Terpenes And Your Business: Candy

Terpenes And Your Business: Candy Stores

Perhaps one of the hallmarks of the present age is America’s willingness to embrace its inner child. Every day, new stores open up that cater to adults who measure their age not by what’s on their driver’s license, but what’s their shoe size. A business trend that we’re particularly intrigued by is the development of candy stores for adults. Popping up all over the country, these boutique bonbon stores stock all the tasty treats that you loved as a kid and then some.

 

The stores appeal to more than just your sweet tooth, however, and for business owners looking for ways to distinguish their businesses from their competitors, you’ll want to engage every one of your customer’s senses. An easy way to do that, of course, is by offering terpenes at your candy store. Join True Terpenes as we explore why adding our terpenes for sale to your adult candy store might be just the treat you’re looking for.

 

A Fresh Take on the Willy Wonka Formula

Many of these adult candy stores began opening in the early 2010s. Capitalizing on a particular market niche as well as the expansion of social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram, the brilliant packaging and presentation of this new generation candy shops were met with near universal acclaim.

 

Many of these businesses attribute their success to a few key factors. For many, they believe it’s because they are filling a gap in the market for adult candy enthusiasts. Traditionally, “candy stores for adults” were often viewed as overly fancy, and complex. High-priced chocolates like truffles, cordials, and other nuanced treats may appeal to some, but they do not appeal to all. Instead, this new generation of candy stores for adults offers the very treats that your inner six-year-old craves most. From gummy bears and caramels to chocolate chips and more, these are the candies that we all want the most.

 

The other factor for their success is that they are reinventing chocolates to fit an adult crowd. It’s not uncommon to find alcohol or even cannabis-infused candy treats and many of the stores now. For many, these are flavors that they already enjoy the other way, and simply blending them together offers a fresh and immediate way to enjoy both flavors at once.

 

Finally, these stores share a taste for not only great treats but also great aesthetics. In many cases, packaging for these candy treats is nearly as enticing as the actual candies themselves. Bright colors in sleek boxes wrapped in bows decorate every corner of these high-end candy stores. When paired with popular candies and new recipes, this appealing packaging is truly irresistible to anyone.

 

Why Terpenes and Candy Are a Sweet Couple

Candy does different things for different people. For some, it’s a wonderful way to reward themselves after a long day. For others, it’s how they deal with stress and anxiety. For still more, it’s a way to connect with friends and family. No matter what it does, candy engages a variety of our senses. That’s why terpenes make such a great pair for your adult candy store.

 

For nearly every candy flavor and aroma there is a matching terpene that can enhance those flavors. In the right combinations, your customers can enjoy a heightened candy-tasting experience when they enjoy them alongside aromatic or diluted terpene oils.

 

Adding Terpenes to Your Candy

While we think you should start stocking terpenes with your candies for adults right away, we would be remiss if we didn’t offer this warning. You should only add terpene oil to the products you produce at your candy store and do not add them to any third-party products. This is a great way to ensure that you are not exposed to any legal consequences but is also a great opportunity to innovate and change up your recipes and product lines.

 

Because they already come in a liquid form, when properly diluted, terpenes can be easily added to any of your recipes. If you’re trying to heighten the essence of a certain product like a chocolate truffle, you can use terpenes that share those notes and profiles.

 

Popular Terpenes to Use in Your Next Batch of Candy

In the book, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The factory itself was almost described as a sort of candy garden. While candy does not occur naturally in the wild, terpenes do. In fact, you’ll find more than 200 naturally occurring terpenes throughout the world. True Terpenes has taken the time to capture the essence of each one of these terpenes in our extensive line of terpene oils and isolates.

 

Like a kid in a candy shop, you might feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of terpene options you have. Fortunately for you, some of our most popular terpenes make a great addition to nearly any meal or dessert, including your latest candy creation. Take a look at some of our fan favorites:

  • Myrcene: This terpene is often found in tropical fruits. With its notable aromas of hop some clothes, you can add this terpene oil to a wide variety of chocolates and other treats.
  • Humulene: With its almost bitter characteristic, this terpene might be great for dark chocolates or candies that use coffee flavors.
  • Linalool: This terpene has an herbaceous and spicy tone to it. It might make for a fine addition to smooth white chocolates.
  • Caryophyllene: One of the more complex terpenes, caryophyllene features a spicy-sweet body with woody and clove-like aromas. For those looking to add depth to their truffles, this might be just the thing.
  • Pinene: Thanks to its bright piney aroma, this terpene is nearly tailor-made for mints and hard candies.
  • Limonene: Found commonly in citrus fruits, this terpene has a bright and effervescent note to it. This makes it great for fruit-flavored gummies, hard candies, and more.

 

In addition to these isolates, were also very excited to offer our own lineup of terpene flavors. Carefully mixed from a variety of terpenes and carry agents like MCT oil, these flavor profiles capture the essence of some of your favorite foods. Open up a bottle of our Green Apple Up Terp flavor, and you’ll be treated to an engaging scent that’s not unlike biting into a crisp green apple. With classic flavors like strawberry, lemon, grape, and more, you can offer the bold taste and aroma of your favorite fruits in your candy creations.

 

Bring Terpenes into Your Candy Shop Today

Enter into a world of pure imagination and add terpene oils to your candy store for adults today. With our extensive collection of strains, flavors, and isolates, you can use our products to create candies that cannot be found anywhere else. Shop our terpenes for sale in order from True Terpenes today.

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