Gift the Choccie Lovers In Your Life a Personalised MILO Tin This Festive Season

Personalised gifts have to be some of the most thoughtful presents you can give. Not only do they show that you took time and effort to organise them, but they’re also much more likely to be kept, guaranteeing that you, as the gift giver, will be remembered every time they’re used.

And now, fortunately, MILO has once again sorted you out this festive season with the perfect personalised gift for the choccie lovers in your life (or just anyone who enjoys a bit of nostalgia). For the second year running now, the brand is giving you the opportunity to pop the name of a loved one on your choice of 13 different tin designs, all containing 460g of the choc-malt drink.

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Launched nationwide this week, MyMILO sold out last year so this year, you’ll want to get in quick. To create the customised tin, you’ll need to head to my.milo.com.au, select your favourite design of the 13 and then add the recipient’s name in up to 11 characters. The tin will then be shipped to you in MILO packaging, ready to be wrapped, and then gifted or put under the tree.

Plus, did we mention that the MyMILO tin is an affordable $14, with nationwide shipping an extra $8-$10, also making it a great gift choice for a stocking stuffer or Kris Kringle?

Note though that if you do want to make sure you get your MyMILO tin on time for the holidays, you’ll want to order by the dates AusPost has listed here. As AusPost mentioned a couple months ago, they’re predicting massive shipping delays this holiday season due to COVID border restrictions, outbreaks at ports and a general increase in shipping activity.

As for how to enjoy the MILO? Well, that’s up to them. In 2020, a social media debate set out to determine whether cold MILO or hot MILO was best. And, after a poll of almost 90,000 votes, the winner was clear.

According to MILO’s results, a whopping 65% say they prefer cold MILO, but results varied by state and territory and other factors like weather.

In the Northern Territory, 100% of MILO drinkers preferred a cold glass. 72% of Queenslanders also opted for chilled MILO, while more temperate states leaned only slightly towards cold. People from South Australia (67%), New South Wales (66%), Victoria (61%), Western Australia (60%), and Tasmania (54%) all preferred cold.

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