The Belgium Post Office (Bpost) announced on 6 February that it will issue five stamps with chocolate smell and taste.
The chocolate taste, which was incorporated in the glue of the stamps, will be released when the person licks it to stick it on the envelope.
For the smell, the company said that it has used a perfume of smell of dark chocolate which ‘characterises’ Belgian chocolate. The aroma will be dispersed from the ink.
Bpost explained that this is not the first ...
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