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This Woman Makes Chocolate Look Like Glass

These chocolates look like painted glass and can take up to three days to make. They almost look too good to eat, but the delicious flavors are definitely worth digging into their beautiful exterior. Each bon bon as Stick With Me Sweets is hand-painted with a shiny finish. They are made in small batches because every part of the process needs to be precise — there’s even math involved. They’re also made with a surprise inside, consisting of multiple layers of flavor. Along with their intricate designs, the flavors are also elaborate, with interesting editions to traditional ingredients like black sesame.   They come in all different colors and flavors and each design represents what’s on the inside — their speculoos s’more looks like a torched marshmallow while their bananas foster has little yellow streaks. The flavors are inspired by childhood memories and the season. Each ingredient is sourced locally and ethically around the globe. The sweet shop is located in New York City and Susanna Yoon founded it to create boxes of chocolates made with the same care and attention as Michelin-starred restaurants. Though it has decadent origins, the chocolate is made for everyone to enjoy, so make sure to stop in for a taste if you’re ever in the area.