Sliced ham? Sliced cheese? Sorry, but sliced chocolate is about to make everything else you can put on bread seem like chopped liver in comparison.
Despite its alcoholic-sounding name, Japanese company Bourbon actually specializes inchocolate. Still, its latest product seems like the kind of so-crazy-it’s-brilliant idea born out of a flash of heavily inebriated inspiration.
Behold: sliced chocolate!
Each pack contains five two-millimeter (0.08-inch) thick slices of what Japan calls “nama chocolate,” a rich, creamy confectionary that’s not as sweet as fudge, but more intense in flavor than ordinary milk chocolate. The unique shape allows Bourbon’s inventive new treat to be used in a variety of ways.
But while this chocolate is of course great for when you’re entertaining company, we know what you’re all thinking: Can I slap a slice on a piece of bread for an instantaneous dessert sandwich?
Yes, yes you can.
— 斎藤充博 (@3216) 6 dezembro 2015
In addition to being sold in super markets, sliced nama chocolate is available through Bourbon’s online shop here. Online orders can only be placed for bulk bundles of a dozen five-slice packs (which cost 3,240 yen [US$27]), but somehow we imagine customers will have no trouble finding 60 occasions on which to enjoy this clever new take on chocolate.
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