Mazda’s chocolate classics are the perfect Valentine’s Day gift

It’s Valentine’s Day, and this year a set of chocolates by Mazda has suddenly jumped into the top spot for our most wanted present list. The company has created a set of eight delicious looking chocolate bars, each with a differently historic car drawn on it in great detail.

The set reflects nearly a century of Mazda vehicles. From beginning earliest to most recent, they are a 1931 Type DA, 1960 Mazda R360 Coupe, 1967 Cosmo Sport, 1980 Familia, 1989 Roadster, 1991 787B Le Mans winner, 2019 Mazda 3, and the Iconic SP concept released last year. They come wrapped in a beautiful red box as well.

Like past Mazda confectionary creations, this is likely a one-off set that is not for sale. They just love teasing us. It will probably join last year’s scale Mazda Miata made out of chocolate in some kind of bespoke candy purgatory. At least that spares us the agony of deciding whether to eat it or not. Happy Valentine’s Day from JNC.

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3 Responses to Mazda’s chocolate classics are the perfect Valentine’s Day gift

  1. Fred Langille says:

    How many miles to the calorie do they get individually?????

  2. Jim Simpson says:

    Well they are lovely…

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