China: Stamps with Pork flavor

To celebrate the Chinese year of the pig beginning 18-February-2007, China has released a set of sweet and sour flavored post stamps. When you scratch the stamp it will release the flavor of this typical and well known Chinese dish. It was reported that when you lick the back of the stamps you can also get a taste of this dish.

No information on the number of calories per stamp or if it actually contains pork was available.


img Pork flavored stamps



















via: Metro.co.uk

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