May 17, 2012

Irvine Chocolatiers Build A 9-Ton Chocolate Mayan Temple, Break Guinness World Record
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Food & Beverage

Here’s something to make you pause and wonder: What am I doing with my life?

That’s because you are not the chocolatiers at Qzina Specialty Foods in Irvine. They did what no man has done before, which is build an 18,239-pound ancient Mayan temple out of chocolate.

It took the team more than 400 hours to create the massive cavity-inducer, which we really hope stays away from the sun.

The masterpiece not only accurately captures the intricacies of an authentic Mayan temple down to the exact number of steps, but it broke the Guinness World Record for largest chocolate structure, surpassing the previous record by more than 7,500 pounds.
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