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Have you ever tasted “cotton candy” grapes?

Asked by rockfan (11259points) 4 weeks ago from iPhone

They’re cultivated to taste like cotton candy, grown in California. Tried them for the first time yesterday and really liked them. Perfect for a chicken salad ;)

What do you think of them? Are they available at your grocery store?

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ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

They’re crazy. They really taste like cotton candy. I had them at a dinner party. Not sure where the host got them.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

No, but they sound interesting.Are they green?

jca2's avatar

I’ve had them. They were good but they’re expensive. Costco has them sometimes.

@lucillelucillelucille: Yes, they’re green.

hmmmmmm's avatar

They’re too sweet. Years ago, my kids used to like to freeze them and have a couple on a hot day.

Brian1946's avatar

I agree with @hmmmmmm

I sampled one or two, that were organically grown.

When I eat grapes, I expect fruity and refreshing sweetness, not something that tastes like refined, woven sugar.

raum's avatar

Too sweet for my taste.
But the kids loved them.

JLeslie's avatar

I have. I prefer regular red grapes.

Patty_Melt's avatar

I’ve never heard of them. Now I must go on a hunt.

Glambarber's avatar

No, I haven’t.

Lightlyseared's avatar

The Daughter loves them but I find them a bit sweet.

rockfan's avatar

I think they’re great for whenever I’m craving candy

SEKA's avatar

Nope, never tasted them

tedibear's avatar

I have had them, and found them too sweet for me.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Never heard of them before. Sounds like something the kids would like. Kids can handle sweetness overload better than adults, IMO.

nickjohn9's avatar

Nope but sounds tasty. where to get them in NY?

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