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post #181 of 189
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Originally Posted by why View Post

I think the Nutella for export tastes different than the stuff in Italy. In Italy it's not so overly sweet.

The Nutella here in the US is made in Canada. But, yeah, I love the stuff from Nutella's mother country - it's more . . . nutty.
post #182 of 189
Blame Canada.
post #183 of 189
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

The Nutella here in the US is made in Canada. But, yeah, I love the stuff from Nutella's mother country - it's more . . . nutty.

Exactly. It's nearly inedible outside of Italy, but even here I rarely eat it.
Edited by why - 11/6/11 at 3:50pm
post #184 of 189
It is not restricted to Italy; most of the European versions come in a real glass container have a better (personal opinion) taste and of course the texture is also different - less oily, stiffer texture as the versions one gets in North America, South America, Asia.

Maybe (have not tried yet), you could buy Ferrero Rocher and get the real "Nutella taste" in other geos as well. Hope they do not screw up that product as well.
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post #186 of 189

Sad day for gdl203.

 

Michele Ferrero, Maker of Nutella, Dies

His Nutella Chocolate and Hazlenut Spread Defined Italian Sweets

 

http://www.wsj.com/articles/michele-ferrero-maker-of-nutella-dies-on-valentines-day-1423961729

 

lefty

post #187 of 189
Thread Starter 

His legacy lives !!!   

post #188 of 189
May you rest in peace, you glorious world citizen.
post #189 of 189
a darker story emerges (and, oh, a super dark chocolate Nutella sounds amazing)

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