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I gently placed the small amber square of candy on my tongue. It melted instantly, coating my mouth with the sweet taste of brown sugar.

By lilacsky, September 11, 2013.
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Of all the candy in the store I am drawn to the caramel. I buy it chocolate coated and slip it into my jacket pocket. My secret pleasure. On my walk home I can feel it knocking into my leg, reminding me of my ritual. A cup of coffee with cream and hazelnut essence, my smooth jazz and my soft reclining chair. The caramel will sit on a china plate until I am serene, then I will bite. Smooth. Soft. Delicious. In that moment I am a child again in my mother's kitchen. She passes around the Christmas candy and I rummage through the box for my favourites; there are none. My face falls. Then my mother breaks into one of her grins and hands me a little bag with all the caramel barrels in it. As the last of the bite dissolves on my tongue I recall the hug I gave her that wintry day, I can almost feel it, and a warmth spreads through me that has nothing to do with the sugar.

By randolf, October 24, 2014.
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The colour was so fresh; bright, shiny brown. the caramel was a gooey honey like liquid with a more opaque appearance. it consisted of shades varying from beige to dark-brown colours. i dipped my finger in the bowl full of melted warm caramel to taste and my tongue was instantly stimulated with a little bit sweet and buttery taste. A true deep South flavor. it was light and rich...i loved nothing more.

By Iman Malik, June 30, 2015.