If you've ever had the burning thought "Wow, I'd really like to try a high-end lollipop," your troubles are answered. In today's edition of completely unnecessary holiday products, here's a champagne-flavored lollipop with real flecks of 24 karat gold. A pack of two costs about $12.
Our sentiments are similar to those expressed by Brian Yamamoto at Foodbeast. "This is seriously the most ostentatious lollipop I have ever seen," he writes. Instead, HuffPost Food suggests purchasing a decent sparkling wine for about $12 that will last you longer than this lollipop. And you don't have to worry about wasting tiny flecks of tasteless gold.
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