These days we have a plethora of options at our disposal whenever we need to send a message to someone - from email to messaging apps. Whilst those methods are all well and good, sometimes certain messages deserve a little more effort and thought. That just happens to be the thinking behind our latest Startup of the Week.
Morse Toad is an innovative new service which sends messages made of chocolate. Yep. You read that right. Chocolate messages.
Whether you want to say Happy Birthday, Sorry or something entirely more personal, you can. The words you select are turned into fab handmade Belgian chocolate letters and then delivered by good old fashioned post to your lucky recipient.
And let’s face it - who wouldn’t like to receive a personalised chocolate message in the post? It’d make a change from the usual bills and junk mail that most of us are greeted with each day.
However Morse Toad isn’t just about creating chocolate messages for individuals, the service can also be used to create bespoke messages for events, wedding favours or corporate gifts. Endless possibilities!
It’s still relatively early days for this startup but we reckon they’re on to a good thing.
After all, our love affair with chocolate may have started with the Mayans and the Aztecs but it’s certainly showing no signs of abating!
Go check Morse Toad out for yourself - like us you'll probably think it's sweet! *groan*
Like finding out about innovative startups? Why not check out our previous Startup of the Week?
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