Chocolate Megalodon Tooth

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Currently available at The Edible Museum Crowd Funding site only

Product Description

At a whopping 14 cms long, this razor sharp tooth is an accurate replica of a real fossil in high quality, hand-finished dark chocolate

The Megalodon shark was probably the most terrifying creature to ever inhabit our oceans, reaching lengths of up to 18m.

The chocolate bit:
These beasts are made in Satongo, 72% dark chocolate. Created from fine, aromatic cocoa beans from Africa and producing a well rounded flavour profile with a long finish, notes of red fruits, herbs and Bourbon vanilla.


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Additional Information

Weight 0.120 kg
Dimensions 14 x 12 x 2.5 cm

Belgian Dark chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, emulsifier: soya lecithin, natural vanilla. Surface Decoration: Shellac (solid 25%), Pharmaceutical grade alcohol (Industrial Methylated Spirits), Colours: E133, E104*, E124*
*May have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children


We are currently shipping within 2 working days of receiving cleared payment.
Due to the nature of our products we would sometimes prefer to delay posting during hot weather. If this is the case we will contact you directly.

1 review for Chocolate Megalodon Tooth

  1. 5 out of 5


    I ordered in December 2015, from Detroit, USA. It was a gift for my bf, and he loved it. It came in nice packaging, and wasn’t damaged at all. I was worried it would melt or something on the way there. The cold winter might have helped prevent that as well. The tooth looks really cool, I should have taken a picture of it before he took a big bite! haha
    I’m writing this review a year later, so I don’t remember how long it took to ship, but I remember thinking it was normal for an overseas package. Chocolate was delicious, and it definitely looked like a dinosaur tooth. I don’t think it was quite as finely detailed (especially in the textures) as the picture, but it was still very very realistic.

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