Cayenne Bullet Candy – 1930s Meets HOT
These mold for these spicy candies was used by a candy-maker in the 1930s when hard candy was popular. So why bullets? Think: G-Men, Mafioso, and James Cagney. The best of the baddest. But little compared to this: a powerful cayenne candy, made in the 197os at the request of a dentist. The reason – one of the many medicinal values of cayenne pepper is that it numbs pain especially where gums and teeth are concerned. As hot a pepper candy as you’d ever want to taste: these handmade beauties are sugar free and made with cayenne pepper. 4 oz in a heat-sealed bag.