Have you ever tried a Nutella Doughnut Milkshake? If you’re not from Sydney, then you probably haven’t. But after seeing one of the below images, you’ll soon understand why millions of people across the world that aren’t in Sydney are now contemplating going to the Australian city just to have a bite of the garish desert.
You can check out various images of the Nutella Doughnut Milkshake below. WARNING: You probably shouldn’t do so on an empty stomach.
— Canberra Times (@canberratimes) August 5, 2015
— Stylist Magazine (@StylistMagazine) August 5, 2015
The groan from your stomachs echoes all the way here. And if that noise doesn’t stop, then you can head over to Foodcraft Espresso, a coffee shop in Sydney, Australia, to satisfy your craving. This establishment has been selling Nutella Doughnut Milkshakes for sometime, where they’re referred to as Tella Balls.
However, in order to actually get one, you’ll have to specifically, and sneakily, ask your server for it because you won’t find it on the menu. It costs around $9.
But what does a Tella Ball actually consist of? Well, simply, inside the glass is a Nutella milkshake that is three scoops of Nutella and vanilla bean ice cream that has been blended with ice. Then, there is a Nutella-filled doughnut sat on top of the drink. A straw has then been pierced through the doughnut so you can drink up the milkshake through the doughnut with the same vigor as Daniel Plainview in There Will Be Blood.
Aki Dakos, who runs Foodcraft Espresso with his business partner, Simon Kappatos, spoke about the viral success of the Nutella Doughnut Milkshakes to Good Food. “We came up with the shake last week after trying to be creative in the kitchen,” he explained. “It just went mental with customers and on social media over the weekend.”
The internet started to go crazy for the Nutella Doughnut Milkshakes after Foodcraft Espresso & Bakery posted their latest incarnation of the product to Facebook and Instagram. Their page now has over 3,000 likes, while a picture of the product on Instagram got over 3,700 likes in just 24 hours, too.
Most of the people who have clicked onto the page have spent several minutes salivating over the sight of the desert.
[Image via Irish Mirror]