8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With...
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8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With... by United Indecent Pleasures

The first product from new erotic brand United Indecent Pleasures is an eight-inch chocolate penis that oozes fondant cream.

8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With... by United Indecent Pleasures

The filling comes in six fruit and liqueur flavours, and there's a firmer chocolate fondant in the base.

8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With... by United Indecent Pleasures

The company was founded by publicist Angelica de Millet, who met graphic designer David Ruiz and architect-turned-chocolatier Michel Laline while working at Laline's company Chocolat Factory.

8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With... by United Indecent Pleasures

Chocolat Factory produced the chocolate moustaches that were bestsellers at our Christmas pop-up The Temporium.

8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With... by United Indecent Pleasures

Apparently they're working on chocolate breasts next.

8 Inches of Dark Chocolate Cock Filled With... by United Indecent Pleasures

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The brand

United Indecent Pleasures is a top brand of hedonistic products that have been designed to unite several pleasures, with the purpose of multiplying the sensorial experiences of those who dare try them. Today we are pleased to present you with the first in a collection of perverse, sophisticated, ironic and transgressive objects of desire, perfect for people who can resist anything but temptation.

The product

To launch United Indecent Pleasures, its first product aims to fuse together two of humankind’s most venerated pleasures: sex and chocolate. It does so with a perverse black chocolate cock that is filled with perverse fluids and stimulating liqueur: 8 inches of dark chocolate cock filled with...

Handmade with cocoa from Grenada, our sublime cocks are individually handcrafted using a technique that results in a solid enough consistency to allow the product to be transported, whilst not compromising the subtlety and finesse required to enjoy an erotic experience – a delicacy worthy of the gods.

The filling

Each cock has a double filling: The lower part of the enormous cock (from the waist down, so to speak) is filled with a fine chocolate fondant that has a sensual texture conceived to melt in the mouth, or any other part of the body, and that is remarkably delicate and smooth.

The upper part of the handsome member is filled with a sensorial treasure, the colour and texture of which is remarkably similar to a real man's fluid, with the advantage that these boast a range a different flavours that are nearly as exotic and surprising as the real thing.

Choose from 6 varieties: Fresh mint fondant, Valencia orange fondant, Williams Pear liqueur fondant, Mozart chocolate liqueur fondant, Cointreau liqueur fondant and Irish coffee liqueur fondant.

The hand made production

8 inches of dark chocolate cock filled with... are made in the Chocolat Factory workshop in Sant Cugat del Vallés,
Barcelona. The Maitre chocolatier Michel Laline team, are made by hand and with top quality natural ingredients. Chocolat Factory uses cocoa cultivated on a number of plantations where fair trade and education for children are promoted.

The packaging

United Indecent Pleasures has designed a special packaging system with biodegradable materials, to keep your fabulous cock in perfect condition.

Brand designer

The United indecent Pleasures design has been created for the visual pleasure, being able to manage to produce an ocular orgasm in retinas specially sensitive to the beauty. The brand design is work of the studio Ruiz+company in Barcelona. The well known graphic designer David Ruiz has received many international rewards for his projects.

Brand creator

Angelica de Millet is the creator of United Indecent Pleasures, a brand that incites the celebration of life through sophisticated, ironic and perverse products, created for pleasure. Born in Barcelona she is the granddaughter of financier Fèlix Millet Maristany (Catalan nationalist and cultural sponsor) and Montserrat Tusell (naturalist guru and one of the driving forces of yoga amongst 1950s Catalan intellectuals). As a young girl, Angelica was unaware of the fact that not everybody had a labyrinth in their garden, and her childhood was filled with all kinds of daily pleasures and refined customs that over time encouraged her interest in hedonism.

Her professional career began when she was only fourteen, when her father, after squandering the family fortune in record time on Aston Martins, left the family home for a Russian translator. Her mother, a glamorous, party-loving and hedonistic woman, opened a restaurant to “put food on the table for her children”. That’s when Mittus was born, the only restaurant in the world where those in charge knew for sure that the hamburgers were made with real steak. In a setting not unlike a Chicago club from the 20s, Angelica worked as a chef, creating her firsts sensorial experiments with her Big Aphrodisiac Cup and the Sensorial Sausage. She also showed her interest in the pleasures of the soul through her artistic creativity, she’d make erotically shaped dishes with Russian salad or papier mâché models of favourite clientele that after a while she’d turn into puppets and try to sell. This period marked the beginning of an exciting professional life, destined for utter economic failure, working as an illustrator, writer, comic book artist, screen writer and puppet theatre interpreter, comic poem writer, herbalist and scent creator, multi- textured jam maker, failed peasant, cat tamer (obviously an impossible mission) and specialist tomato farmer.

Finally, she found a modus vivendi as a publicist, hiding her identity under the pseudonym nenenfree. As a result of her work for the company Chocolat Factory, with the ingenious graphic designer David Ruiz, her passion for design and her fascination with chocolate was born. This marked the starting point of United Indecent Pleasures and its first product, the 8 Inch Dark Chocolate Cock.

Brand manager

People call me Maximus Delectae, a nickname I gain for being a neurotic, trisexual, gourmet hedonist. I’m obsessed with pleasure in all its shapes and forms, and even more so with the idea of sharing it. With my alter ego Angelica de Millet, I’ve created United Indecent Pleasures, a brand of products dedicated to lovers of pleasure and the good life. Ahhh... a life surrounded by beauty where ordinary things such as effort, sausages or plastic garden furniture cease to exist... a life in which when you wake up in the morning, you have no aches and pains... a leisurely life where you lounge around on your Louis XV chaise longue in a small palace decorated by Peter Greenaway, in the company of three ephebes that are fighting over my endowment while our parts are becoming as big as the price of our stock market shares and a beautiful virgin pours us a glass of Armand Brignac. At our feet Grimonde, an adorable Big Splash of nervous tongue, plays with the imperial pink granite box holding our indecent diamond Iphone and on its screen we watch this excellent Fellini sequence* that expresses with impeccable precision the spirit of United Indecent Pleasures.


