We Ate Beer Lollipops So You Don't Have To

Lollyphile's new beer lollipops are many things: the epitome of human innovation, the height of candy science, and unfortunately, alcohol-free. But how do they do it and—more importantly—how do they taste? We talked to Lollyphile founder Jason Darling (and tried 'em for ourselves) to find out. » 5/16/14 5:00pm 5/16/14 5:00pm

A Beer Lollipop Is the Epitome of Human Innovation

Candy company Lollyphile has given us quite a few less-than-appetizing suckables in the past (blue cheese or breast milk lollipop, anyone?), but their newest creation comes at the request of the masses. Your beer flavored lollipop has arrived. » 4/22/14 1:05pm 4/22/14 1:05pm

Kid Invents Candy Cure for Historically Incurable Ailment

A 13-year-old girl from Connecticut named Mallory Kievman has come up with a pretty clever cure for hiccups: vinegar lollipops! She developed the idea after researching various at-home remedies—a teaspoon of vinegar, hard candy, etc—as well as the physiological reason for a bout of hiccups. » 5/04/12 8:30pm 5/04/12 8:30pm

Caffeine Snack Test: Who Needs Coffee When You've Got Cookies and Gum?

I'm lightheaded, twitchy and kinda have the runs. This was never going to end well. The mission: Test if caffeine-infused munchies like cookies, mints, chewing-gum, and lollipops pack the same punch as energy drinks and coffee. (Hint: Most do). » 8/31/09 2:00am 8/31/09 2:00am