When we say they are going to milk every possible aspect of Baby Yoda and ‘The Mandalorian’ franchise we weren’t kidding. They need that green milk to go with the $50 blue cookies! Williams Sonoma is selling Nevarro Nummies™ Macarons for $49.95.
Granted you do get a dozen macarons for that price but Dang!
Here’s the write-up:
“Inspired by a sweet moment when a young Nevarro student debated sharing his treats with the Child, 21st-century artisans in California have created these ethereal French-style almond macarons capturing the essence of this scene with Nevarro Nummies™. For authentic galactic flavor, each exquisite treat is artfully hand-piped with a rich, creamy vanilla filling.
- 12 macarons.
- 9 oz. total.
- Shipped frozen or chilled (depending on time of year).
- Made in USA.
- © & ™ 2020 Lucasfilm Ltd. All rights reserved.“
“…ethereal French-style almond macarons capturing the essence of this scene with Nevarro Nummies™.” Wow!
We had the Frog Lady shirts and now this. Did they go make merchandise for every episode? It was ready to go as soon as the episode aired. They had to have planned it for awhile to have it trademarked! Disney is milking that character so hard it’s going to start crying soon.
It breaks down to be a bit more than $4 per cookie. I guess that a bargain for a Disney cookie if you look at it that way, but this is getting insane. What’s next Baby Yoda underwear, no, we have that already. Baby Yoda the plant, no, that already exists too. For a company that was so worried about brand saturation they are going to flood the brand with Baby Yoda.
But if you really want Nevarro Nummies™ you can buy yours for the “bargain” price of $49.95, or you can just go find a vanilla macaron recipe that reflects the “…ethereal French-style almond macarons capturing the essence of this scene..” Then you can make vanilla filling for an “authentic galactic flavor.” Call me crazy but I would think the galaxy would be more exciting than vanilla.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Williams Sonoma
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