Some of us in the past have imagined reclining in a bath full of warm liquid chocolate, a British bathroom design company have put a slight twist on this indulgent fantasy by creating a 100% chocolate bathroom suite.
The inspiration for the chocolate bathroom suite came from poorly spelled search phrases on the internet, people mistakenly typing ‘bathroom sweets’ instead of ‘bathroom suites’. To highlight this Bathrooms.com have partnered with Choccywoccydoodah to sell the world’s most indulgent bathroom, a life-size, 100% Belgian chocolate bathroom suite.
Online shoppers looking to buy a new bathroom suite are frequently spelling ‘suites’ as ‘sweets’, the third most common spelling mistake in the Plain English Campaign’s top 10 spelling mistakes.
This incredible Belgian chocolate suite is available exclusively on BathroomSweets.com web site, it’s suggested that one shouldn’t attempt to consume the entire suite in one session, and it’s made clear that anyone inquiring should expect a 2-3 month delivery, as they are made fresh to order. The full chocolate suite, based upon the company’s exclusive ‘Maderno’ range, would contain 50kg of Belgian chocolate, equivalent to 9,400,000 calories – 12 years worth of calories for women, and 10 for men. As odd as the following phrase might sound, poor spelling really can make you fat!
The suite was designed by chocolatiers Choccywoccydoodah, the full bath suite will set chocolate-loving customers back £80,000, however items can also be purchased individually, with prices ranging from £7,000 – £50,000:
Full bathroom suite £80,000 (9.4million calories)
Bath tub, £50,000 (8million calories)
Toilet, £14,000 (980,000 calories)
Basin, £9,000 (210,000 calories)
Bidet, £7,000 (210,000 calories)
With a six-month shelf life, the full suite will certainly last for a few dinner parties! But if not eaten, it can be kept at room temperature for years, and an added layer of varnish would preserve the chocolate even longer. Choccywoccydoodah advise that it would only melt if left in direct sunshine, by a radiator, or came into contact with hot liquids. Extravagant bathrooms and baths have been around for a long time: hotel champagne baths can be ordered for £25,000 at London’s Cadogan Hotel, and the world’s most expensive bathroom made entirely out of gold and precious jewels is worth £2.4 million.