Kinder Happy Hippo Case
Kinder Happy Hippo Case contains 26 biscuits.
Kinder Happy Hippo
The Kinder Happy Hippo is a cookie (biscuit in the UK) creation of Italian chocolate and confectionery company Ferrero SpA.
The candy itself consists of a wafer biscuit, with a hippopotamus shape. Besides that inside are two flavors of icings. The original has milk and hazelnut flavouring. In the cocoa flavour, chocolate replaces hazel nut.
Happy Hippos were made famous by a popular TV commercial. A CGI-animated Hippo sang The Lion Sleeps Tonight. During the spot a CGI dog tries to distract him by dancing to the music in increasingly funny and bizarre ways.
The original light blue and still used Happy Hippo characters are the design of French designer André Roche for Ferrero chocolates in 1987. They became famous worldwide through their appearances in the “Kinder Surprise” chocolate egg. In 2002 in “Hipperium” an authorized parody of the George Lucas’ “Star Wars”-trilogy.
Kinder Happy Hippos can be purchased in parts of the United States (Mainly throughout New York City due to strong influence of internationalism and globalism in the World), Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Israel, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Bulgaria, Greece, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Puerto Rico, Hungary, Romania, Cyprus, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Chile, and Brazil. In Latvia, they are mostly available in the supermarket Sky. In Australia, Kinder Happy Hippos started appearing in petrol stations and supermarket chains and have become more popular since, developing a slightly cult-like following amongst some adults.