friends international delight creamer

International Delight

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As one of the most iconic sitcoms of the 1990s, "Friends" has remained popular despite having ended its decade-long run nearly 20 years ago. Fans can even visit the Friends Experience in New York City (along with several pop-up locations), which features replicas of the sitcom's sets, including the Central Perk coffee shop. But for "Friends" fanatics who don't live close to one of those attractions, International Delight has a simpler solution that'll transport you right to that plush orange sofa in Central Perk: Friends Manhattan Hazelnut Mocha creamer.

International Delight's "Friends" creamer's flavor is derived from a menu item that appeared on the show's chalkboard menu in some of the scenes at Central Perk, the Manhattan mocha coffee. The flavor combines chocolate with notes of hazelnut and also comes in a sugar-free version. We're just thankful it's not replicated after Monica's fictional "mockolate" — a disgusting synthetic chocolate substitute featured in a 1995 episode. 

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International Delight's latest flavor isn't its first foray into tapping iconic Hollywood characters for product ideas. The company has released flavors inspired by the Grinch, Willy Wonka, and the movie "Elf." If you want to add a little "How you doin'" to your coffee, a 32-ounce bottle of Friends creamer sells for $4. But act quick, it's only available for a limited time.

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