7 Chocolate Flavors You Need To Taste

7 Chocolate Flavors You Need To Taste Before You Leave

Chocolate is delicious and as I always say, the weirder the better. Okay, I don’t actually say that, but it’s totally true in this instance.

Homemade Fudge is modestly delicious. I enjoy a chocolate who is straight forward with me.


The flavors of chewy homemade caramel, crisp pecans and heavenly milk chocolate all combined into one piece of candy is just a bite of heaven right here on earth. This is definitely a puzzle for the palate. CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.

3.  Truffles

Classic and timeless, this chocolate is no Plain Jane. Just like the “little black dress,” its understated style is one of life’s little luxuries that we encourage you to enjoy with abandon. Simple, chic and never out of fashion, this truffle proves that less truly is more.

4. Dipped Chocolates

For a little after dinner treat you could have strawberries, or you could have strawberries dipped in chocolate. You could enjoy a macaron, or you could have a macaron dipped in chocolate. Yes, you could have a Nutter Butter, or you could have a Nutter Butter dipped in chocolate. If you’re the type who eats first with your eyes, you’ll love this .

 5. Chocolates

Dark chocolate with goat cheese, Pear Williams and crushed black pepper buttercream. This is the fanciest chocolate of all chocolates. It deserves a little bow tie, or maybe a monocle.
Milk or dark chocolate butter almond toffee. This is the fanciest chocolate of all chocolates. It deserves a little bow tie, or maybe a monocle.

 6. Caramel Apples

Salted caramel sauce – simple, delicious. Not as salty as I expected, but in a good way. Perfect for just about anything.

7. Jelly Belly

Jelly Belly jelly beans are familiar to just about everybody in America (and most likely the majority of people on earth). These tiny jelly beans, in their dozens of flavors, have single-handedly turned what was an unexciting gummy candy into a “gourmet” product, and they’ve earned the loyal devotion of millions. Collected official flavors and stirred them up for the ultimate Jelly Belly assortment. Only one flavor is left out: Chili Mango. It’s just a little too hot to be eaten randomly.

Happy Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. In Catholic Europe, it has been celebrated on March 19 (St. Joseph’s Day) since the Middle Ages. This celebration was brought by the Spanish and Portuguese to Latin America, where March 19 is often still used for it, though many countries in Europe and the Americas have adopted the U.S. date, which is the third Sunday of June. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May. It complements similar celebrations honoring family members, such as Mother’s Day, Siblings Day and Grandparents Day. Father’s Day is a time to recognize fathers and father figures who have influenced a person’s life. It is celebrated through cards, gifts, dining out, gifts such as chocolates, box of candies, electronic gadgets, sports attire, household tools or time spent together.

Happy Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day: 15 reasons we should make mums feel special

Today is Mother’s Day, and we reckon you should make your mum feel special, because she’s probably the person that loves you the most in the entire world.

It’s a bit unfair that mums only get one day of the year where we really celebrate all the great things that they’ve done for us, and still continue to do. Being a mum is a life long job. Right from the moment you are born, to when you move out and start your own life, your mum never really stops caring about you and wondering if you’re okay. She is the best person in the world for a cuddle, a chat, and a good dose of honesty on why your latest Tinder date isn’t worthy of you.So take this day as an opportunity to make her feel really special.

1. She does EVERYTHING

She definitely must have a time machine because she does everything. From working, to cooking, cleaning and even making sure that she’s up to date on current affairs and a bit of Corrie. There is nothing that this woman cannot do within a 24 hour period.

2. The reason you’re here

Yep, if it weren’t for her carrying you around for 9 months, and then looking after you for your whole life you wouldn’t be here today.

3. Her pearls of wisdom

You learnt important stuff in school but the most useful life lessons all came from your mum. Lessons such as never going to sleep with wet hair, and how to handle bullies. Cheers mum

4. And her protective nature

There is no-one else who would do anything to keep you safe and out of harms way. Like the time she texted your slimy ex and told him to bugger off because you deserve so much better.

