Parents looking to keep their little bear cubs out of trouble during the Easter school holidays need look no further as Paddington Bear partners with Gelato Messina on an all new exclusive, limited edition dessert – ‘Paddington’s Pud’.
Available from Saturday 11th April exclusively at the Gelato Messina Dessert Bar in Darlinghurst and the Fitzroy store in Melbourne, ‘Paddington’s Pud’ is only available until stocks last.
Inspired by Paddington Bear’s infamous love of marmalade sandwiches, the dessert is presented in a marmalade mason jar. Inside layers of French toast, salted butter caramel, chocolate soft serve, orange marmalade and orange buttery short crust are ready to be devoured. Perfect for keeping little paws busy and out of trouble during the school holiday period.
The dessert has been created to celebrate the home entertainment release of popular kids movie Paddington and the first 25 people to purchase the dessert in each store will also receive a free copy of the DVD.
Don’t let your kids become unbearable – pick up the dessert and DVD for a limited time only from Saturday 11th April.
Paddington (Ben Wishaw) has spent his early years in deepest, darkest Peru with his Aunt Lucy (Imelda Staunton) and Uncle Pastuzo (Michael Gambon). When an earthquake destroys Paddington’s beautiful home his Aunt Lucy sends him to live an new exciting life in London.
Arriving alone at Paddington Station, the cute cub soon finds himself lost and alone and begins to realise that city life is not all he had imagined – until he meets the Brown family. Chaos and carnage ensue as the young bear adjusts to life in the big smoke. It doesn’t take long for Paddington and the Brown family to realise that family comes in all shapes and sizes.
Delightfully charming and full of hilarious misadventures, Paddington is a warm bear hug of a film for the whole family to enjoy. Follow everyone’s favourite marmalade loving bear as he makes a splash in the big city in Paddington, available to own on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital with UltraViolet™ from April 9, 2015.