I'm a Pepper. Wouldn't you like to be a Pepper too?
The kids certainly would. Their favorite soft drink (of the few they've tried) is Dr Pepper also! So when I suggested a few different things we could do for our taste test, as soon as they heard Dr Pepper, they were in! But Dr Pepper Cotton Candy? That's interesting.
This Cotton Candy is brought to you Taste of Nature, Inc. They're located in Santa Monica CA and they've got a few more interesting products at CandyASAP.com.
Speaking of Being a Pepper, here's that commercial from the 70s. At one point in college, I even had an "I'm a Pepper" t-shirt.
Made in the USA.
Time for a couple more photos. I opened the bag and my two little mini-mes both wanted to smell it.
Out of the bag, it's a pretty dense cotton candy. Not like fresh homemade cotton candy that' very light and airy.
And of course we're tasting it against the real thing. With its blend of 23 flavors, Dr Pepper is pretty delicious.
Alli - It looks like it came out of the dryer.
Haha, yes it does, doesn't it.
We're trying the Cotton Candy first because I'm concerned the flavor will be subtle. And as soon as we drink the liquid, it'll be hard to taste the cotton candy.
Thumbs up from the kids. My turn to taste.
Interesting. When I first taste it, I'm getting some cherry flavor, but there's certainly something else there too.
And as for the drink?
Thank you Charles Alderton for creating Dr. Pepper all the way back in 1880! We love it!
Alright, pop quiz. Which one has more sugar? One serving of Dr. Pepper Cotton Candy (28g) or One serving of Dr. Pepper soda (12 oz)?
Unsurprisingly 28g of Dr. Pepper cotton candy has 28g of sugar and 110 calories.
And for 12 oz of Dr. Pepper soda, that'll be 40g of sugar and 150 calories!