Tired of the candy on the store shelf right now? Well, there’s some new stuff on the horizon in 2021. Creative twists on classics, brand new flavors, and imaginatively innovative candy fillings are imminent. Your dentist is gonna have his work to do, but it’s worth it, right?
All hail Harry Burnett Reese, the genius Hershey employee who invented Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in the 1920s. This mix of salty and sweet in one precious disc of deliciousness has stood the test of time and remains one of the most popular candies available today.
Some say you can’t improve on perfection, but Hershey, undaunted, has continued to offer up variations on the classic that leave us wanting more every time. Some exciting takes in the past have been Reese’s Take 5, Reese’s White Chocolate, Reese’s Thins, and Reese’s Dipped Pretzels. Hershey’s is dropping another flavor attack on us with Reese’s Big Cups with Pretzels in November 2020, with a miniature version to follow in January 2021.
Salty, crunchy pretzels mixed into your peanut butter cups? That’s a next-level sweet treat to look forward to. And the 2021 version will be miniatures, which means they’ll be that much harder to refuse. Also in 2021? Today reports that a Reese’s Big Cup with potato chips inside will be available for a limited time starting in March. Keep watching to see 2021’s Newest Candy Flavors That Will Blow You Away!
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