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Japanese Planet Space Chocolates

If Mars Were a Chocolate, It'd Be Orange Praline, of Course

Freeze-dried astronaut ice cream not cutting it anymore in your space-inspired diet? Trade the dehydrated treat for a chocolate translation of the solar system. This set of eight chocolate planets by Japanese chocolatier L'éclat ($50) throws our childhood lessons of sharing into jeopardy. The hand-painted planets come nestled in a beautifully galactic gift box, each with a different and rather appropriate flavor. The rocky terrain on Earth is responsible for its cocoa flavoring, and we'll play along with Neptune having a cappuccino essence.

Noticeably absent from the sweet planet set is Pluto, a necessary accuracy Neil deGrasse Tyson undoubtedly appreciates.

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wolvesvane wolvesvane 4 years
>C PLUTO IS A PLANET. whathisface that said differently is dumb.
tessamyrnamay tessamyrnamay 4 years
SugarGeek! Love it.
lauren lauren 4 years
These sounds simply AMAZING!!!!
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