Glen Cocoa is officially a drink you can have delivered to your house

Posted: 24 April 2019 9:45 am

Means Girls the plastics Image: Lorne Michaels Productions

Get in loser because Max Brenner and Deliveroo have created the ultimate Mean Girls drink.

If you've felt personally victimised by the onslaught of chocolate over the Easter long weekend, you're not the only one. But (un)fortunately, the chocolate-fest isn't over just yet.

Australian favourite chocolatier, Max Brenner has teamed up with Deliveroo to bring us all "Glen Cocoa". It's a steaming hot mug of creamy, pure hot chocolate created to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Mean Girls. Yep. You go Glen Cocoa.

Available at Max Brenner nationwide through Deliveroo, you'll be able to order your very own Glen Cocoa from Saturday 27 April until Tuesday 30 April. So you'll have to get in quick to try one, because (cheesy limit puns aside) it's only available for a limited time.

Each cup of Glen Cocoa will arrive accompanied by a candy cane (of course) and selection of crowd-favourite Mean Girls quotes – my personal favourite being "swim team practice will be held in the projection room above the auditorium" – and you'll just have to buy a cup to see if your favourite made it onto the list.

Deliveroo Communications Manager Ellen Hunt said: "With the anniversary of such an iconic film, we see no better way than honouring it with a nod to our favourite character, Glen Coco. It is the perfect incentive to stay at home watching the movie we all can't help but love, with a hot Glen Cocoa to keep you warm."

A cup of Glen Cocoa is $5 and the perfect cure to a chilly autumn evening. Now that's fetch.

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