5. Always there for you

Whether it is answering questions on what to with your hair, or giving you a hug when you get fired for the first time, mum’s always got your back.

6. Great role model

All of your greatest attributes and skills such as never giving up, knowing self-defence and how to not ruin your life have all come from watching the way your mum has manoeuvred through life. She taught you the importance of power dressing, and for that you will always be grateful.

7. Sassy AF

Everyone else may be fooled by her sweet nature, but you know that she has a sharp tongue.Like the time she made her hairdresser cry when they didn’t give her the right shade of brunette.

8. And really tough

Don’t be fooled by her frame, because this woman has the strength of Rambo. After all she dealt with you during your rebellious teenage phase, when every week you would be discovered drunk on cheap cider, and quite possibly with a new piercing.

9. Judgement free

The whole world may have judged you that time you decided to channel your inner emo and wear nothing but wide flared jeans, a dog chain, your dad’s skinny ties and colour your hair green. But not mum. Sure she may have not liked it, but she understood that it made you happy and that’s all that matters.

10. Super proud

Remember all those rubbish ‘art works’ you made in nursery consisting of ice lolly sticks, pipe cleaners and a lot of glitter? Well your mum has still kept them safe and sound. Even though they’re really crap, she still thinks she has a budding Van Gogh on her hands.

11. Confidence for days

Have you ever seen this woman turn into a shrinking violet? No. Because she is brimming with more confidence that Beyoncé.

12. Always honest

If you look really nice she’ll tell you. If you look like a dogs dinner, she’ll also give you a little pat and tell you. Can’t get fairer than that.

13. Puts up with you

We’re all a bit annoying here and there, but only mums never seem to mind and love us just the same. bey

14. Has your best interests at heart

There is something extraordinary in knowing that there is always one person who will always give you the best possible advice, and want nothing but greatness for you.

15. Always makes you feel special

Have you ever spoken to your mum when you’re feeling down and left not feeling better? No. Because there is something about a mother’s advice and cuddles that will make you feel like you’re the most special person in the entire world. Information shared from METRO NEWS
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What Is the History of Fudge?

The finest fudge from Ashley's Confectionery in Cedarburg Fudge is a type of confectionery which is made by mixing sugar, butter and milk, heating it to the soft-ball stage at 240 °F (116 °C), and then beating the mixture while it cools so that it acquires a smooth, creamy consistency. Fruits, nuts, caramel, candies, and other flavors are sometimes added either inside or on top. It is often bought as a gift from a gift shop in tourist areas and attractions.  
The origin of fudge is unclear, but the history of fudge can be traced back to at least 1886 CE. The exact origin and the inventor of fudge remain disputed, but some experts believe that the word “fudge” was first applied to a botched batch of caramels, prompting the exclamation, “Oh fudge!” Most food historians believe that fudge, as it exists today, is an American invention.   Fudge is a crystalline confectionery. Unlike many other types of candy, such as taffy and caramels, which forgo crystallization, crystal formation is necessary for the creation of fudge. This process creates a candy that is firm yet smooth as the crystals are so small that they do not taste or feel grainy. The fudge mixture, which must contain sugar, butter, and milk, must be properly prepared and cooled in order to create sugar crystals that are just the right size. If the process is not carried out correctly, the crystals will either form too early and become too large or never form at all, resulting in a candy similar to caramel.   The history of fudge may predate the foundation of the U.S., and experts are quick to point out the similarities between fudge and tablet, a Scottish confection. Tablet is first mentioned in The Household Book of Lady Grisell Baillie, which was written between 1692 and 1733 CE.  
Emelyn Battersby Hartridge documents the first sale of fudge, writing a letter in 1886 stating that a schoolmate’s cousin had sold fudge for 40 cents per pound in Baltimore. In 1888, Ms. Hartridge, still attending Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, wrote that she made as much as 30 pounds of fudge for the Senior auction. Fudge caught on quickly at Vassar and, before long, recipes for the confection began popping up at other women’s colleges. Smith and Wellesley colleges adapted the so-called original recipe into their own versions.
  Vassar’s recipe called for white sugar, cream, unsweetened chocolate, and butter. The Wellesley College creation altered the original recipe only slightly by adding marshmallows, which keeps the fudge from collapsing during cooling. The Smith College recipe was the first to deviate from the original, adding extra butter along with brown and white sugar, molasses, and vanilla. Each of these recipes is notoriously delicate. The history of fudge was forever changed when corn syrup, which delays crystal formation, was first used for foolproof recipes. Information shared from wiseGEEK   Ashley’s Confectionery creates the finest hand-dipped chocolates, creamy homemade fudge and carries the largest variety of licorice, gummies and old-fashioned candies. Ashley’s homemade fudge is soft, creamy, and the prefect amount of sweet. The highest quality ingredients are used to produce the ideal blend in our copper kettle resulting in 10 irresistible flavors that are sure to satisfy anyone’s craving.   homeade fudge from Ashley's Confectionary

