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Attention, Dr. Pepper fans! Can’t get enough of your favorite flavor? You’re in luck. You can now enjoy the best soda that exists (obviously) in spun-sugar form.
Yup. Fans of the good doctor can now purchase D.P.-flavored cotton candy from Amazon. For around $17, you can get a 3-pack of Dr. Pepper Cotton Candy. But you better move fast. Supplies are dwindling, and there’s no telling when the Dr. Pepper cotton candy will be back in stock.
So what are reviewers saying about the new product? Opinions are mixed, to say the least.
One hilarious review reads: “It tasted like eating a Dr. Pepper Lip Smacker. Which, alas, is not actually something I want to eat, as I’m not a toddler. Also, mine was pretty hard and squashed, but that could have been because a dog sat on it.”
Another says: “Tasty but more like a cherry flavor. Fun gift.”
But still worth a try, right? Especially if you love the taste of traditional Dr. Pepper!
More Dr. Pepper-Inspired Products
You can further indulge your love of Dr. Pepper with several other items inspired by the soda’s flavor. If you love candy, you may want to try out these Dr. Pepper-flavored jelly beans, also available on Amazon. They cost $5.99 for a 3.5-ounce bag.
Or try these Dr. Pepper soda bottle gummies! They’re similar to gummy coke bottles, but filled with Dr. Pepper flavor instead.
Want to add a Dr. Pepper twist to your dessert? You can also try this cherry dessert popper inspired by the favorite soda:
Clearly, there’s a high demand for food products that can replicate the sweet, fizzy flavor of the distinctive soda.
What’s Behind That Dr. Pepper Flavor?
By the way, have you ever wondered what exactly the flavor of Dr. Pepper is? We all know that signature taste, but what exactly are those infamous “23 flavors”? Well, no one knows — at least no one outside Dr. Pepper’s inner circle, and they all know better than to cross the M.D.
Alas, if you want the actual recipe, you’ll have to commit a bank robbery. That’s right. The actual recipe for Dr. Pepper is kept in two separate bank vaults in Waco, Texas, which is where the drink was originally invented.
So save yourself the federal crime and just indulge your love of Pepper, M.D. with these D.P. treats from Amazon.