Sugarfina Bourbon Bears  Small
Sugarfina Bourbon Bears  Small
Sugarfina Bourbon Bears  Small

Sugarfina Bourbon Bears Small 3-4oz

Sugarfina Bourbon Bears Small 3-4oz

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Introducing Sugarfina Bourbon Bears - Small, the perfect indulgence for those who appreciate the finer things in life. Elevate your candy experience with these exquisite gummy bears infused with the rich, robust flavor of Kentucky's finest bourbon.

Crafted with care, each small, bite-sized bear is made from premium ingredients to ensure a delectable and sophisticated treat. The velvety sweetness of these gummy bears harmonizes with the warmth and complexity of aged bourbon, creating a truly indulgent fusion for your taste buds.

Packaged in a petite and stylish box, Sugarfina Bourbon Bears - Small make for an ideal on-the-go companion or a thoughtful gift for the connoisseur in your life. The compact size allows you to savor the decadent flavor of bourbon-infused gummy bears wherever your adventures take you.

Whether you're treating yourself to a moment of indulgence or sharing the luxury with friends, Sugarfina Bourbon Bears - Small promise a delightful and unique candy experience. Elevate your snacking game with these exquisite treats that redefine the boundaries of sweet sophistication.

Ingredients: Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Gelatin, Citric Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavor, Colour (Caramel Sugar Syrup), Bourbon, Beeswax, Carnauba Wax. Contains: May contain Milk, Soy, Wheat, Peanuts, Tree Nuts; NON-ALCOHOLIC.

Seven years later in 2017, O'Neill and Resnick's gourmet candy company Sugarfina made $40 million in revenue. Now, it shows no signs of stopping its reign as the luxury sweets brand that adults love eating and gifting.
Ethanol and water are the main components of most alcoholic beverages, although in some very sweet liqueurs the sugar content can be higher than the ethanol content. Ethanol (CAS Reg. No. 64–17–5) is present in alcoholic beverages as a consequence of the fermentation of carbohydrates with yeast.

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