website. Caramel Me Happy promised to be a salty caramel, but it was more sweet than salty, though the caramel flavor was exceedingly rich. Fab-O-Pom is a combination of orange and pomegranate, and it made the mouth pucker in delight. If the Maple Bacon was the least of the four treasures, it was because the flavor was more maple and smoke than anything remotely porky, even though the ingredient list includes both bacon bits and natural bacon flavor.(That's right, this is not a vegetarian lollipop.) The lollipops sell for about 50 cents apiece at Central Market. Sweetriot is a chocolate pick-me-up that packs more flavor than you could imagine in each tiny "peace" (the owners are hippies, the company's website says, so they can spell however they choose). This is, after all, "all-natural, anti-oxidant-rich, dairy-free, kosher, gluten-free cacao with a mission." That mission is to give your mouth great flavor while giving your body better health, all in a recyclable container filled with equitably sourced chocolate from Latin America. That's all well and good, but how does it taste? Super. I bought the 100 percent dark cacao nibs dunked in 70 percent dark chocolate with espresso, and one or two candy kernels explode in the mouth with a burst of intense chocolate flavor. And the lingering aftertaste means you won't have to keep popping more in your mouth every few seconds. No corn syrup here, either. At least I don't think so. The label says they are made from "cacao mass, sugar, cacao beans, cacao butter, soy lecithin, natural vanilla, natural coffee flavor, glaze and lovin'." I've never seen a harvest of "lovin'" before, so I'm not quite sure how much is needed per tin, and I'll have to trust them on the glaze. The candies come in tiny tins that won't take up much room in pocket or purse. The price is $3.99 a tin at Central Market.