The government of Belgium has unwrapped a new line of stamps that smell and taste like chocolate. Cacao oil has been included in the adhesive on the stamp’s back so that users get a taste of chocolate when they lick them, the Associated Press notes.
In addition to the taste, the oil gives the stamps a chocolate smell. But be prepared for satisfying your chocolate postal cravings. The stamps are priced at $8 for a set of five.
Belgium has released 538,000 of the chocolate stamps.
Last month, the United States Postal Service, which lost almost $16 billion last year, announced that it had partnered with an apparel maker to launch a new line of outdoor clothing and accessories.