Sweet Play, customize your own chocolates

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I don't know if it has to do with having Swiss blood, but I love chocolate. In fact, it was probably on my childhood trips to Switzerland that I discovered the diverse universe of possibilities that this irresistible sweet offers. Since then I like to try new combinations of flavors, and that is why I have loved Sweet Play, a chocolate designed to be personalized to our liking.

There are many different types of chocolate and thousands of options to combine them and discover new nuances. Fruits, cookies, spices, salts, nuts, sweets, liquors, etc. There are more and more varieties of flavors on the market, but we can always mix chocolate with another ingredient at home. With Sweet Play, the task becomes easier, and also more fun.

The idea is simple: a modular design of three chocolates with spaces to add different ingredients. Pieces of dark, milk and white chocolate, with a hole in the upper part to incorporate fruit, nuts or liquid substances, respectively. In addition, a slot allows you to insert small cookies of different flavors and textures.

Its author, Elsa Lambient, has always shown great interest in the design surrounding food. For this project he wanted to create a new concept that would allow him to "play" with food. The definitive inspiration was found in Lego-style construction games, where each user combines the pieces to their liking following their imagination to create new elements.

Sweet Play is offered in packets with all three varieties of chocolate, including the desired number of different flavored cookies. It is promoted as especially suitable for events, but I would not mind having the basic package at home and being able to play with all the possibilities that are offered. Without a doubt, it is a simple but ingenious idea, as well as attractive and very appetizing.

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