Arnott’s has released footage of the making of the chocolate cocktail glasses featured in the new Tim Tam mocktail campaign.
It took master chocolatier Tuarn McInerney six hours to hand-create the edible martini glasses using nothing but raw Tim Tam ingredients.
The final creation has piped espresso martini crème, wedged between two layers of chocolate biscuit, then coated in rich dark chocolate.
The Choctail glasses once set, are then poured with a freshly shaken Virgin Espresso Martini and garnished with coffee beans.
The ‘making of the choctail’ glass was released after demand from Tim Tam fans to see how the ‘Holy Grail’ of the Tim Tam world was created.
The glass was to promote Tim Tam’s decadent new flavours. The campaign calls it: “The magic of a night out without having to leave the house.
“Indulge in the new limited edition mocktail range from Arnott’s Tim Tam, the tastes you love with none of the hassle of a night out. No queuing at the bar, no being hit on by a drunk, no bad decisions and no morning after headache.”
The new flavours are: Tim Tam Virgin Espresso Martini, Tim Tam Virgin Pina Colada, Tim Tam Virgin Strawberry Champagne and Tim Tam Virgin Chocolicious Velvet Mudslide.
“As everyone knows, I love a Tim Tam! The new Tim Tam mocktail range is awesome,” said celeb and Tim Tam fan Sophie Monk.
“Tim Tams and Cocktails are my absolute favourites so combining the two is just genius!”
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