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Although we love the original strawberry-flavored, we’ve certainly appreciated the fun flavors that have come out over the years, like the and options. There’s a new flavor on the horizon — however, we don’t know what it is.
Hershey’s is releasing ato really test how well we can detect a taste. Simply from the nature of the new candy, we don’t know much about it. The brand hasn’t even announced that it’s a real thing, but we hunted it down on Wholesale Albanese Confectionery and it’s marked as a new item.
The biggest clue we have about what the flavor could be is based on the color. But wouldn’t it be too obvious for a purple candy to be grape-flavored? Or is it so obvious that they think we wouldn’t guess that, so that’s what it is? There’s a lot of unpack here, but the real exploration will come when we can actually eat it.
There’s no indication of when the new Twizzlers Mystery Flavor will be rolling out, but we have hope that it’ll be sometime this year, since it has been listed online. Let’s all take turns stalking the candy aisle, shall we?
Twizzlers Has a Mystery Flavor Coming, So Put Your Taste Buds to the Test .
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