There are some things that are just meant for each other. Things like fish and chips, gin and tonic, and now - Krispy Kreme and Nutella.
Yes, you read that right. Krispy Kreme is selling doughnuts full of Nutella. It sounds like a recipe for rotten teeth, but what a way to do it.
However, as with all things in life, there is a catch. It's a pretty massive catch, too. The brand announced the new creation on the official Facebook page of Krispy Kreme Dominican Republic.
Unfortunately that is the only place in the world you can get this rarest of treats. Yet, that is.
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Quite why Krispy Kreme would just release possibly the finest doughnut of all time in a small country like the Dominican Republic is anybody's guess, but life just isn't fair sometimes.
So, unless you're a pretty huge Nutella/Krispy Kreme fan you probably aren't going to get your hands on them - flights from the UK are about £700 if you are still keen.
It's not the first time the two have met. In 2016, Krispy Kreme released the 'Nutty Cocoa Ring' which was glazed with Nutella and topped with bits of hazelnut.
This is different, though. Instead of just a glaze, this is filled with Nutella. That's got to be better, right? It's called the 'Original Glazed' with Nutella.
If you're looking for a themed doughnut to fill the gap left in your heart after finding out you can't wrap your gob around the Nutella version, there's always the St Patrick's Day range.
They're basically normal Krispy Kreme doughnuts, but green with little Irish flags and Leprechaun hats. Any excuse, eh? Well, they'll be on offer from just before until just after St Patrick's Day (March 17th) in the USA.
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If that doesn't cut it for you, you could always just go and get a whole batch of normal Krispy Kreme doughnuts and a tub of Nutella. I'm sure that would provide much the same experience.
The internet, whilst excited about the prospect of Nutella Krispy Kreme, can't hide its disappointment that they're not up for grabs around the world.
That attitude shows a lack of commitment to the cause - which is not something you can accuse Darren Rovell of.
That's the spirit. Get out there and make it happen.
Featured Image Credit: Krispy Kreme