Too Güd to be true
Australians are about to be introduced to a whole new world of dessert extremism that is strictly adults only. The internationally coveted dessert range Gü will launch in Australia mid- September.
Inspiring cult-like behaviour from sweeth tooth fantatics around the globe, it is estimated that a divinely chocolately or fruity Gü product is eaten somewhere in the world every 2 seconds. Next month, Australians will no doubt rapidly become a part of that statistic.
Created from a desire to harness the powers of the desserts of the patisseries of Belgium, the Gü range offers confectionary connoisseurs restaurant quality desserts at home. Using high quality Belgian chocolate as a key ingredient and presented in resuable glass ramekins, Gü desserts are unlike anything else you will find in the supermarket chiller.
Gü’s cheeky sibling range of Naughties – decadent bite size pieces of Gü heaven – will provide another excuse for naughtiness for self-confessed sweet tooths. It is expected that Naughties will quickly become a favourite in the bisuit aisle, and will have dessert lovers wearing a well-worn path between here and the chiller!
The perfect dessert cheat’s choice, the range will launch in stores with:
Gü Cheeky Little Pots of Chocolate Ganache
Gü Chocolate & Vanilla Cheesecake
Gü Sensationally Citrusy Lemon Cheesecakes
Gü Intensely Tangy Key Lime Pies
Gü Naughties Choc Rolls
Gü Naughties Rockey Road
Gü Naughties Millionaires Flapjack
Get ready to indulge yourself in Gü!s decadently delightful delicacies!
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