Lollyphile launched in 2008 with what at the time were three very adventurous flavors: Absinthe, Maple-Bacon and Wasabi-Ginger. But that was almost a decade ago and a candymaker needs to step their game up if they're going to compete in today's shock value-forward marketplace.
Hold Lollyphile's beer: They've now got breast milk lollipops.
But before you instantly freak out (like we did), know that there isn't real breast milk in them. "They're vegan!" reads the site description. But the company stakes the claim that its tasters have tasted enough of the real thing to be able to replicate it pretty well artificially.
"We are endlessly grateful to all the mothers who kept sharing their breast milk with our flavor specialists until we were able to candify it. These lollipops won't bring back childhood memory; they'll bring up animal instinct. Quite possibly the most inherently satisfying flavor of all time."
Too much? Consider safer flavors like cocoa cereal milk, fruity cereal milk, or frosted cereal milk instead. Happy sucking!
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