Blue Cheese and Sriracha Lollipops

By: Lawrence Bonk

Lollipops, or suckers as they are affectionately referred to, are a staple of growing up. However, unless you are trying to quit smoking, they don't offer a whole lot once you've reached adulthood. The flavors haven't changed in an eon, after all. One lolly manufacturer is trying to change that in a big way.

Austin's Lolliphile started gaining notoriety with their alcohol-flavored lollipops, which even came in a whiskey variety. The company has just stepped it up about a billion notches, however. Their new flavor lineup includes such standouts as blue cheese, sriracha and, uh, breast milk (actual breast milk not contained.) Now you can relive the golden days of your babyhood just by sucking on a lollipop. Happy days are here again.

They ship all over the country so you have an unbearable hankering for a wasabi lolly, then by all means check out the website. They usually cost $10 for a pack of 4.

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