Licking stamps is never the most exciting task but that could all be about to change thanks to an interesting project from the Belgium postal service.
From March the 25th they will begin selling around 500,000 stamps that smell and taste like chocolate when licked.
The range of five stamps each feature a different kind of chocolate and have been printed on a special paper that's coated in a cocoa glue.
At a time when less and less people are using the traditional mail service maybe all it takes is a small bit of chocolate before we're all writing letters again.
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