Wohlfarth Schokolade
Owner - Christoph Wohlfarth

Vinyl Record made of Chocolate - Trude Herr "I do not want chocolate"

Brand: Wohlfarth Schokolade

Seller: Wohlfarth Schokolade Berlin

€16.00
incl. VAT + Shipping to Germany €5.99
or free collection in store

80 g ( 20 € / 100 g )

Wohlfarth Schokolade
Owner - Christoph Wohlfarth

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  • Playable on a record player
  • Music pressed onto chocolate
  • 80g

Playable chocolate vinyl record.

As early as the beginning of the twentieth century, Stollwerck and Edison developed the chocolate phonograph, which was able to play children's songs from small chocolate coins.

The actual inventor is Peter Lardong, a hobbyist from Berlin, who created approximately 60,000 singles in the 80s together with a chocolate company.

In 2006, I revived this great idea. And now I am the only person in Germany to produce different hand-made singles in my own Berlin chocolate manufactory "Wohlfarth chocolate."

And this is how it works: Place in the refrigerator for about 5 minutes. Then, carefully remove from the slipcase and plastic cover and place onto turntable. Important: Adjust the weight of the pickup arm to light (if it is too heavy, the needle will scratch the single), choose 45 rotations per minute and let the music play!

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Wohlfarth Schokolade
( No online delivery for German area during Summer )

Chocolate manufacturer with organic quality – Wohlfarth Schokolade The Wohlfarth Schokolade chocolate shop is popular for its edible handicraft artistry. In his Berlin chocolate factory with elaborate handwork, Christoph Wohlfahrth transforms raw materials from organic agriculture into small works of art.

 Wohlfarth values sustainability – out of love for the environment The self-evident claim of Wohlfarth Schokolade is to offer its products at the best organic quality.

But, the chocolate manufacturer goes one step further: Wohlfarth Schokolade avoids using plastic in its packaging as much as possible and sends its products in a climate-friendly way with DHL GoGreen.

The company regulates its monetary transactions through the Ökobank GLS Gemeinschaftsbank (Germany’s most sustainable company in 2012), the electricity for the chocolate manufacturer stems from the green electricity provider Lichtblick.

The packages of the products are sustainable and are made of either FSC certified or recycled paper as well as cellophane (transparent plastic film made of cellulose).

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