Get Moderately Drunk on These Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate? Yes, please. Alcohol? Yep, that too. And now you can have both together with Vosges Chocolate's Mash Bill Truffles, which satisfies our love of cacao AND our appreciation for booze by masterfully combining the two into one mouth-watering collection.

The secret ingredient is a perfect balance of grist—the fermented starch extracted from ground grain—which adds a distinctly malty and peppery taste. How's that for a slice of fried gold

Each pack of nine contains two scotch, two whiskey, two bourbon, and three stout truffles. Alongside the boozy tastes are hints of tart cherry, tobacco, coconut, caramel, and toasted pecans. The collection, in total, contains less than 5% alcohol—which should ease any concerns about gorging to the point of intoxication.

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and generally supports gorging to the point of anything.