Sliced Chocolate For Sandwiches Is Now A Reality – Life Will Never Be The Same Again

PUBLISHED:Feb 20, 2016 | UPDATED:01:51 PM, Feb 20, 2016

Doctors have been recommending chocolate in your sandwich for years, but the Japanese have finally done it!

Bourbon, a Japan-based company, has started to sell chocolate slices packaged like Kraft cheese singles.

Each pack contains five two-millimeter (0.08-inch) thick slices.

Bourbon’s online shop offers bulk orders consisting of twelve, five-slice packs for 3,240 yen (US$27). The

“nama” chocolate used to make the slices is soft and is more intense in flavor than milk chocolate. And for our

Danish readers: yes, we know of your Pålægschokolade, but it’s not soft, is it?


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