How Are Jelly Beans Made?

Do you like beans? You’re probably saying, “That depends upon what kind of beans you’re talking about!” Green beans? Black beans? Pinto beans? Lima beans? There are many kinds of beans out there.

We bet there’s one kind of bean that almost all of you like, though. It’s hard on the outside and soft on the inside. And they’re usually really sweet and tasty. What are we talking about? Jelly beans, of course! Jelly beans are a popular type of candy. They’re shaped like a bean with a solid outer shell and a soft interior. They also come in a rainbow of colors and a wide variety of flavors. Their main ingredient is sugar, but there are other ingredients that give them their unique shape and texture. To make jelly beans, manufacturers heat liquid sugar to about 350 °F. They then mix in starch and glucose. The combined mixture is then poured into starch molds shaped like beans. They let the mixture dry in the molds for a day to give them their unique chewy texture. After they’re removed from the molds, the jelly beans are steamed and coated with more liquid sugar and then placed into a spinning machine. As the jelly beans are spun constantly, artificial colors and flavors are added to give them their final coloring and taste. Toward the end of the process, grains of sugar are added to the spinning machine about four times. It is this granularsugar that gives the jelly beans their hard outer shell. Finally, hot syrup and wax are added to the spinning machine at the very end to give the jelly beans their final polished, glossy look. Once they’re finished, the jelly beans are dried and packaged. Sometimes jelly beans are packaged and sold in individual flavors. Much of the time, though, they are sold in packages of mixed flavors to give jelly bean fans a wide variety of flavors. The history of jelly beans is a bit unclear. Some people believe their chewy insides were inspired by TurkishDelight, a Middle Eastern treat made of jelly and covered in powdered sugar. Jelly beans may have made their first appearance in the United States in 1861, when Boston confectioner William Schrafft encouraged customers to send his jelly beans to soldiers during the Civil War. Historians believe jelly beans first became linked with the Christian holiday of Easter in the 1930s. Some of the most common jelly bean flavors include cherry, orange, lemon, lime, grape, licorice, lemonade and strawberry. Many gourmet flavors are available from specialty manufacturers, too. Examples of gourmet flavors include raspberry, coconut and popcorn. Information shared from wonderopolis   Indulge yourself. Call or stop by Ashley’s for hand-dipped chocolates, creamy ice cream and delectable candies. Order Online! For yourself or for gifts to people around the US!

Twelve interesting facts about chocolate


Twelve interesting facts about chocolate

Perhaps one of the most popular sweets around the world is chocolate. This versatile and delicious food can be enjoyed as anything from a warm drink to a crunchy bar, or even a dense, flourless cake. But whatever its form, while you are savoring each bite of chocolaty goodness, keep in mind that behind the sweet flavor is a long and dynamic history that has travelled across oceans and transcended cultural boundaries. In fact the tale of the cacao bean is one filled with conquest, experimentation, and technological innovation, all on a global scale. It has been touched and moulded by everyone from sixteenth century sailors to the workers of the industrial revolution. So, as you savor the sweet taste of history, learn about what it took to make your favorite food by reading these fun facts about chocolate:

1. Europeans first came into contact with chocolate in 1519 when conquistadors of the Aztec Empirebrought it back to the Spanish court of King Phillip II. At this time, it was served as a luxurious beverage to only the highest social classes: royalty, military, long-distance traders, and Catholic clergy.

