6 Mar 2013


Given that the Lindt Big Egg Hunt 2013 won't be coming to Newcastle (sobs) I have next to no chance of spotting one of their 101 2ft 6 inch fibreglass creations and thus winning a year's supply of their scrummy chocolate soooo I'm wondering what are the odds on my getting my hands on a stamp.

A stamp you ask.

Yes, a stamp BUT not just any old stamp, these are Belgian stamps BUT not just any old Belgian stamps ..... these are chocolate Belgian stamps.

Well, when I say chocolate, they aren't exactly chocolate BUT they do have a chocolate taste added to the glue which you can taste when you lick the stamp which are impregnated with the smell of (sigh) chocolate.

Available just in time for Easter the series of fie stamps will cost (hmm, the keyboard doesn't have any obvious 'euro' key) 6.20 euros/£5.30.

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Kelly said...

I'll admit I'm glad we now have self-adhesive stamps, but if the back tasted like chocolate.... well, that might be a different story!

Lindsay said...

What a wonderful idea! I would definitely buy those, yum! :)

Melissa (Books and Things) said...

Now WHY don't we have this in the states????

Claudine G. said...

Stamps that taste of chocolates! We don't have these in Singapore either. Danggit.

Betty Manousos said...

now that is a delicious idea!
oh my!

big hugs~

Gina R said...

How fun is that! Would totally buy those... ^_^

Naida said...

Oh my gosh, I'd be tempted to eat the stamp.