Last week during a Team NJCB meeting/bottleshare/Membership printing party we ate a bunch of hop candies from B-Hoppy. Bob from B-Hoppy sent over the following information.
The amazing thing about the candy is that it’s straight hops without any interference from malt or yeast character which you would get from tasting a heavily late-hopped/dry hopped beer. The many varieties that I’ve done over the years have revealed subtle flavor nuances that you really can’t detect when tasting them in a beer. This guy did a cool sampling of the candy: http://beersensoryscience.wordpress.com/2012/04/19/hop-candies-woah/.
I don’t really advertise except for a twitter account @hopcandy and a facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/262182173800909/?ref=ts&fref=ts.
I do a lot of t-shirts that my nephew (who designed the logo) screens and I hock at various beer events: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=335358626548471&set=o.262182173800909&type=1&theater along with rhizomes which I’ve been doing since the late 80’s.