2. Along with chocolate, in the form of the cacao bean, the Spanish conquistadors brought back potatoes and tomatoes from their excursions in the New World.

3. The Spanish were quick to adopt cacao as an exotic alternative to the familiar coffee bean. Chocolate drinks were especially popular during fast days in the Catholic country, when the high levels of fat provided more sustenance than tea or coffee, and did not break the rules of the fast.

Chocolate pieces on aluminum foil. Karolina Grabowska.STAFFGATE, 2015, CC0 via Pexels.

4. During the 1600s, an increased presence of coffeehouses and cafes created an opportunity for the lower classes to indulge in the chocolate drink.

5. It was not until the nineteenth century that the right technology made it possible for chocolate to be made into other products, like bars and sweets. At the turn of the twentieth century, chocolate was accessible and affordable to everyone. However, this increase in production tended to yield a decrease in quality as manufacturers decided to use cheaper ingredients like Forastero cacao beans.

6. Cacao is one of the few crops that has benefitted from a highly mechanized process, without which we would not have smooth melted chocolate. (This comes from a refining technique called “conching,” developed by Mr. Rodolphe Lindt.)

7. The distinction between luxury chocolate and ordinary chocolate that we have today began in the twentieth century when chocolate started being mass produced. Before then, it was always considered a luxury good. In fact, the differences between the two have much more to do with the marketing strategy, packaging, and price than with the quality of the chocolate itself.

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8. The continued exchange of chocolate between the New World and Europe led to experimentation and new recipes that were quite different from the original, but better suited to a European taste. Cinnamon and nutmeg, among other more familiar spices, replaced chilli peppers and achiote. When the Europeans introduced cows to the New World, a hot chocolate recipe with milk was soon developed.

9. During the Enlightenment, chocolate drinks became popular in London for their taste, nutritional value, and ability to maintain clear thinking. People could remain productive and focused while drinking chocolate all day long, which is not the case when consuming alcoholic beverages.

10. Countries that grow cacao like Grenada, Ecuador, and Madagascar have recently started producing chocolate within their own borders, completely revolutionizing the traditional process of chocolate production. This is a way to maximize profits for their own cacao farmers, who are historically some of the most impoverished workers worldwide.

11. The term ‘single origin’ chocolate indicates that the cacao beans used to produce that product are not a haphazard combination but were sourced from one particular location. This term is seen as a marker of quality, but can in fact be used to describe anything from beans that were sourced within the same country to beans that came from the same plantation.

12. Today, countries like Thailand, India, and Australia that have no previous experience with the cacao bean are planting trees so that they too might have a stake in the globalized chocolate market.

Featured image credit: Chocolate desserts on sticks, CC0 via Public Domain Pictures.

Why Do We Eat Chocolate Bunnies at Easter?

Why Do We Eat Chocolate Bunnies at Easter?

