Yes, Aussies, you read that correctly – Biscoff spread IS in Australia, believe it or not. But it’s hiding from us! Biscoff, which is short for biscuits and coffee, is an American-ized name; Biscoff’s original, European name is “Speculoos”, or “Speculaas”, depending on the country. I had a really bright idea one day to search google for Speculoos in Australia, rather than Biscoff in Australia, and the results were amazing!
My Biscoff-hunting Australian friends, you can buy Biscoff spread, under the name “Speculoos” at four different online shops, right here in Australia! Here are the details…
Search for “speculoos” at Dutch Food and, depending on stock levels, you’ll see three different versions of Speculoos – creamy, crunchy, and chocolate, with prices ranging from $9.95 – $15.00. Available in 400g and 720g jars. Flat rate shipping $11.95.
It’s All Dutch to Me
Search for “speculaas” at It’s All Dutch to Me and you’ll see a range of Speculaas-flavored goodies. Speculaas spread prices range from $8.50 – $13.75. Available in 380g and 720g jars. Flat rate shipping $11.50.
A Touch of Dutch
Search for “speculoos” at A Touch of Dutch and find crunchy and and smooth Lotus Speculoos spreads. $9.99 per 400g jar, but postage is quite expensive at $17.50.
Search for “speculoos” at USAFoods, and depending on stock levels, you’ll see creamy and crunchy varities. However, this shop does not stock official “Biscoff” by Lotus. This is Thierry’s brand, but it’s still speculoos, so it should taste exactly the same. This shop has a minimum spend of $20. Offers flat rate shipping depending on which state you live in, ranging from $15-$38.
Prices were correct, and Speculoos jars were in stock in these online stores at the time of publishing this post. This post was last updated 29 October, 2016.
Okay, so now you know where to go to find Biscoff, but the shops are out of stock?? Well, that’s the problem – as soon as these shops receive a shipment, they are sold out within a couple of days. For example, dutchfood.com.au received a shipment TODAY and they are sold out TODAY, ALREADY! If you’re serious about getting your hands on Biscoff, bookmark these online shops and check them each day, or even email the proprietors, as I did, to find out when their next shipment arrives.
If you happen to still be having trouble getting some Biscoff spread, and you have some Biscoff biscuits, you can make your own Biscoff spread. It’s super easy and made with normal pantry ingredients using a blender or food processor.
If you’re after Biscoff biscuits, just check in your local Coles! That’s right! I was just doing a casual shop in Coles the other day when I suddenly squealed in delight when I saw this on the shelves of my local Coles –
Only $1.79 for a pack of 16! I bought 5 packs, and 2 days later I came back to buy 3 more, just in case!