World's Strangest Chocolates

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Courtesy of The Chocolate Line

Charlie has moved on: Today’s chocolate factories are making some of the world’s strangest chocolates.

Havana Tobacco: Belgium

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Self-proclaimed shock-o-latier Dominique Persoone crafts 60-odd varieties of truffles, but his most illicit is the Havanna (sic), made with cigar leaves that are marinated in rum and cognac. It leaves a peppery feeling in your throat, simulating the sensation of smoking a cigar. The truffles are available in The Chocolate Line’s shops in Bruges and Antwerp, as well as upscale restaurants in Holland, Germany, and Belgium. Just remember, it’s illegal to bring them back to the U.S.

The Chocolate Line flagship store, Simon Stevinplein 19, Bruges, Belgium; 32-50-34-10-90; thechocolateline.be

 

World's Strangest Chocolates

Havana Tobacco: Belgium

Self-proclaimed shock-o-latier Dominique Persoone crafts 60-odd varieties of truffles, but his most illicit is the Havanna (sic), made with cigar leaves that are marinated in rum and cognac. It leaves a peppery feeling in your throat, simulating the sensation of smoking a cigar. The truffles are available in The Chocolate Line’s shops in Bruges and Antwerp, as well as upscale restaurants in Holland, Germany, and Belgium. Just remember, it’s illegal to bring them back to the U.S.

The Chocolate Line flagship store, Simon Stevinplein 19, Bruges, Belgium; 32-50-34-10-90; thechocolateline.be

 

Courtesy of The Chocolate Line
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