- Vanilla Taffy. Call us old-fashioned, but nothing tastes better than a piece of Vanilla salt-water taffy.
- Peppermint Flavored Taffy. Another classic, our peppermint taffy is hard to beat.
- Watermelon Salt Water Taffy. Ready for summer?
- Cotton Candy Flavored Taffy.
- Banana Salt Water Taffy.
What is the difference between taffy and saltwater taffy?
Manufacturers of the candy in seaside towns capitalize on the name of salt water taffy, but there is truly no difference between salt water and regular taffy.
What is special about salt water taffy?
salt water taffy, a type of taffy (a chewy and soft candy) that originated in Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S. The recipe for salt water taffy does not actually include salt water from the ocean, though it does usually call for salt and water, as well as sugar, corn syrup, butter, cornstarch, flavoring, and coloring.
Why do beaches have salt water taffy?
So where did salt water taffy get it’s name? There’s a legend that in 1888, a man named David Bradley had a candy shop which got flooded during a storm. As a result his soft taffy got soaked in ocean salt water. A young girl came in his shop asking for taffy and he joked about only having salt water taffy.