Candy Corn…with flavour?

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Halloween has been and gone… many treats were eaten and many new candies came out in celebration.
Originally know as Opal Fruits, Starburst are unexplainably juicy fruit flavoured taffy like cuboid shaped candies. Packed with fruit juice to keep the mouth watering for more. Introduced by Mars in 1959, the name was picked by Peter Pfeffer in a competition that won him £5.Starburst has now brought out in the USA, a fruit flavoured candy corn. Made into the traditional candy corn shape, they consist the flavours of cherry, orange, strawberry and lemon. A truly juicy and tasty experience.
What is candy corn?

Candy corn is a confection in the United States and Canada, popular primarily around Halloween. Candy corn was created in the 1880s by George Renninger. The three colors of the candy – a broad yellow end, a tapered orange center, and a pointed white tip – mimic the appearance of kernels of corn. They are made primarily from sugar, corn syrup, wax, artificial coloring and binders.

Some people think that normal candy corn tastes like over the top vanilla and can become quite sickly, however these are a different type of candy corn…

Starburst has mimic the same colouring with theirs except each section has its own juicy flavour that bursts in the mouth when you take a bite. Each candy corn piece is differently layered with each flavour to create different flavour combinations whilst chewing. The have the same texture and waxy feel as normal candy corn, but the flavours beats over the top vanilla hands down. The flavours are strong and each can be identified from one another. Each balance one another out beautifully when combined together. Lemon creates a long zingy after taste, but is pleasant and not sickly at all. These will easily get eaten during a party. Easily munchable.

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