It’s not an official unicode character.

This morning, Food & Wine magazine released a set of emojis, a sort of branded experiment in unicode that is not in any way related to the official emoji creators and guardians of tiny images.

However, you can download this set of characters and install it on your smart phone’s keyboard and then text cronuts to everyone you know, particularly people who do not live near Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City and don’t have easy access to a cronut.

The set of emojis also includes gifs of champagne sabering and Mario Batali on a Vespa.

Sweet.

from Eater – All http://www.eater.com/2015/5/28/8678247/cronut-emoji

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