St. Patrick’s Day is Thursday, March 17. Thanks to the rich Irish culture introduced in America by Irish immigrants, St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated right here in the USA more than anywhere else in the world! On March 17, why not use it as an excuse to host friends and family for a fun evening?
Do you ever wonder, “Why is it called ‘saltwater taffy’?” Perhaps you’re asking yourself, “Where did salt water taffy originate from?” Like many favorite recipes, salt water taffy’s history isn’t always clear, but one thing is certain: this American-made candy has been around for over a century and enjoyed by millions. So who invented it, and how did salt water taffy get its name? Read on to learn more about the history of salt water taffy!
If you’re a spice lover, then you’re sure to be excited over the newest assortment from Taffy Town: Sweet Heat Taffy! Our Sweet Heat Mix combines the hottest salt water taffy flavors: Chili Mango, Pineapple Ghost Pepper, and Xtreme Hot Cinnamon. Try today!
Everyone loves the sweet taste of maple syrup, and maple taffy is just as incredible! For over 100 years, people have pulled their own taffy and created their own maple taffy recipes. But should you actually DIY your maple taffy? Find out on our blog!
We receive questions about many of our unique taffy flavors, but customers ask about our Peanut Butter Taffy above all other flavors! From how it’s made to whether it actually contains peanuts, this flavor has always been the center of attention. If you’ve ever wondered what makes our Peanut Butter Taffy as unique as it is irresistible, you’re not alone!
So, what makes Taffy Town’s Peanut Butter Taffy so great? Keep reading to find out!