Award-winning gourmet lollipop company, Lollyphile (www.lollyphile.com), would like to introduce the world to cereal milk flavored lollipops. They come in three varieties: Cocoa, Frosted, and Fruity, and aim to make the momentary joy of slurping sugary cereal milk an hour-long affair.
“We wanted to find a way to make that last, decadent slurp of sugary milk last a whole lot longer, and fortunately, our lollipops take about an hour to finish!” said Jason Darling, the owner of Lollyphile. “The time still flies by, though. Nothing we can do about that.”
Lollyphile lollipops are vegan, and don’t actually contain milk. “I’m not going to pretend that these are a healthy alternative to breakfast or anything, though come to think of it, sugary breakfast cereals aren’t healthy at all. Hey! Maybe they are a healthy alternative! I honestly have no idea. I’m a confectioner, not a nutritionist, but I’m pretty sure sugary calories are sugary calories either way.”
Lollyphile prides itself on offering lollipop flavors that don’t exist anywhere else, from Absinthe to Sriracha to Breast Milk. “We try our best to be the most interesting candy company in the world, and hey- we just made the world’s first breakfast cereal milk candy! Can we get a medal or something. Does the candy industry even have medals? Well, why not?”
The cereal milk lollipops retail for $1.50 and are available both at the Lollyphile website and in select retail stores.
About Lollyphile: Lollyphile started in San Francisco in 2008, offering Absinthe and Maple Bacon lollipops. Since then, they’ve substantially grown their flavor list, moved to Austin, Texas, and have had a lot of fun. They’re pretty cool. You should probably get to know them.