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Pickles are great, we love pickles, but if we had just one complaint it would be that they tend to just lay there when you eat them like some kind of boring old cucumber. You deserve more pizzaz with your pickle! This particularly peculiar pickle-flavored candy explodes in your mouth, releasing pockets of pickle piquancy.
Hate all these pickle puns? Dill with it!
Smart people have all kinds of delicious stuff in their heads! Well, now you can eat it. You can get Edgar Allan Poe, William Shakespeare or Sigmund Freud candy in a book-shaped package. Each wrapper has the face of the genius on it.
The next time you reach for the collected works of William Shakespeare, you might be surprised to find that it's full of lemon-flavored candy!
It looks just like a book, but instead of containing the dark and scary stories of Edgar Allan Poe, it's full of grape-flavored candy decorated with Poe's face!
Instead of containing the world-changing insights and observations of Sigmund Freud, this tiny book is full of banana-flavored candy decorated with Freud's face!
This is food for thinkers! Looks great on a bookshelf.
The future is here! We may not have our own jetpacks just yet, but we do have bacon-flavored carbonated candy that sizzles just like the real thing:
Sizzling Bacon Candy not only tastes like smokey bacon, it also turns your tongue into a frying pan. As soon as you douse your mouth in candy, the sizzling sound makes it seem like you're cooking bacon over a campfire. Except it's in your head and the campfire is your burning passion for bacon (and your saliva which is what activates the candy). Watch this video for a tantalizing demonstration:
Lots of things taste like bacon, but how many sound like bacon? Thanks to this breakthrough in confectionery science, life just got even better for bacon lovers everywhere.
Sometimes there's nothing we like better than a rich bite of cake slathered in sweet frosting.
So many people enjoy cake so very much that USA Today recently published an article by Bruce Horovitz about the trend in birthday cake and frosting-flavored products currently on the market. Included among the products they mentioned was our very own frosting-flavored Cupcake Toothpaste:
Novelty product maker Archie McPhee's Cupcake Toothpaste hit the market in 2011. Spokesman David Wahl says one dad e-mailed his kid's comments to the company: "He says it isn't like he's brushing his teeth anymore — he's frosting them."
Taking care of your pearly whites while enjoying the sweet taste of frosting sounds like a dream come true, which is exactly why we made it happen.Archie McPhee Seattle]