The 10 Weirdest Flavored Candy Canes

The traditional Candy Cane or Peppermint Stick has long been a treat associated with the Holiday Season. Folklore says that in 1670, a choirmaster at Germany’s Cologne cathedral bent the ends of some sugar sticks to represent shepherds’ crooks, and distributed them to youngsters. Thus the familiar shape. Its earliest known association with Christmas was in 1874, and by 1882 canes were being hung on Christmas trees.

Nowadays, in addition to the traditional peppermint flavor, there are tons of specifically branded candy cane flavors like Jolly Rogers, Life Savers, DumDums, Smartees, Jelly Belly, Oreos and even soda pop.

Just a few of the name branded Candy Canes now on the market

While all of the aforementioned are palatable, there are some flavors which are not. The following ten flavored candy canes by Archie McPhee are about as nauseating as possible – and all are available for purchase.

10 Weirdest Flavored Candy Canes

Whether you’re going to use them as decorations to hang on the tree, as stocking stuffers or as a white elephant gift, these will be sure to make a lasting impression. Albeit one that may leave a bad taste in your mouth.


Buy the Mac n’ Cheese Flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Rotisserie Chicken flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Wasabi flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Gravy flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Clam flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Pickle flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Bacon Flavored Candy Canes Here

Personally, I love the taste of Cinnamon and Coffee, but you won’t find children clamoring to suck on those.


Buy The Krampas Cinnamon flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the Coal Smoky Cinnamon flavored Candy Canes here

Buy the coffee-flavored candy canes here

You can find more types of candy canes, most all available from Amazon here.

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