Oh boy, edible geometry. But in order to eat one of Sugar Lab's 3D-printed sour or peppermint candies, you must first be able to answer multiple choice questions about what the cube with the sphere at its right side and the...what's that, a dodecagon?...sitting on top of it would look like if structure were rotated 90 degrees clockwise and flipped vertically. Ah, candy and math. When love and hate collide.
The 3D-printed candies, made by Sugar Lab and sold through 3D printing hub Cubify, come in blended neon colors with a sour apple flavor, or all white and infused with peppermint. I think eating them would probably taste exactly like gnawing on a sugar cube, which is just fine with me.
3D-printed candy is a top Dude Gift for a Kid pick.