Now you can give your loved one a life-sized chocolate human heart for Valentine’s Day

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If your Valentine is a little on the quirky side, then we’ve found them the perfect gift for February 14.

Forget about buying a dozen red roses or a box of chocolates and opt instead for this stunningly realistic life-sized human heart made from chocolate.

Made from either milk, white or dark chocolate, unlike the real thing, the chocolate heart is hollow.

Nothing says I love you like a chocolate human heart (Credit: Edible Museum)

However, maker Sarah Hardy of the Edible Museum told us that many people decide not to eat their chocolate hearts.

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Instead, they display them under a glass dome – and we’re sure the hearts make a real talking point.

The human heart is gorgeous and was a perfect Valentine’s surprise for my beloved.

Made from thick chocolate and hand-painted, the realistic-looking hearts have a flat back and were originally sculpted on a real pigs’ heart.

Will you choose milk, dark or white chocolate? (Credit: Edible Museum)

Sarah revealed milk chocolate is the most popular option, with all the hearts priced at £25 plus postage each.

You can pick one up here.

The hearts – which weigh in at 180g – have been popular with doctors and horror fans, Sarah told us.

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“The human heart is gorgeous and was a perfect Valentine’s surprise for my beloved,” said one fan.”

They added: “Totally unique and an unusual Valentine’s gift.”

Another said: “My girlfriend loves it so much, she still hasn’t eaten it. She just admires it. Perhaps one day I may get a taste but for now she enjoys the beautiful and exquisite realism of the heart.”

The hearts come carefully gift wrapped (Credit: Edible Museum)

I ordered the chocolate Human Heart for my wife who is a nurse and I am a giant horror fan. It sits in my refrigerator untouched as nobody wants to destroy it by eating it,” said another fan.

Would you like to receive one of the hearts on Valentine’s Day? Tell us on our Facebook page @EntertainmentDailyFix.

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor

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