From chilli to gin, this Welsh town offers a new spin on classic rock flavors.
A traditional sweet shop is hoping to make visitors’ stays more memorable with their spin on stick of rocks. SEASIDE getaways across the UK are already booking up fast for a second year, but one traditional sweet shop is hoping to make visitors’ stays more memorable with their spin on stick of rocks.
Visitors to Tenby, a charming harbour town in southwest Wales, can sample different varieties of the famed boiled sweets. For brave clients, standout flavors include riffs on famous savory dishes like cool garlic bread and chilli.
Creme Egg, Iron Brew, and prosecco are also options for those who like a sweeter peppermint sweet.
Marmite is the most popular stick of rock flavor in the store, but whether you like it or not depends on your own food preferences.
If you’re going through this Welsh seatown this summer, here’s a list of more eye-catching stick of rock flavors to try if you dare:
You can’t go to the beach without getting a bag of chips and some battered fish. We’re curious if the colorful sugariness has hints of salt and vinegar buried inside it.
The iconic Italian cuisine staple is given a British spin. Several flavors may make your taste buds wonder if there’s cheese, pepperoni, or tomato in there.
This one should be nominated for the more daring member of your travel party; the question is whether it will rank higher on the spice scale than a jalepeno or ghost chilli pepper.
A young candy store owner is a true role model for kids.
This is perhaps the most “normal” of the group, and it could be a pleasant alternative to the real thing. Let’s hoping the cucumber and lemon tonic water complement the juniper berries effectively.
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