Chocolate—Straight From the Tap

Chocolate—Straight From the Tap

A gizmo that pours an endless stream of chocolate at parties or weddings

Eva Recinos
  • 29 january 2016

It sounds more like a contraption from a fictional world than a real-world gadget: a tap that pours out liquid chocolate in endless amounts. But the Chocolate Tap is very real and it could make your company party, wedding, or chocolate appreciators get-together that much better.

Created by the team behind Lick Me I’m Delicious—a company known for its gastronomic experimentations with decadent twist—the Chocolate Tap melts chocolate and delivers it at the user’s desired temperature.


The company describes the magical machine as holding an endless supply of chocolates. It’s perfect for drizzling chocolate over appetizers, full meals or desserts. No judgment here: if you want to just pour the chocolate straight into your mouth, that works, too. As the website explains, the Chocolate Tap is meant for all kinds of foodie hedonism:

“A machine of epic proportions, the everlasting Chocolate Tap produces a continuous flow of perfectly tempered chocolate for you to smear all over your face, or eat through your mouth. Your choice. Served on a droplet spoon, each serving is garnished with a twist of fresh flavoring and some sprinkles—all you need to make your event taste bing-bong delicious.”

The Chocolate Tap takes less than an hour to set up. Although the conditions of just how it can produce so much chocolate are quite mysterious, that perhaps adds more to the amazing sorcery of the device.

like me I'm delicious chocolate tap

You can order the tap machine in a variety of chocolate variations, dubbed droplets:

Salted Caramel Cookie, Fresh Strawberries, Strawberry Marshmallow, Salted Caramel Popping Candy, Chocolate Fudge, Strawberry Meringue and Salted Caramel Praline Pecan.

Chocolate Tap

+Lick Me I’m Delicious

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