Bomb Pop Introduces A New 3-In-1 Candy Flavor For Summer

What would summertime be without the sound of the neighborhood ice cream truck and a good old-fashioned Bomb Pop? The original Bomb Pop, introduced in 1955, featured patriotic red, white, and blue colors in cherry, lime, and blue raspberry flavors. Although it's a long-standing, well-established brand and kids have enjoyed the original flavor and form for decades, that hasn't stopped Bomb Pop from creating new and innovative flavors to delight children of all ages.

Bomb Pop announced today, via a press release, its newest flavor mash-up, a candy-inspired trio of flavors arranged in three distinctive hues. Bomb Pop Candy Clash unites the flavors of blue raspberry, strawberry, and watermelon in pastel blue, pink, and green shades, all frozen into the classic Bomb Pop shape. The newest Bomb Pop, which combines three fan-favorite flavors, is just the most recent addition to Bomb Pop's creative Mashups line of frozen treats.

Bomb Pops Candy Clash joins other Mashups Flavors

The new Bomb Pop Candy Clash will be sold individually in both 3.75-ounce and 4.5-ounce sizes, as well as in a 12-pack of 1.75-ounce pops. The 12-pack has a suggested retail price of $4.29, and you can find retailers carrying the newest flavor on the Bomb Pops website

Candy Clash is simply the brand's newest Mashup flavor, a line of Bomb Pops which combines three unique flavors to recreate iconic flavors and candies. Candy Clash joins the Nerds Bomb Pop, which combines the Nerds candy flavors of tart strawberry, sweet watermelon, and tangy grape, as well as the Hawaiian Punch Bomb Pop, which recreates the iconic drink with a combination of three Hawaiian Punch flavors Fruit Juicy Red, Green Berry Rush, and Ocean Orange. Bomb Pops also sells Mashup flavors based on Crush sodas, Banana Fudge, and Watermelon.

With more than 50 years on the market, whether they're selling their original tri-color flavor or a new mashup, the Bomb Pops brand is certainly experienced at bringing a little sweetness to each summer.