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Do you remember the Cotton Candy Grapes craze at the start of summer?
Everyone wanted to get their hands on a bag of grapes that tasted just like the delicious carnival snack.
The best part about them was that they were entirely natural, which is what sold me to grab a bag.
And they tasted amazing!
I was obsessed with them, and before I could prepare myself to say goodbye to these until next season, stores stopped bringing them in.
Now the California-based company has another batch of delicious grapes for everyone to try, and this one may become even more popular than the cotton candy ones!
Grapery guarantees that Gum Drop Grapes "deliver on taste."
While they only have a limited availability of this batch (from September to the beginning of November), people who have had the chance to try them can't get enough of it.
What's better than cotton candy grapes??? Gum drop grapes ðŸ’œ pic.twitter.com/hLrAacar9c— Dawn Grandy (@dalkodawn) August 17, 2018
If you can't get your hands on Gum Drop Grapes, try looking for Moon Drops.
Moon Drop— cliffysmalls (@cliffysmalls) November 3, 2017
Grapes shaped like zucchini squash pic.twitter.com/oyTdKOIWj1
I don't know what slaps harder Moon Drop or Cotton Candy grapes— 3RIC (@3RIC_Bourdain) September 20, 2018
I've just discovered the joy of moon drop grapes. They look like teeny tiny eggplants and are filled with love ðŸ’• ðŸ‡ pic.twitter.com/eMAa3CZyAQ— Teresa Andreani (@ttino24) September 22, 2018
These odd-looking grapes are available from August to mid-November.
Not only are they seedless, they said to be just as sweet as Gum Drop Grapes.
Keep in mind, these grapes are all natural, without additives, infusions, or GMOs!
Where can you find these grapes?
Depending on your location, Grapery ships their delicious batches to these stores:
- Whole Foods
- Sam's Club
- Whole Foods
- The Fresh Market
- Raley's Supermarkets
- Some Target locations
For a more comprehensive list of where you can find these products in your state, click here.