As far as holidays go, Easter is second only to Halloween in American candy sales—that’s a lot of chocolate bunnies.   Easter—the most spiritually significant holiday of the Christian calendar—has always been heavily associated with symbolic foods, from lambs to egg-rich celebratory breads. Rabbits, however, are not mentioned in the scriptures that recount Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. And chocolate, a New World food, was not even accessible to the masses until the mid-1800s. So how did chocolate bunnies come to dominate the Easter basket scene? It’s a thoroughly modern mash-up of commerce, confectionery, and immigration.  
Ostara, the Germanic pre-Christian fertility goddess, apparently kept a hare as a sidekick. The word for “Easter” (Ostern, in German) is derived from her name, and her namesake festival was held around the month we now call April. Germans came to embrace the fictional character Oschter Haws (or osterhause), a rabbit who delivered eggs to children at Easter. Supposedly, the first recorded mention of osterhause was in the medical notes of a Heidelberg physician in 1684 (he discusses the drawbacks of overeating Easter eggs).   The Easter Bunny Museum in the now-defunct Center for Unusual Museums in Munich showcased examples of 19th century Easter rabbits made of cardboard, wood, or fabric, and some had removable heads to allow for hiding candy inside (these would be the forerunners to chocolate bunnies).   At the same time, the middle classes of the Western word began enjoying the chocolaty fruits of progress. “The Industrial Revolution changed chocolate from a costly drink to a cheap solid food,” write historians Sophie D. Coe and Michael D. Coe in The True History of Chocolate. The craft of making the smooth-textured solid chocolate we’re familiar with today requires many steps, and those were not possible without mechanization; the first eating (as opposed to drinking) chocolates appeared in Europe in the mid-1800s.   As eating chocolate became more accessible, Germany rose as a center of molds. Anton Reiche of Dresden, one of the best-known manufacturers, created all sorts of highly detailed tinplate molds for chocolate, and not just in the form of rabbits.   Our friend the chocolate bunny had yet to cross the Atlantic, though. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America says that “the Pennsylvania Dutch imported the Oschter Haws, or Easter Hare, who delivered colored eggs to good children.” One of the better-known early sightings of chocolate rabbits in America was in 1890, when Pennsylvania shopkeeper Robert L. Strohecker featured a five-foot chocolate rabbit in his drugstore to attract business at Easter. This became a thing: A 1927 photograph captured two young boys flanking a mighty 75-pound chocolate rabbit in front of Florian’s Pharmacy in St. Paul, Minnesota (the owner happened to be the son of German immigrants). And after that long journey, chocolate rabbits of more manageable proportions eventually became an Easter staple. Information shared by http://mentalfloss.com/     Ashley’s offers an excellent selection of chocolates and candies for all holidays and is sure to please even the most discerning recipient. We carry only the highest-quality products to ensure an exceptional holiday experience for all, and our many choices provide something for everyone, no matter the time of year. Visit our current holiday page for our most festive and up-to-date selections, or call us to personalize a treat for your holiday celebration.   We all love a holiday celebrated with candy and sweets, and at Ashley’s, we do Easter like nothing you’ve seen before. We offer all of the Easter candy favorites you’re looking for to fill your baskets with one-of-a-kind goodies.