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  • Wahoo

    Looks tasty!

  • evan

    yummy!

  • guest

    theres a market for that

  • https://www.facebook.com/vanelsen.e Evelien Van Elsen

    must-have

  • http://www.facebook.com/pedroark3 Pedro Sabino

    WTF?! xD

  • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

    With Mother's Day coming, and is *this* the kind of gift ideas Dezeen has in mind? o_O

  • Myork

    Yummy!

  • seth

    yum! reminds me that i'm human :)

  • https://www.facebook.com/KierreH Kierre Hodges

    Who had the bright idea to put this smut on the dezeen website? Get this junk out of here!

  • Chris

    Yeah… I'd really appreciate it if Dezeen could use an ounce or two of discretion when they decide what to flagrantly display here. I'm having to become more cautious everytime I check Dezeen in a somewhat public space..

    • Nobel Laurette

      yeah but do you like it?!

  • FLW

    *yawn*

    Insipid and uninspired. Fairly sure your local adult bookstore has carried a similar product for decades now. Why exactly is this considered design? Largely because it is overpriced, I would wager

    • Shii

      Yes, adult shops do carry chocolate penises, but this is the most well designed one I’ve seen, and it oozes the creme instead of just being chocolate. The shape and design is really well crafted. Usually the people who make this sort of thing don’t put this much effort into it.

  • Vasco

    I wonder when they'll have a white chocolate version.

    • cheeks

      lol, do you then only eat vanilla?

  • Alex

    Wheres the white chocolate one?

  • dick c

    I can see how some people would be offended. Perhaps some sort of "plain brown wrapper" on the main page could serve as warning.

    I look forward to the breasts.

  • fivedollarshake

    because eating a banana isn't enough?? ^^..

  • http://architecture-art-thoughts-travel.tumblr.com/ Bill

    Do you think the white chocolate version will be, on average, slightly smaller?

  • Heavenaiport

    Why is there a picture of my junk on dezeen? Btw the last image is pointing at David Chipperfield's head.

    • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

      never aim at the hair! :P

  • heavenairport

    I love that comments on here have to be approved over sensitivities of taste and decency.

    Lol… I said "taste" !

  • ryan

    crude and disgusting! keep it in the privacy of your own home.

  • Fromageplus

    Infinite elegance. Great taste. Highly stylish. I agree one could think this is "funny", but apart from being funny-ha-ha, there's no interest. Come on, can't we make things better everyday, smarter everyday, more elegant everyday ? Are we always supposed to get hilarious or liberated from bourgeois decency ? Bad taste used to be hype and funny in the punk era. That was in the 70's. Wake up.

  • Tom

    Fancy some Chococklate ?!

  • wm ngutter

    i don’t know what is funnier, the fact that this was posted on may 8 (ate) or that i am reading this on Wednesday a.k.a. ‘hump day’… sigh

  • Mert

    Nobody seems to mention the racist undertones of this gimmick.

    • Juan Galicia

      Oh common :p , its chocolate, its BROOOWN :p , not really any racist undertones imho.

  • kle

    So, will nuns cut the chocolates in pieces?

  • Rich

    A gift for motherday, 2012 doomsday pleasure. I'll stop and leave this design to the feminine crits.

  • Diego

    Seriously!
    Is this meant to be design or just whimsical marketing?!

    Dezeen – I have a 10 year old daughter who views this site for it's creative content, so thanks for the smut!

  • WDP

    Still a better love story than Twilight.

  • Zino

    I can think of several friends for whom this would be an ideal gift. And good for dezeen to be, erm, open to a design-rich product like this.

  • Clara

    oh so predictable and way 'over-wrapped'…

  • Indian Ad Divas

    ain't creative at all. :(

    the packaging is work indeed!!

  • rhetoric adverse

    the 'piece' seems more a story of the company creator than of the imagery which has so aroused sentiments here. most of the disparaging commentary appears to be banal-American prude…. the publisher is European (errrrr, English-based) and they live differently than us. diversity = good, so if you don't like what you see, look away or go tag-along behind Rush.

  • xtiaan@hotmail.com

    omg people actually calling this smut, its like they havent SEEN the rest of the internet!

    cute design on the packaging, look closely people, its yet more “smut”

  • meh

    ahhhh bring on the breast :D

  • Chris

    This is seriously not good. Dezeen, you really do need to think about your content, especially as so many people look up to you. Not cool.

  • chunkbutler

    What temperature does it melt at and how hard is it in reality? Can it actually be inserted into a vagina without breaking/melting? That’s what we designers want to know.

  • Al Sean vittor

    Stop being so 1940s, people. At the end of the day creativity is creativity. I bet your children know more about any thing than you imagine they know.

  • Some Chick

    This is why society is deplorable. Not for what they’re showing, but how coddled and “Oh my god!” people get over things anymore.

    It’s chocolate for one. Chocolate is still an art form, and in most cases a dying art for the proper balance of tempering it to make a final product have that glossy sheen to dusty matte.

    Two, seriously, stop babying children. There is the Internet. As someone else said, I’m sure your children are smarter than you would presume to believe on what they know or don’t. You’re going to have “the talk” eventually, why be so ashamed of the human form and it’s anatomical attachments?

    Three: smut? REALLY? Again see two. The Internet. We’re bombarded daily by smut on television in the form of media gore and violence, of atrocities and everything else under the sun, but you’re crying about a chocolate wang on the ‘net. Grow up. Seriously.

  • Kitten

    Would they ever make a chocolate vagina?