You know why I love France? Because the drinking glasses are sold filled with Nutella. Yes, it’s a bit of a chore having to empty the Nutella out, but it usually only takes a spoon and an afternoon sitting in front of the computer with a writing deadline.
So next time you are trying to think of a good housewarming (or studio warming) gift for a friend, buy six jars of Nutella. 😉
In Sweden it's Graveleij mustard from Hudiksvall that I use as drinking glass (I have had good use for the cap when I shake grape/Lime/olive oil when I do my liver cleaning).
For Moi: We have exactly 29 glasses with a blue band…and maybe there are some hiding somewhere! ^^
if only they would make lactose and milk free nutella… sigh…
But what’s the point if it doesn’t say "Nutella" on it once the Nutella is gone?
if i collect any more Bonne Maman confiture jars, i’ll need a new cupboard ! love those Nutella ones, so cute.
All our water glasses are Maille mustard ones! The Nutella ones, though stylish, are a bit on the small side. ; )
I collect the amora mustard drinking glasses. They take longer to empty. btw…anyone have one with the blue band? They don’t seem to make them anymore 🙁
Someone once told me that you know you’ve been in France a long time when you have a complete matched set of mustard, pickle, AND Nutella glasses.