20 Health Benefits Of Chocolate

20 Health Benefits Of Chocolate

Robert Locke Freelance writer 18boxed_chocolateczbaggedchocolates_colribbns Chocolate is regarded as an indulgent treat because it is mainly associated with weight gain and acne. Americans spend $10 billion annually on chocolaty treats. It is not all bad news as countless studies show dark chocolate has many health benefits. Here are 20 you may not know about and which will help you to indulge in it with less guilt. In moderation of course – I mean, the guilt! 1. It can help your heart to stay healthy Lots of studies reveal that the flavonoids in chocolate can help your veins and arteries to stay supple. Over 7 studies followed 114,000 participants who were given a few servings of dark chocolate a week. The results showed that their risk of getting a heart attack was reduced by about 37% while the chances of getting a stroke were 29% less when they had a higher consumption of chocolate. 2. It may help improve your memory as you get older Research has shown that when elderly people were given specially prepared cocoa extracts which was high in flavanols, their cognitive function greatly improved. The only problem is that when it comes to eating chocolate, the percentage of those cocoa flavanols is much reduced due to the processing and the addition of eggs, sugar and milk. 3. It can help to avoid sunburn One study conducted in London found that women who were given chocolate with a high flavanol content were able to withstand double the amount of UV light on their skins without burning, compared to those on lower doses. 4. It may make you better at math I was never good at math at school. Maybe I should have eaten more dark chocolate! This is the startling conclusion I have reached after reading about the research of Professor David Kennedy who is Director of Brain, Performance and Nutrition at the Research Center of Northumbria University (UK). Participants were given 500 mg of flavanols in a hot cocoa drink. They benefited from increased flow to the brain as a result and were better at coping with difficult math equations. 5. It may put you in a better mood I wish my uncle had given my aunt some chocolate when he told her to stop crying and to ‘cheer up.’ He obviously had not read about the work at the University of Swinburne in Australia. These guys again targeted the cocoa polyphenols and they found that it had a beneficial effect on the mood of the participants who were calmer and happier. 6. It may help lower cholesterol levels The Journal of Nutrition carries an interesting article about the results of a study done to determine whether dark chocolate could have any effect on the LDL cholesterol levels. They found that when subjects were given bars of dark chocolate with plant sterols and flavanols, they were getting lower scores on their cholesterol levels. 7. It may help people with Alzheimer’s disease As we know, the nerve pathways to the brain get damaged when Alzheimer’s disease strikes, causing severe loss in certain mental functions. It is fascinating to read about how one extract from cocoa, called lavado, can actually reduce the damage done to these vital pathways. 8. It can help you with your workout Another magical flavanol in chocolate is epicatechin. Mice were given this substance and they were much fitter and stronger than those mice on water only. Researchers say that to get the best results from your workout you have to limit the amount to only about half of one square of chocolate a day! If you have too much, it could undo the beneficial effects. 9. It is very nutritious Did you know that if choose chocolate with a high cocoa content (75% to 85%) you are getting a very nutritious snack? Take the typical 100 gram chocolate bar. It has almost all of your RDA for copper and manganese. It contains over half your magnesium RDA and about two thirds (67%) of your RDA for iron. It also has about 10% of fiber. There is also lots of zinc, selenium and potassium too. 10. It can help to lower your blood pressure You may not know it but having the right amount of NO (Nitric Oxide) in your body can help your arteries to relax. That will, in turn help to take some of the pressure off them and the result is a lower BP count. Just another benefit of the dark chocolate flavanols which help to produce this vital Nitric Oxide. 11. It helps you produce more endorphins When you are on a high, it may be due to excitement, love or after exercise. This high is due to the release of endorphins which are brain hormones. The great advantage of chocolate is that flavanols can also help in endorphin production without having to run a marathon! Endorphins play a key role in helping to prevent depression and other mental disorders. 12. It may reduce pregnancy complications One of the complications of pregnancy is known as preeclampsia in which blood pressure can shoot up. Researchers have established that one of the chemicals in dark chocolate, theobromine, can stimulate the heart and help the arteries dilate. When pregnant women were given higher doses of chocolate, they had a 40% less chance of developing this complication. 13. It may help with diabetes You probably think that chocolate is too sweet for diabetics and is one of their banned treats, but one small study at the University of L’Aquila in Italy found that the right does of chocolate flavonoids can help the body’s metabolism and enhance insulin function. This could benefit people with diabetes but more studies need to be done. 14. It may help you reduce your food cravings You know the feeling: you cannot function until you have a snack. One of the healthiest is a piece of dark chocolate because it fills you up quicker and reduces craving for salty and sweet snacks, according to a small research study. 15. It may help your cough Another marvelous effect of the theobromine chemical in chocolate is that it can calm a troublesome cough. Manufacturers are looking at this to produce safer cough syrups instead of using codeine which has some undesirable side effects. 16. It may help with blood circulation Normally you take an aspirin to help prevent blood clotting and to improve circulation. Studies now show that chocolate can have a similar effect. 17. It can also help you see better University of Reading researchers were curious to see if dark chocolate flavanols could actually improve vision as they knew it certainly improved blood circulation in general. They decided to do a small experiment and gave two groups of volunteers some white and dark chocolate. The dark chocolate groups were doing better on vision tests afterwards. 18. It may help reduce fatigue If you suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome you should try adding chocolate to your daily diet. One group of sufferers were given a daily dose of chocolate for two months. They were less tired and the best news of all is that they did not put on any extra weight. 19. It may help to lower your Body Mass Index There has been a lot of emphasis on how chocolate can actually reduce your BMI (Body Mass Index) which is how you measure up as regards your height versus your weight. One study took 1,000 Californians and they found that those who ate chocolate more often during the week had a lower BMI. Overall diet and exercise regimes were not factors which influenced this result. 20. It may help reduce your chances of getting cancer As we have mentioned, the cocoa flavanols in dark chocolate have both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These are important in keeping the actions of free radicals at bay. As we know, these are the protagonists when cancer starts to invade cells. ENDORSED BY Chloe Chong Editor at Lifehack, Social Media Expert, Health Nut

