Japanese Company Makes Sliced Chocolate A Reality

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Despite what their name suggests, Japanese company Bourbon actually specializes in chocolate, and their latest creation has virtually endless possibilities for food artists and chocoholics.

The company has released packs of sliced chocolate called “nama chocolate” that can be sculpted into roses or slapped on sandwiches. Each pack contains five two-millimeter (0.08-inch) thick slices that reportedly offer “a rich, creamy confectionary that’s not as sweet as fudge, but more intense in flavor than ordinary milk chocolate”.

To help get the creative juices flowing, and move some product, the company has released a number of recipes ranging from chocolate banana rolls to crepes and fruit truffles. See the mouth-watering images below for examples.

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Product Page: (3,240 yen US$27 for bulk packs)

(via RN24)

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