In English the legendary restaurants fast-food chains have emerged dishes of cookies and chocolate. For example, guests KFC can enjoy a coffee, and after drinking to eat glass.
In fast food restaurants KFC in England began to make refreshing drink in the extraordinary glasses. Fashionable chain eateries as one moves to attract visitors decided to use the glasses that you can eat.
And already instead of cardboard tableware in KFC pour the coffee in a glass, made from original cookies, which turns into sugar paper, and then covered with a layer of heat-resistant white chocolate, which feature the classic logo of the company, shall notify the Mirror. The newspaper informs that due to the original technology, originally dishes to drink hard, not melt in your hands and not deformed, but over time it starts to melt and actually eat.
According to the calculations of the developers unusual dishes, she should be ready to use at the same time, when the client has already finished his own coffee. Interesting Cup was created in conjunction with the company The Robin Collective, which has been creating experimental dishes.
Adept companies Brandy Wright announced that the new glasses are completely edible and are impregnated with natural flavors. "Not only have we created an edible Cup with amazing taste, but also imbued them smells", - he stressed.
"We have infiltrated the Cup smells environmental aromas of wild flowers, freshly cut grass and even coconut sunscreen," said Wright. He said that were applied directly to these scents because they can arouse memories of warm weather, summer vacations and holidays. "These memories make the inhabitants of our planet to smile," explained Wright.
Adept KFC, also said that the company has dared to experiment with edible packaging, but does not intend to introduce this practice in restaurants around the world. Jocelyn Bynoe stressed that to date, the network has introduced a product to the market in limited quantities, in order to monitor the reaction of the buyers.
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