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The Sweet, Ferrero Rocher, Art Designs, Milk, Shells, Chocolates, Art Projects, Conchas De Mar, Schokolade

Lake Hillier, Australia  Photo by Jean Paul Ferrero / Ardea / Caters

The pink and lovely. Hiller Lake (Western Australia) Its startling color remains a mystery and while scientists have proven it’s not due to the presence of algae, unlike the other salt lakes down under, they still can’t explain why it’s pink.

High Spirits

High Spirits (1988)

der Happy Hippo is a cookie/candy made by the Italian chocolate and confectionary company Ferrero SpA. The candy itself consists of a wafer biscuit, shaped like a hippopotamus. Inside are two flavors of icings. In the original, one is milk flavoured and the other is hazelnut flavoured. In the cocoa flavour, the hazelnut has been replaced by chocolate paste. The bottom of the wafer is dipped in a frosting/meringue mixture and is crumbly.

Foods I Miss from the Czech Republic Kinder Happy Hippos! These are actually German, and you can find Kinder stuff in the U. sometimes, but I've never seen the cream-filled happy hippos here.

Makes me feel like I'm back in Germany

Ferrero Kinder Bueno Wafer Cookies, Ounce g) (Pack of Delicious European treat ********NOTE: The expiration date is in the format of DD/MM/Y*******

Alba is a town and comune of Piedment, Italy, in the Province of Cuneo. With its Ferrero Rocher factory churning out the world’s best-selling chocolates, including Mon Cheri cherry pralines, Kinder Surprises and Nutella, Alba is a treat. The chocolate factory itself is harder to get inside to tour than Willy Wonka’s domain (your best bet is to try asking in person at the factory – impossible to miss at the base of the town). But Alba doesn’t disappoint foodies.

Alba, Piedmont in Italy. Famous for its white truffles. Not to mention their delicious wine.

Espresso wrapped in chocolate. Best. Candy. Ever.

Ferrero Pocket Coffee, I miss these. I wish they were easy to obtain in the U.