Marisa Wu creates a taffy that tastes nothing like the shore-bought souvenir. Whole vanilla bean is scraped into every batch as it’s pulled by hand. Soft and creamy with a distinct salty crystal crunch and finished with fresh vanilla notes, this first flavor of Salty Road's will remind you of a delicious milkshake. And we LOVE the stripy retro packaging.
Sea Salt Caramel + Salt Water Taffy = mind-blowing deliciousness. Salty, sweet, bitter and chewy with notes of dark coffee and burnt sugar, this taffy is sophisticated enough to serve after dinner (maybe with a nice glass of bourbon), but we'll happily eat it all day long, all year round.
This salty peanut taffy is the ultimate balance of salt and sweet. Infused with local honey from New York's Union Square Market, mixed with creamy peanut butter, a hint of vanilla and lots of coarse-ground sea salt, this is pure peanut heaven and the perfect snack – a little sweet, a little salty and (yes) some protein to keep you going.
Spiced apple with creamy caramel and flaky sea salt come together in this delicious taffy. Inspired by a pie from Marisa's friends at Four & Twenty Blackbirds Pie Shop, whose secret is a combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, fresh black pepper, and a splash of angostura bitters for the perfect blend of spice. Marisa's secret is Woods Cider Mill Cider Jelly made in Vermont. She's really taking the classic fall treat to new heights.
Vanilla: Corn syrup, sugar, evaporated milk, palm fruit oil, sea salt, soy lecithin, vanilla beans, vanilla extract. Comes in a 3.5 oz box.
Sea Salt Caramel: Corn syrup, sugar, evaporated milk, sea salt, baking soda. Comes in a 3.5 oz box.
Salty Peanut: Corn syrup, sugar, evaporated milk, peanut butter (non-GMO peanuts, evaporated cane juice, palm fruit oil, salt), honey, sea salt, vanilla extract. Comes in a 3.5 oz box.
Salted Caramel Apple: Corn syrup, sugar, evaporated milk, apple cider jelly, molasses, sea salt, vanilla extract, spices. Comes in a 3.5 oz box.
NOTE: Made in a facility that processes: milk, what, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs and soy.
(if not, how abouta ginger ale?)