Robiola: Pronunciation: [roh-bee-OH-lah] A soft, fresh cheese made throughout northern Italy in a variety of styles. It can be made from cow's, goat's and/or sheep's milk. Flavors range from delicate, mild and tangy when young to more pungent with longer ripening. Their rinds are either bloomy or washed and range in color from white to pale golden to pinkish. Interiors range from snowy white to ivory.
Nutella (/nuːˈtɛlə/; Italian pronunciation: [nut-ˈtɛlla]) is a brand of sweetened hazelnut cocoa spread manufactured by the Italian company Ferrero that was first introduced in 1965, although its first iteration dates to 1963.