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Valentine’s Day Candy

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Valentine’s Day Candy

Ms. D'Alba's Valentine Candy Box. Photo by Rebekah Barnabas

Ms. D'Alba's Valentine Candy Box. Photo by Rebekah Barnabas

Ms. D'Alba's Valentine Candy Box. Photo by Rebekah Barnabas

Ms. D'Alba's Valentine Candy Box. Photo by Rebekah Barnabas

Sue Kim and Rebekah Barnabas

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Valentine’s Day might as well be synonymous with annual candy and chocolate-giving day. With aisles dedicated to Valentine-themed candies and chocolates, the sugar is all around us. While some candy and chocolate companies simply change their wrappers to shades of pink and red with hearts and kisses, other companies come out with limited-edition Valentine’s flavors, which are always fun to try. The Royal Reporter interviewed Royals on campus, asking them what their favorite Valentine’s candies are.

Mr. Faubl posing with Hershey’s kisses. Photo by Sue Kim

Mr. Faubl, physics wiz, informed us, “I like to stick to the classics–dark chocolate, Hershey’s kisses, and Reese’s peanut butter cups. The classics never fail to disappoint.”

Senior Madeline Nguyen, a candy connoisseur, gave us her thoughts on Valentine’s candy. “To be honest, I don’t taste a difference, but the appeal of Valentine’s themed lollipops, such as Dum Dums Heart Pops, is the heart-shape and fun colors.”

Maddy Nguyen ’19 with her favorite lollipop. Photo by Sue Kim

Senior Emma Hoferer, an M&M enthusiast, shared, “I like M&Ms because they give me a quick burst of energy when I have cross country or track. While the chocolate is still the same, the cute pink packing is a nice change from the usual brown.” 

Emma Hoferer ’19 and M&M’s. Photo by Sue Kim

Junior Vanesa Farooq, jelly bean lover, commented, “I would buy Valentine’s candy just for the cute packaging, but more than that, I love how usually the flavors are either cherry and sugar, which are two of my favorite things!”

Vanesa Farooq’s ’20 favorite gummy and jelly bean cup. Photo by Sue Kim

 We hope you enjoy Valentine’s Day, filled with family, friends, love, and, most importantly, candy! So, go out there and try out the new and classic Valentine’s Day candy.

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Sue Kim, Staff Writer

Sue Kim is a senior at Rosary Academy and a first-time writer for the Royal Reporter. She spends her time binging Youtube videos, re-watching Friends episodes,...

Rebekah Barnabas, Features Editor

Rebekah Barnabas is a senior who can be easily identified by the constant smile on her face (unless she is terribly hungry or legitimately sleep deprived)....

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