Sweet of taste of freedom: Chocolate Berlin Wall destroyed

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, left, and his creative assistant Angelo Dao, right, destroy a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to m...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, left, and his creative assistant Angelo Dao, right, destroy a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to m...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, center, destroys a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, center, destroys a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, center left, destroys a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall o...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, center left, destroys a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall o...

People pick up some pieces of a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, by French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, in Paris, Saturday, Nov. 9, 201...

People pick up some pieces of a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, by French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, in Paris, Saturday, Nov. 9, 201...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, center, destroys a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the...

French chocolate maker Patrick Roger, center, destroys a reproduction of the Berlin wall in chocolate, to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the...

PARIS (AP) — So this is what freedom tastes like.

A French chocolate sculptor celebrated the 30th anniversary Saturday of the opening of the Berlin Wall by taking a hammer to a chocolate replica of the infamous barrier, distributing the sweet chunks to applauding bystanders.

Patrick Roger said it felt "amazing to share the taste, the values and a certain wind of liberty."

Just as Berliners smashed chunks out of the concrete wall, Roger and an assistant attacked the replica with gusto, quickly smashing a hole with their hammers.

Made with 200 kilos (440 pounds) of chocolate, the wall scrawled with the words "freedom" and, in German, "I am a Berliner!" was then brought crashing down onto the pavement in front of Roger's chocolate store in Paris, shattering into hundreds of pieces.