10 Outrageous Candy Cane Flavors (Slideshow)
November 21, 2013
Some foods should just be left alone
First the Sriracha bacon lollipop, and now the Sriracha candy cane. It tastes great with other foods, but can you imagine eating Sriracha plain?
Sometimes mixing sweet and salty things can lead to something delicious. But we’re not so sure that’s the case with this flavor.
If you’re one of those brave souls that love wasabi, then this might be the candy for you. But if you aren’t, then the burning, hot sensation you might feel after trying this might be a decision you may regret.
This one could actually turn out to taste pretty good! This also has that gorgeous purple color we love.
Don't let the 'Holiday green' color fool you. This candy cane is by no means the traditional wintergreen flavor.
One of America’s favorite desserts is now a candy cane. And unlike the real thing, this candy cane is not appetizing to the eye in any way. The yellow and brown do not mix well together. But if it tastes anything like the dessert, then we’ll give it a try.
The sweet and sour candy that we loved as kids is now back as candy canes.
Just because something tastes sweet does not mean it should be used as a flavor for everything.
This just might be the ultimate wild flavor. Gravy is meant to be a topping for foods such as turkey and mashed potatoes. It’s part of a main course and tastes creamy, buttery, and savory. It’s not supposed to be made as a dessert or change from a liquid to a solid. We’re pretty sure this might just turn people away from the food forever.
Bonus: Burnett’s Candy Cane Vodka
Everyone needs a little drink or two to get the holidays. Why not keep the Christmas spirit alive while knocking back shots of candy cane flavored vodka?