If the London Underground came in flavours, what would they be? A chocolate firm has tried to answer the question, by creating some bars and slapping a tube logo on the packaging.

Montezuma’s has partnered with the London Transport Museum for a range of chocolate bars inspired by five of the London Underground lines.

According to them, the Central Line has been re-created with dark chocolate and a hint of chilli — probably because commuting on it makes people sweat a lot.

The District Line has been designed with milk chocolate and peppermint.

The Northern Line tastes of dark chocolate and cocoa nibs, the Piccadilly Line boasts milk chocolate and butterscotch bits and lastly, the Victoria Line combines dark chocolate, lime and sea salt.

The unanswered question is what do the other lines taste of?

The Met might be rhubarb and custard? The Jubilee is probably just the tin-foil packaging. Bakerloo? Waterloo and City? Hammersmith and City?

And can we buy them with Oysters?

They’ll be on sale in January in the London Transport Museum, just in time for the diet.



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One comment
  1. John Mac says:

    And the obvious question – if the range was expanded out to include the national rail network, what would Southern Rail taste of?

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