Hazelnut and Cocao Drink

Code
00443910000152
Size:1l
R84.95 R74.95 R10.00
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Overview

An organic, dairy free, Hazelnut and Cocao flavoured drink that can be served hot or cold.

Description

It could only have happened in Italy. Hazelnut first met chocolate in Turin during the Napoleonic wars. Thrown together by fate, they were a dreamy combination. They first appeared as decadent little treats called Gianduja. Then they softened into a famous hazelnut and chocolate spread. Now there’s a new outrageous twist to their relationship, as we’ve been making them into a velvety drink, perfect for toasting the greatest Italian couple of all time.

Ingredients

Natural spring water, organic rice, organic Italian hazelnuts (2%), organic cacao (1.5%), sea salt.

Allergens

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Directions

Glug! Chilled, straight from the carton. Ping! Heat in a mug in the microwave. Bloop! Warm it on the hob.

Dietary Summary

  • Dairy Free
  • Suitable For Vegan
  • Organic
  • No Added Sugar
 

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