Whether it was in a wintery drinkdrizzled on a crepe or eaten by the spoonful (I don't judge), odds are you've had Nutella at least once in your life. The hazelnut spread has gained notoriety for not only being extremely delicious, but also for being one of the most popular condiments in the world. In fact, over 360 thousand tonnes worth of Nutella was eaten in the last year alone. However, this reign of chocolate terror may be coming to an end now that we know about Lindt's hazelnut spread.

What's in it?

As one of the biggest chocolate companies in the world, it was only a matter of time until Lindt started making chocolate spreads. After all, they'd already cornered the truffle market. According to the product description on their website, their spread is made with real Lindt chocolate and combined with hazelnuts to create a "full and intense flavor" with a "perfectly smooth texture". Unlike some of its competitors, Lindt's hazelnut spread's main ingredient is actually hazelnuts, coming in at a whopping 40 percent. On the other hand, Nutella, which is manufactured by Ferrero Rocher, is mostly made up of sugar and fats with the product only containing 13 percent hazelnuts. 

Where can you find it?

For now, you can only find Lindt's hazelnut spread in parts of Europe and the UK, but it'll probably make its way over to the States sooner or later (I'm hoping sooner). If you really can't stand to wait, you can always try to order it off Amazon, but only if you're willing to pay four times its original price.

I don't know if I'm #TeamNutella or #TeamLindt yet, but as they say, you can never have too much of a good thing. Especially if it tastes like chocolate.