kinder Bueno (pictured) for a limited time only

Milky Lane continues to draw millennials to its restaurants across Australia with outrageously indulgent burgers and drinks

Milky Lane continues to draw millennials to its restaurants across Australia with outrageously indulgent burgers and drinks

Both drinks will set you back $19 at any Milky Lane restaurant, which has outlets in Canberra, Surfer’s Paradise and across Sydney in hotspots including Bondi and Cronulla.

Fans have been raving about the cocktails on social media, with one woman calling the Biscoff flavour her ‘new obsession’.

‘Just here reminiscing about last night’s Biscoff cocktail,’ she wrote.

‘Anything Biscoff, I just have to have it!’

Another added: ‘I’d risk eating dairy for this.’

The cocktails are the latest creation from the cafe to grab attention online.

The Biscoff cocktail (pictured) is made from an alcohol-laden thick shake topped with Biscoff foam and a rim of crushed biscuits from the iconic Belgian biscuit brand

Alongside this crowd-pleaser, the cafe is also offering customers a Bueno cocktail (pictured) made with white rum, Frangelico, ice cream, Nutella and a Kinder Bueno bar

Both drinks (pictured) will set you back $19 at any Milky Lane restaurant, which has outlets in Canberra, Surfer’s Paradise and across Sydney in hotspots including Bondi and Cronulla

Fans have been raving about the cocktails on social media, with one woman calling the Biscoff flavour her 'new obsession'

Fans have been raving about the cocktails on social media, with one woman calling the Biscoff flavour her ‘new obsession’

Earlier this week, an Instagram post announced the launch of a giant spaghetti and meatball burger.

The enormous 1,090 calorie sandwich features a garlic bread bun, deep-fried cheese and two beef patties.

Balancing on top of the cheese is spaghetti bolognaise and a mountain of meatballs.

‘We have dug deep to deliver you something hearty, delicious and comforting as the weather has cooled right down,’ the cafe said.

They promised the burger will ‘warm your soul and fill your bellies’.

Earlier this month, Milky Lane 'hit the spot ' with this giant spaghetti and meatballs burger

Earlier this month, Milky Lane ‘hit the spot ‘ with this giant spaghetti and meatballs burger

The cafe promises the burger (pictured) will 'warm your soul and fill your bellies'

The cafe promises the burger (pictured) will ‘warm your soul and fill your bellies’

Photos of the huge burger have gone viral, with more than 5,000 people taking time to comment on the limited-edition creation.

‘Nobody: I want three blocked arteries. Milky Lane: say no more,’ one person said.

‘Only time a phone should be allowed at a dinner table, to call 000, that burger is a heart attack waiting to happen,’ added another.

‘You would need to take a bath after eating that monster,’ another man said.

Others were left virtually speechless after being tagged in the post.

‘Holy macaroni meatballs,’ one woman said.

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