Le Whif is an amazing way to inhale the taste of chocolate without putting on a single pound, yes that's right no calories!
Simply crack open one of these tiny tubes of tempting tastiness and suck away! A light film of flavour will coat the inside of your mouth (it's non-toxic) and delight your tastebuds, just as if you'd had a nibble of chocolate.
No calories, no pesky wrappers to fumble with, and a delicious chocolate flavour, these are perfect little items to carry around for those moments when you fancy "just a taste". So stick one in your bag when you're on-the-go, and answer those sweet-tooth cravings whenever you like. Whif away!
How does Le Whif Work?
A single puff from Le Whif normally puts about 40 milligrams of chocolate in your mouth. These particles are too large to enter your lungs, but when you breathe, they are directed from the inhaler to the sides of your mouth, creating a taste sensation!
Using Le Whif:
Place Le Whif between your lips, and breathe in gently. Tiny particles of chocolate are picked up by the air stream and enter your mouth, falling onto your tongue. The inhaler sprays particles of chocolate into your mouth and suddenly you have an experience of flavour.
Origins of Le Whif:
Le Whif was invented by David Edwards, a Harvard Professor of Biomedical Engineering, with the help of Michelin-rated chef Thierry Marx. It works by utilising particle engineering, which reduces particles so that they're small enough to be airborne, but too large to enter the lungs.
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