Eating chocolates is a guilty pleasure: they are delicious but also have a great caloric intake. However, there are digital chocolates: sensory experience without actually ingesting anything .
This is the case of Muziekbonbon .
What is a digital flavor?
Actually, the operation of the digital chocolate is very simple: it is enough to insert the chocolate (device) in the mouth, and a cable has been inserted into it. When biting into it, we actually bite into a piezoelectric strip (which vibrates when it is passed through by an electric current) that is inside the chocolate .
The consumer can then hear the faint bone-induction sound of a piano that resonates in the jaw and reaches the inner ear. It doesn’t really take away hunger – it just provides a sensory experience .
In other words, a digital hottie doesn’t really taste like anything. In fact, calling him hottie is just a concession. It is not even marketed, but rather administered at some events , such as one held by Dutch pianist Karin van der Veen , in the Netherlands.