Chocolate + Scooters. Finally.

I’ve tried using my German molds to make chocolate scooters but tears of frustration and a huge mess were the only result. These little chocolate Vespas are soo much better:

“Named after the Umbrian hill town where the company started – Perugia – Perugina are renowned for making some of Italy’s most exceptional chocolates It was in 1927 that the young heir to Perugina, Giovanni Buitoni and confectioner Luisa Spagnoli had the idea for Perugina’s most famous creation, Baci or ‘kisses’ in Italian.”

This limited edition collectors gift set is £19.99.

Thanks to Cassie for this great find.

Nun Cooler?

Wonder if Lambretta and the Catholic Church had some sort of agreement? If you could use some godly help in the kitchen, check out what the uber-chic Harvey Nichols in the UK has on offer. You can get a tea towel set, an apron, oven gloves, trivet, tablemat, or coaster. Prices rance from £2.45 to £12.95.

Thanks to Julie G. for this great find!

Orange you glad you're green?

We won’t get into the whole “Are two-stroke scooters environmentally friendly” confabulation here but at least this card featuring a two-stroke claims to be sustainable. It’s features an environmental message on the back, they are “green manufactured” and a portion of your purchase goes directly to organizations that protect the environment. They’re $2.95 each.

Thanks to Julie G. for this find!