About this item
- 36 Cow Tales candy sticks
- Original caramel flavor with vanilla cream
- Packaged for individual resale
- Made in Maryland
- Great for making sweet treats in the kitchen
Cow Tales® Caramel (36 ct.) launched in 1984 as a chewy, stick-shaped caramel filled with sweet vanilla cream. These Goetze's® candies are the dessert jerky of snacks. Cow Tales candy is made in four mouth-watering flavors: the original caramel, chocolate, strawberry and now caramel apple.
Can You Make Anything With Them?
Absolutely, yes. No sweet tooth is safe. Cow Tales Caramel are actually a very versatile ingredient when you bring them into the kitchen. Chop them up and put them in your favorite recipe for gooey rice cereal squares, melt them down and dip fruit in them, or just stick a whole piece of Cow Tales candy into your mug of hot chocolate. Some people have even melted them down and used them as a sweet drizzle over pound cake or chopped them into pieces and added them to popcorn for an irresistible sweet and salty flavor combination.
Why Does Everyone Love Caramel and Cream Candy So Much?
Well, chefs call it flavor layering. The right mixture of sweet and creamy, like in Cow Tales candy, gives your brain a positive response. With this method, flavors melt together in your mouth without giving you one specific taste, leading to sensory-specific satisfaction. Caramel makes great pairings with a variety of different flavors to create that multi-sensorial experience. This is why Cow Tales candy is available in more than just one flavor.
About Goetze's Candy
Goetze's is a confectionery located in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded as the Baltimore Chewing Gum Company in 1895, Goetze's is celebrating more than 120 years of making sweet treats in the United States. In the 1940s, Goetze's discontinued its chewing gum and dedicated all of its manufacturing to caramel cream candy products. Today, Goetze's Candy Company makes two brands of chewy caramel: Cow Tales Caramel and Caramel Cream® candy. In addition to their dedication to manufacture in the US, Goetze's also purchases their materials from American suppliers whenever possible, to support other American businesses. A 5th generation owned and operated company, Goetze's is proud to be a household name in America and to make their caramels in the great state of Maryland.