Nipples of Venus - Venusbrüstchen. New Fluxus Pralines. Ludwig Rigaud, furthermore, vevived the tradition of the delicisous "Capezzoli di Venere", freely translated Nipples of Venus. This sweet speciality (based on a modern recipe) - tempting chestnut and nougat paste in white or dark chocolate-, which is said to have been enjoyed by Antonio Salieri already in Mozart's time according to the Mozart researcher, Prof. Rudolph Angemüller. was newly developed by Litsa Spathi/Nobody (while she was playing with Allen Bukoff's Fluxus Play Set) for the Fluxus year 2011 Fluxus 50th anniversary

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