You probably must be sifting through your usual candy flavor’s you see in a shop. Maybe you’ll be wanting to try something new, exciting, fresh and weird. Here’s a list of really weird candy flavors we could find online that took crazy and weird to another level.
Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans
via- Opie’s Candy Store
This is a pretty familiar treat, but we thought it deserved the number 1 spot because rather than just looking or feeling gross, some flavors of these candies from the magical Harry Potter universe are actually supposed to taste disgusting.
The notoriously worst flavors? Grass, black pepper, dirt, sausage, earwax, soap, booger, vomit, and rotten egg. Taste at your own peril!
One more stop in Japan, folks. As many may know, Japan is famous for its hundreds of quirky Kit Kats with unusual flavors, from the scrumptiously novel green tea to the stranger but still sweet red bean flavor. But would you try a wasabi Kit Kat?
Spicy candies aren’t unique to Japan, or even a new concept, but a wasabi candy bar certainly sounds like it’s not for the faint-hearted.
Crime Scene Candy Tubes
Most people don’t want bodily fluids anywhere near their candy, which is what makes this novelty Halloween treat especially horrifying.
Crime scene candy tubes look exactly like they sound – sealed plastic forensic tubes filled with “saliva,” “blood,” and “urine” (!!!) samples. Or more accurately, sweet syrups in apple, red, and lemonade flavors.
Box of Boogers Gummy Candy
Like urine samples, we prefer not to think of boogers and candy in the same sentence. That hasn’t stopped the makers of Box of Boogers candy from creating squishy green gummy candies made to look like something you’ve picked out of your nose.
If the texture isn’t enough to make you scream, check out the three distinct flavors: Snottermelon, Sour Green Boogy, and Lemon Loogy. Please make it stop!
Sour Flush Candy Toilets
We’ll depart from weird candy flavors for a moment to discuss a rather conventional candy wrapped up in a very unconventional theme. You read that right: toilets.
Sour Flush candy is some of the most popular kids’ sour candy around. The gross concept – dipping candy “plungers” into a toilet bowl full of sour sugar, Baby Bottle Pop style – is mitigated somewhat by the super fun bright colors. We’d try it!
BBQ PayDay Bar
Just to get your feet wet, we’ll start with an unexpected twist on a familiar candy classic.
In 2017, Hershey released the “Taste of America” line of its most popular candies, each featuring a classic flavor from a different U.S. state. While Florida got orange- and Key Lime Pie-flavored Kit Kats, Texas got the BBQ PayDay.
No shade against barbecue here, whether on ribs or potato chips, but candy bars? As far as we know, the trend has yet to go viral…
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