The last thing you would expect to find as a chocolate flavour is haggis. The traditional Scottish dish includes minced heart, liver and lungs bulked out with oatmeal, onions, suet, seasoning and spices.
Coco Chocolatier in Edinburgh have taken the seasoning and spices involved in the haggis-making process to make the most unlikely chocolate we’ve ever heard of.
“Just because you can, doesn't mean you should,” wrote Chris on facebook.
If you want to eat haggis-flavoured chocolate and purchase books, don’t hit up Wendy. “No. No no no no no. This will never be served at our bookshop.”
“This hurts my Scottish ego,” wrote Becky.
The spices in haggis are actually sweet, rather than savoury. Cloves, allspice and nutmeg are joined by black pepper for a savoury note, and vanilla rounds out the flavour.
So thankfully, there’s only a hint of haggis flavor, without all the meat!