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Jelly Bellies are sold by the pound and we offer them in ½ lb increments at $5.99 per 1/2 lb. One bag can hold up to approximately 2 pounds – or you can get as many flavors you want in ½ lb increments.   #1 – Click to Purchase (next to item below) #2 – Select your flavors and quantities #3 –If your order summary looks accurate – click “Add to Cart”   *Note for all shipments – You must have a minimum purchase of $10.00 or more before tax. View the shopping cart by clicking the cart image on the right side of the screen at any time

49 Flavor Assortment

We collected our official flavors and stirred them up for the ultimate Jelly Belly assortment. Only one flavor is left out: Chili Mango. It’s just a little too hot to be eaten randomly.

A & W Rootbeer

Nothing is better than a cold glass of root beer. Jelly Belly has teamed with A & W to bring you the all of your favorite root beer flavor taste in a bean. We use actual A & W syrup in our true to life beans, Grab a handful and enjoy!

Berry Blue

Nothing is nicer than a crystal clear blue sky. Our Berry Blue jelly beans capture this wonderful color and deliver just as refreshing of a taste. Keep a few on hand for when your skies turn gray.

Birthday Car Remix

Part of the Cold Stone® Ice Cream Parlor Mix, Birthday Cake Remix™ combines the flavors of Cake Batter™ ice cream, rainbow sprinkles, brownie and fudge.


Made with blueberry juice from puree, our Blueberries are sure to please. Created to put the “blue” in the Red, White and Blue of a Presidential Inauguration, our Blueberry beans give you all of the fruit flavor without the risk of staining your favorite shirt.

Bubble Gum

Ever get bubble gum stuck on your shoe? With our Bubble Gum jelly beans, you get all of the flavor without the sticky mess! The flavor will lingers throughout your chewing experience.

Buttered Popcorn

Competing for the title of most popular flavor year after year, our Buttered Popcorn is sure to keep popping into your mouth! Even the late Orville was a fan! Makes a perfect snack for movie time or any time.

Citrus Mix

True-to-life citrus flavors, and Vitamin C too!


No need to crack open a coconut to get to the sweet center. Coconut jelly beans bring you all the flavor of the real thing, without the hard shell. We use real coconut flakes to bring this tropical treat to life. Grab a handful and be swept away to a faraway island.

Cotton Candy

No fun filled day at an amusement park would be complete without cotton candy. Luck for you, we have turned Cotton Candy into a gourmet jelly bean! Bring back those carefree days when you eat a few of these pink beans.

Dr. Pepper

The secret syrup in the soda pop flavors this hit that went to the top of the bean chart. The response was so rapturous that it has secured a place in the pantheon of all time great jelly beans.

Draft Beer

We have taken your favorite draft beer and turned it into a gourmet jelly bean! Enjoy the authentic taste of a freshly poured draft beer without the alcohol. This fun jelly bean is completed with a jewel-like finish for a fresh from the tap “bubbly” look.

Fruit Bowl Flavors

Fruit lovers rejoice! This whimsical collection is sure to please with an assortment of our most popular fruit flavors. This is a selection bound to please the eyes as well as the taste buds!

Green Apple

Jelly Belly Green Apple jelly beans in bulk. Sweet, fruity flavor! Made with real apple juice. Perfect for events like weddings!

