Wonderful news everybody; the master chocolatiers over at Lindt have been working on delicious hazelnut spread and its now available in the UK. What a time to be alive.
The spread, which is 40 percent hazelnut, looks absolutely amazing and is bound to be a bit of stiff competition for Nutella.
The product has been available overseas for a while but now it's been spotted in Lindt stores in the UK.
According to the product's description: "The use of real LINDT chocolate combined with hazelnut enables you to create a delightful dessert or snack with a full and intense flavour.
"The preparation method that has been fine-tuned by the Lindt MaÎtres Chocolatiers to give rise a perfectly smooth mixture which retains the full chocolate aroma."
I think I speak for all of us when I say no one is making a 'delightful dessert' with this stuff, it's clearly just going to get eaten straight out of the jar; at best, it might make it onto a piece of toast if you're feeling particularly fancy.
Instagram account ProductsInStore shared a photo of a jar of the tasty-looking spread saying it was on sale in Lindt's Liverpool shop for £5.99.
If you don't fancy a trip to Merseyside you can get your greasy mitts on a jar here. The online store has a minimum order amount of a tenner, so you're going to have to buy at least two of them, which I'm sure isn't a hardship. If you don't fancy the second jar, feel free to send it to me, yeah?
To accompany your plethora of jars of Lindt spread, why not get yourself one of these amazing Mini Supoon's. The perfect device for getting the very last bits of spread out of a jar.
Whoever invented this needs the Nobel Prize.
The flexible spoon is perfect for scraping the last of the Nutella/Lindt spread/honey/jam/peanut butter from the jar, thanks to its unique squeegee-style tip.
The item description says: "Mini Supoon is the super handy one teaspoon version of our Supoon, the world's best cooking spoon.
"It has a flat squeegee tip and flexible scraping sides which make it awesome for scraping every last little bit out of a jar or container."
The game has been changed.
Featured Image Credit: Lindt