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Lollyphile Back in Business; New Lollipop Flavors, including Sriracha & Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster
Lollyphile, a gourmet lollipop company, has reopened their virtual doors and now offer several new flavors, including Sriracha, Horchata, and Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, all hand-made to order.
“In November of last year I sent out a maudlin newsletter to our customers saying that we had to close down,” said Jason Darling, the owner of Lollyphile. “The last six months has been a lot of work, but I'm proud to say that Lollyphile is once again officially open for business and better than ever.”
Lollyphile prides itself on offering lollipop flavors that don’t exist anywhere else, and has ten new flavors for the relaunch of their website. “We still have old favorites like Absinthe, Maple Bacon, and White Russian,” said Jason, “but we have a lot of new surprises. Sriracha, Horchata, the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster, Bellini, and a bunch of others. They taste amazing. We’re really excited.”
Lollyphile’s lollipops will no longer contain high fructose corn syrup, and they are all hand-made to order in small batches of 50 lollipops at a time guaranteeing fresh and pretty candy. Furthermore, they are entirely made in the USA, and both shipping rates and times are improved. “We have a lot of stuff coming up in the next few months, as well- we're working on a modeling campaign, building a new website, and developing several new flavors, as well as mixed packs and international shipping.”
For more information about Lollyphile, or if you’d like high resolution pictures, samples, discount codes or giveaways for your readers, please email us at email@example.com or call Jason Darling at 415.690.5198.
About Lollyphile: Lollyphile started in San Francisco in 2008, offering Absinthe and Maple Bacon lollipops. Since then, they’ve substantially grown their flavor list, moved to Austin, Texas, have almost gone out of business and are now officially back in it. They’re pretty cool. You should probably get to know them.