Ice Cream Parlor Mix – Cold Stone

The Cold Stone® Ice Cream Parlor Mix® contains five delicious flavors inspired by Cold Stone Creamery® treats.

Island Punch

In need of a tropical getaway? Then grab some Island Punch jelly beans and be whisked away! Bursting with sweet tropical flavor, this bean is sure to relax you almost as much as your own private beach in the Pacific.

Jewel Collection – 8 flavor varieties

Jelly Belly is proud to present a shimmering collection of jelly beans. Our new Jewel Collection features eight of our most popular flavors dressed up with a beautiful edible pearlescent finish adding a shimmer of brilliance to each bean. These glamorous jelly beans make a stylish gift or great addition to party favors and candy buffets.

Juicy Pear

Jelly Belly Juicy Pear jelly beans in bulk. Sweet, fruity flavor! Made with real pear juice from concentrate. Perfect for events like weddings!

Kids Mix

Get the 20 Jelly Belly flavors kids love best in one bag! Kids will flip for it!


Jelly Belly Lemon Drop jelly beans in bulk. Sweet, realistic flavor! Perfect for events like weddings!

Lemon Lime

Jelly Belly Lemon Lime jelly beans in bulk. Sweet, fruity flavor! Perfect for events like weddings!


A happy hour favorite, we have captured the spirit of sharing a margarita with friends (minus the spirits) in a bean. This alcohol-free jelly bean is sure to be a hit on Taco Tuesday or any other day (or night) of the week.

Pina Colada

If you like Piña Coladas and getting caught in the rain, then you will love our Piña Colada flavored jelly beans. They contain real coconut, but are alcohol free. Sit back, relax and enjoy this tropical treat with friends.


Fans have been asking for it for years, and it’s finally here. Real pomegranate juice makes Pomegranate just as juicy and delicious as the beloved fruit itself. Best of all, Pomegranate is the first ever Jelly Belly jelly bean to be fortified with Vitamin C and antioxidants. One taste and you’ll think you pulled it from a tree.


Save your fingers and arms from the thorns of a raspberry bush and try our easy to pick Raspberry jelly beans! We add real raspberry juice puree to our beans to insure that true to life flavor. You cannot get any more real than these!

Sizzling Cimmamon

If you like your cinnamon with a little something extra, you are sure to love our Sizzling Cinnamon jelly beans. We have taken our cinnamon beans and added a little kick for true heat lovers.

Sour Mix

Your favorite Sour jelly beans.


Need a little citrus pick me up? Try our Sunkist® Tangerine jelly beans! Our candy makers use real tangerine juice from concentrate to give these beans that fresh from the orchard taste all while providing 25% of your daily Vitamin C per serving.

Toasted Marshmallow

Summer campfires mean two things: mosquitoes and toasting marshmallows! We have brought the best part of camping home to help you keep away from the pesky mosquitoes. Just one taste of our Toasted Marshmallow jelly beans and you will be singing your favorite camp songs in no time.

Top Banana

We have taken banana jelly beans to the next level. We use real banana puree to create a bean that is a swinging from the trees good time to eat (without the peel to slip on).

Tropical Mix

Whisk yourself away to a tropical paradise with the Jelly Belly Tropical Mix. Our tropical mix includes 15 of our most exotic flavors, including Pina Colada, Strawberry Daiquiri, Island Punch, and Coconut.

Tutti Fruiti

Like a beautiful peacock spreading its magnificent colorful feathers, our Jelly Belly beans are something to behold. Tutti-Fruiti is no exception. A kid favorite, these beans are sure to be a big hit at any birthday party.


What is the best part of summer? Biting into a juicy watermelon at a picnic! Just like the real melon, our beans have a green shell, a red center and are infused with watermelon juice. Just one bite and you will know why this bean is a fan favorite. Ashley’s delivers quality chocolates and truffles. Perfect for a holiday gift or gift for Easter. Indulge yourself or buy as a gift. Order Online or Stop-on-by for hand-dipped chocolates and delectable candies. Creamy ice-cream also available in store.

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