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You'll soon be able to buy tube-inspired chocolate bars

Kyra Hanson

Finally, the chocolate to satisfy every train geek's sweet tooth is here. That's right, a series of chocolate bars inspired by the Underground is on its way to the London Transport Museum. They've been designed by Montezuma's in partnership with the museum, and come in five tube-inspired flavours. 

The excessively hot (and most delayed) Central line chocolate comes with a hint of chilli, while the District line is peppermint flavoured. The germ-ridden Northern line, with the most badly behaved passengers features dark chocolate peppered with cocoa nips, while the more jovial Piccadilly line includes creamy milk chocolate with sweet butterscotch bits, and the Victoria line's dark chocolate bar features zesty lime and sea salt. Make of that what you will. 

Individual bars are priced at £3.99, a collection of all five is £14.99 and a Truffle Box (truffles in the signature flavours) is £14.99.

You can pick up your tube chocolate from the London Transport Museum shop and from Jan 2017.

And if that's not enough to satisfy your transport geek needs, you can now play Scrabble in the TfL font.


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