10 weird sweets you'll want to try anywayBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/10-weird-sweets-youll-want-to-try-anyway
Manufacturers do their best to invent new flavors to surprise consumers. Especially when it comes to sweets: their tastes, shapes, and colors will turn your head.
Pictolic has collected 10 of the strangest sweets from around the world that we secretly want to try for ourselves.
1. Candy with the taste of earwax.
Remember candy in Harry Potter? If you're not afraid to try earwax, soap, dirt, vomit, rotten fish, socks, or beer (and other unusual flavors), Jelly Belly Candy has been making these candies for 150 years.
2. Lollipops with scorpions, worms, and cockroaches.
Hotlix has been making unique insect candies for over 25 years. There are scorpion and ant lozenges, crickets and worms, and bug waffles.
3. Sweets in a urinalysis container.
Candywarehouse makes a lot of absolutely crazy candies. Among them are liquid sour sweets in containers for urine analysis. Manufacturers believe that this candy is best suited for outstanding pranks.
4. Candied violets.
Candied violets are a rare but popular gourmet dessert made and sold by La Violeta in Spain. Unlike regular violet-shaped sweets, La Violeta uses real flowers for her sweets.
5. Ice cream made from cookie dough.
Cookie Dough Confections in New York offers a strange dessert: ice cream-like cookie dough. This is regular cookie dough with various fillings. Manufacturers say the dough is safe. Customers stand in long lines to buy these sweet treats and write rave reviews. However, there are some people who have complained of stomach problems after eating such a treat.
6. Candy in the toilet.
Moko Moko Mokoletto is a somewhat unusual set for making sweets. You need to pour and pour water into a special powder in a plastic toilet bowl. The ingredients are mixed together and you can drink the candy with a straw.
7. Pepsi with ice cream, sweet beans, baobab, and snow cucumbers.
PepsiCo is a world-famous soda manufacturer and loves to surprise its consumers. In addition to unusually colored drinks (including a colorless variation), they often produce a limited collection of the drink. The world has already tasted Pepsi with coffee, tropical fruits, perilla, strawberry, cinnamon, yogurt, pineapple, baobab, sakura, sweet azuki bean, and other flavors.
8. Camel and bull balls.
Although the appearance of these sweets shocks adults, children love this chewing gum with its delicious liquid filling.
9. Kitkat to be baked.
Few of us know that Nestle makes over 200 different KitKat flavors. Chocolates flavored with green tea, brandy, apricot, melon, pumpkin, French salt, beans, soy, sakura, popcorn, and even sake. One of the more interesting options is KitKat, which needs to be baked before being eaten.
10. Chewing gum with flavors of bacon and pickled cucumbers.
Do you think pickle or bacon-flavored gum is delicious? You won't know until you try.