a to z: j is for (mellow) jelly belly

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Wikipedia

Jelly Belly jelly beans

Gotta be Jelly Belly

Texture no other can beat

Flavors no other can beat

Bubble Gum, Tutti-Fruitti, Watermelon, Top Banana, Cotton Candy, 7UP

Oh how I miss you Caramel Apple

Get outta my box, Buttered Popcorn and Toasted Marshmallow

Bite um in half

Savor

Be mellow

  • A to Z Challenge: J
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33 thoughts on “a to z: j is for (mellow) jelly belly

  1. Our school used to take trips to the Jelly Belly factory. It’s in California, you know. 🙂 You would not believe what flavors we have there. They only ship out certain flavors to certain areas of the world. And some of them are… Wow! Same as Coca-Cola (if you’re ever in Atlanta, GA, I suggest a trip to the Coca-Cola museum). The flavors Coke has from all over the world are… uh… interesting. ^_^ It’s pretty amazing.

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    • Oh My Goodness!!! I just saw the Jelly Belly factory on Wikipedia and vow to go there someday. The Coca-Cola factory is also on my bucket list as Coke is THE drink (read: the.only.drink). My Coke of choice (so far) is glass bottle Mexican Coke made with real sugar. Man, I think this girl’s gonna mellow out tonight with a Mexican Coke and Jelly Bellys! 🙂

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    • Oh my goodness! Thank you for sharing that with me. Those jelly bean sculptures and designs are amazing! Thoughts in my head while looking at all those photos: that can’t be real, those ARE jelly beans, I wonder what the store must smell like?, how do they keep the place from being infested by ants and roaches?, it must’ve taken a whole lot of patience to make the sundae and green monster, I GOTTA go there! 😀

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