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Airheads White Mystery

Airheads are American taffy-like candies that come in bright colors and various flavors (watermelon, apple, cherry, etc.). The most exciting flavor of those sweet and sticky candies is the one called White Mystery. First of all, it doesn't have a food dye added so it is colorless (the other flavors are colored with food dye additions). Secondly, the flavor comes from…the leftovers! Everything that wasn't used is mixed together and makes Airheads White Mystery Flavor! 1)

Tootsie Rolls

New Yorker Leo Hirshfield is the creator of Tootsie Rolls. The candy was first introduced in 1896 and called Tootsie after the nickname of Leo's daughter. 2)

Ronald Reagan loved jelly beans

Ronald Reagan developed a love for jelly beans after he started eating them to get rid of his smoking habit. During his presidential inauguration in 1981, Jelly Belly delivered and served over three tons of jelly beans. 3)


Gum is a hydrophobic material, meaning it doesn't dissolve in water. 4)

Insect candies

Hotlix has been making unique candies with insects inside for over 25 years. There are lollipops with scorpions and ants, crickets, bugs in chocolate, and waffles with bugs. You can also try crickets flavored with cream and onions. 5).

Violet candy

Violet candy is a rare but popular sweet treat produced and sold by La Violeta in Spain. Unlike regular candies in the color and shape of violets, La Violeta uses real flowers to make their sweets. 6)

KitKat for baking

Nestle makes over 200 different flavors of KitKat bars. Chocolates that taste like green tea, brandy, apricot, melon, pumpkin, French salt, beans, soy, sakura, fried corn, and even sake are just some of the many offerings from Nestle. One of the most interesting varieties is KitKat Bake, which you must bake before eating. 7)

Oreo flavors

In addition to the classic, world-famous Oreo cookies, their manufacturer also makes cookies with flavors like ice cream, pumpkin and cinnamon, peppermint, strawberry, coconut, peanut butter, and jam. Customers can also try limited-edition cookies with beer and cheeseburger-flavored fillings. 8)

Vosges Haut-Chocolat

American company Vosges Haut-Chocolat makes amazing chocolates and truffle sweets with pieces of real bacon, mushrooms, smoked salt, chopped ginger, wasabi, rose petals, exotic spices, and other unusual additions. 9)

First appeared in Egypt

The first candies appeared in Egypt. At that time sugar was not yet known, so they were produced from dates and honey. The East produced them from almonds and figs and in Rome, they were made from boiled nuts of poppy seeds and honey. 10)

Chocolate medicine

Chocolate in the 16th century was treated as medicine in Europe. 11)

Different candies for different people

What does the candy say about you? Introverted people eat candies with sour filling. Optimistic people eat chocolate, and thoughtful people eat mint candies. 12)


The most famous sweets are pralines. The recipe was created in 1663. They were prepared on a special occasion for the French ambassador to Germany. Record numbers are sold in Germany and Switzerland. 13)

Largest gummi bear

The largest gummi bear in the world weighs five pounds. It's five-and-a-half inches tall and three-and-a-half inches deep and has a total of 12,000 calories. 14)

Chupa Chups in space

Chupa Chups lollipops have been dubbed space candies. In 1995, Russian cosmonauts had their candy shipped from the ground. The flight centers determined that the best choice would be these lollipops. The cosmonauts were filmed eating the lollipops and achieving fame on Earth and in space. 15)

Unusual flavors from Finland

Among the unusual candies are Finnish, because they are not sweet, but in other flavors. Finns make them sour, salty for beer, and even petroleum-flavored. 16)

Weird Japanese candy flavors

The Japanese make octopus candy, meat-flavored ice cream, jellyfish caramels, or chocolate-covered cuttlefish. 17)

candies.txt · Last modified: 2022/09/15 02:10 by aga