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NANCY CARR * Spring is finally here, and the holy people are out smelling the grass in the meadow. It’s the perfect time to have a Monkberry Moon Delight chocolate, courtesy of the folks at Imagine Chocolate. Appropriately, it has plenty of nuts. And it’s part of the “Sir Paul” assortment, of course.
If you’re not feeling that much sweetness, you could try something from the White Album assortment.
But you’ll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle.
[Note: I found these by happenstance while looking up the lyrics to “Monkberry Moon Delight” online. Because, yes, that’s the kind of hopelessly Ram-loving geek I am. So this isn’t an endorsement, paid or otherwise, just a window into the kind of merch the Fabs are still inspiring.]
That “White Album” assortment is my kind of Beatles merch indeed! Since it’s a double album, they really should do a 2nd one containing flavours titled “Honey Pie” (obvious), “Sexy Sadie” (curry), “Ob-la-di Ob-la-da” (oblate at the bottom, huh huh) and, of yes, “Wild Honey Pie” (same as the first with some alcohol in it).
How about the Abbey Road Assortment – Creme Together, Mean Mr Custard, Here Comes the Fudge, and Caramel That Weight.