Crazy Chocolate Flavored Products

Chocolate Beer

Ok, so we love chocolate. I mean really, who doesn’t? I’ll tell you who, no one normal. And we want to add more chocolate into our lives but cannot bare to buy any more bars of chocolate. What do we do? Well there are many other options for chocolate we can get, well at least chocolate flavor. Check out some unusual uses of chocolate below.

Beer

It’s a hot day and you’ve just done some physical work, time for a chocolate beer. What? Chocolate bear? Does this stuff actually exist? Well the Rogue Distillery and Public House in Portland Oregon certainly do! It is basically a desert in a pint glass.

Toothpaste

Hmmm, not sure about this one. Is there such a thing as too much chocolate? Well maybe there is and this is probably over the line. Not really sure if I would want the taste of chocolate in my mouth when going to sleep. I think I would prefer a minty freshness from regular toothpastes. This chocolate toothpaste was first introduced back in 2014 by Crest.

Wine

Yep, there is even chocolate wine for the wine lovers out there and for those who aren’t afraid of experimenting with their wines. Although quite rare, chocolate wines are gaining in popularity and are often a favorite when wine tasting.

Supplements

Most people think that supplements are meant to taste boring and dull. But did you know that you can actually get some pretty tasty supplement flavors? Several brand name supplements actually have a chocolate flavor workout supplement.

Soda

This one is super rare with only a handful of places serving chocolate soda in the United States. Does it taste as good as a regular soda? Or is it a big flop? Well there are very mixed reviews on this one so I will have to leave it up to you to try for yourself.

Tea

Well there are chocolate coffees (mocha) so why not chocolate teas? Well there are chocolate teas now and they are more common than you think. Probably the only reason you have never seen them before is because you never knew they existed. They are actually found in most good grocery stores and are generally a blend with black tea.