Chocolate lovers, rejoice! Though you never knew you wanted it, a Japanese company called Bourbon has created a sliced chocolate that is individually wrapped, kind of like a chocolate version of Kraft cheese.
The chocolate can be used in a variety of ways, from creating adorable cutout deserts to simply rolling it up in a piece of bread and of course, you can also just shove it in your mouth and swallow it whole.
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Currently the sliced wonder is only being sold on store shelves in Japan, but prospective customers can order it online in bulk to be delivered here in the US. Each package contains five slices of chocolate, and the bulk minimum is a dozen packages which can be purchased for about $27 USD.
The chocolate is made from a Japanese dessert known as “nama” which is sort of like a less-sweet version of fudge, but with a fuller chocolate flavor.
I don’t know about y’all, but my peanut butter and jelly sandwiches may never feature jelly again. Just think of all the possibilities for sliced chocolate.