Man Bait - Bacon and Maple Syrup Lollipop (1 lollipop)
- Made with Real Bacon!
- All Natural, no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
- A fun little treat whenever you want a burst of flavor - only 30 Cal ea.
- Corn Syrup free, gluten free
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm serious about my bacon, and I've tried all three of the available maple bacon lollipops: Man Bait, Lollyphile, and Roni Sue, and of the three these are the last ones you should buy. They're tiny, taste nasty (both of the other two brands are delicious), and it's clear as to why they're the cheapest option. Google Roni Sue, a small company out of New York that infuses their maple bacon lollipops with tea, or Lollyphile, who makes giant lollipops that taste like maple and bacon. Both of them are more expensive, but real bacon freaks will be glad they went with quality.
I would say they taste like butterscotch with a faintly salty/smokey/bacony undertone. It's not at all unpleasant, the balance of sweet and salty is perfect. If you like butterscotch or Werther's hard candies, you'll almost certainly like these. It says they're made with real bits of bacon... true, but the bits are so tiny they don't make the texture so rough that it slices up your mouth or anything like some hard candies do, and they're not... hard. They don't create weird jagged edges or anything.
Basically... as "weird" as this product is, it's surprisingly satisfying if you're a fan of more savory treats and that sweet/salty combo you get in caramels and butterscotches and even some types of yoghurt pretzels I've tried. I'm DEFINITELY ordering more of these just to keep around since I haven't managed to find anywhere I can buy them in stores where I live. I absolutely recommend that you at least give this product a try. Whoever figured this recipe out gets a five star rating from me for taking something that SHOULD be nasty as heck and making it unexpectedly awesome!