Scent artist Peter de Cupere, in collaboration with Inge Lijnen and Patrick Mertens of Boon The Chocolate Experience in Belgium, has launched Cocoa 5 Senses Eau de Chocolat, a new chocolate perfume you can eat, bottle and all.
COCOA 5 SENSES Artist Peter de Cupere developed in cooperation with Patrick Mertens and Inge lijnen van Boon The Chocolate Experience a chocolate perfume bottle in the shape of a cocoa bean. In the chocolate perfume bottle you find the scent ‘Cocoa 5 Senses’, an ‘Eau de Cocoa’ which can be dispersed on the skin as an edible perfume. The starting point are the 5 senses. The shape and structure are observed by the sight and touch, the taste by the feast of the delicious Belgian fine chocolate and the smell in intensely discernible thanks to the ‘Eau de Cocoa’ with the name ‘Cocoa 5 Senses’. The sound of the crunch of the bottle between the teeth, but also the expression of the emotions complete the fifth sense. Besides this, the perfume bottle also symbolises the story of ‘Bean to Chocolate’. The design is based on the drawing ‘Scent of Cocoa’ of 2011 drawn and designed by Peter de Cupere.
Cocoa 5 Senses Eau de Chocolat is currently available at Boon The Chocolate Experience, and can be ordered at the Cocoa 5 Senses website starting on the 30th of this month. The cost for the large size (a 20 cm high bottle, which holds about 50 sprays) is €69.
(via press release)