The Empire Strikes Back… with booze. Created by woodworker Colin Johnson, The Emperor’s Cabinet is a fully functional wet bar, designed to hold your finest gins and ripples. And as if it couldn’t get any awesomer, Johnson even installed a mirrored interior.
The Han Solo In Carbonite Chocolate Bar is a delicious reminder to never cross an evil worm-like crime lord… and that ‘Empire’ rules and Irvin Kershner should have directed all six episodes of Star Wars. But I digress.
The iconic image has been immortalized in 4.5 oz of dark chocolate, and is rumored to taste much better than carbon freeze. Give one to the Leia in your life, or hang one up on the wall to act as a warning to smugglers who owe you money.
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What if we told you that you could have these awesome Star Wars Cookies? Better yet, they can be made without fancy Star Wars cookie cutters, and above all, you wouldn’t have to step foot in a Williams Sonoma. All you need is a set of standard holiday cookie cutters — and perhaps a degree in fine art.
Brought to us by The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle, cookie cutters that you may already have in the house, can be turned into some of your favorite characters from Star Wars. You can even use some leftover dough to make a few from the prequels.