>>>Forbidden not to sin

Forbidden not to sin

Calling all Nutella lovers, your own special paradise now exists. Aki Daikos and Simon Kapatos hit the jackpot with their Tella Balls, a Nutella filled doughnut on top of a milkshake. Now they have opened a dessert cafe in Sydney where hazelnut the chocolate spread is all the rage. In Tella Balls Dessert Bar you will have only one problem: deciding which of the calory-packed desserts to choose.

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