The most amazing thing about these drinking vessels — besides Natasha hitting the perfect trifecta of bacon, chocolate and booze — is that this is her first blog post.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups once had the slogan, “Two great tastes that taste great together.” Now, apparently bored with their relationship, the peanut butter and chocolate couple are looking to bring in a third.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Filled With Reese’s Pieces are officially a thing. After much rumor, speculation, and genuine teasing by Reese’s, our new favorite threesome will hit store shelves sometime in July.
Now, this is a chocolate bar we can get behind. Get behind, drink some beers, eat chocolate… that kinda thing.
Created by Carlsberg Beer, the Chocolate Bar is in response to a question that nobody’s ever asked… What if Carlsberg did chocolate bars? The answer is an edible drinking establishment that’s fully-functional, where patrons can enjoy a pint, while consuming the bar itself — right down to the glasses, coasters, and dart board.
The pop-up Carlsberg Chocolate Bar appeared briefly outside of the Old Truman Brewery in London. So you’ll just have to enjoy your confectionary chocolate bar that doesn’t serve beer.
When hollow beady-eyed Easter Bunnies just aren’t going to meet your holiday chocolate quota, there’s always an entire Chocolate Easter Meal.
Created by Jen Lindsey-Clarke of Cumberbunny fame, the Easter feast comes complete with all the trimmings. And, by the trimmings, we mean that even the table and chairs are edible. Sorry, Easter Bunny.
[via ITV News]
This year, Lindsey-Clark, still making chocolate and still digging her some Cumberbatch, has created the Cumberbunny. The Easter treat is a Belgian chocolate version of the British actor, complete with bow-tie, bunny ears and bunny body.
The best part, is that you can fill your Easter baskets with these bunny-Benedicts, as the Cumberbunnies are available for sale on Chocolatician’s site here.