What is your favorite jelly bean? Is it red? Or do you dare to admit that you love the black licorice jelly bean? If you do that, you will be happy to learn that you are not alone in that since others share your sentiments. And you can fully admit that on National Jelly Bean Day.
April 22nd is the day to enjoy those jelly beans because it is National Jelly Bean Day. One of the snacks that people have in their bowls in their homes is jelly beans. Jelly beans with a variety of flavors include cherry, red ones, apple which is the green ones; orange, which is the orange ones, lemon, which are the yellow ones – and the dreaded black ones, which are the licorice ones.
Jelly beans also come in gourmet flavors that notably come from Jelly Belly as you can enjoy coffee-flavored, or chocolate-flavored, or vanilla-flavored jelly beans. They are a treat that you may associate with Easter time because of the vibrant colors of jelly beans. That is why this treat is so appealing because of the fantastic colors they feature, and they are popular all over the world.
Jelly beans are also a fantastic treat as restaurants give out packets of the treat to kids after ordering dinner. Why does the wait staff at restaurants do that? That is because kids love jelly beans, and so do adults. You can never go wrong with them. Isn’t that way you also see hosts offer a large bowl of jelly beans at parties and get together?
The History Of National Jelly Bean Day
Easter has been associated with jelly beans for the longest time, so it is possible the date of April 22nd was assigned as National Jelly Bean Day. However, that is speculation. In the mid 19th century, jelly beans were developed to add extra spice to the Easter celebration. It was believed that the jelly bean was a cleaner version of the Turkish delight. However, there is no known tie to that. Throughout the 20th century, jelly beans had various uses, and one famous use of the jelly bean was through the Harry Potter series. Any assortment of jelly beans represented anything you can imagine yourself being. That is just an example of how the jelly bean expanded in other life areas away from Easter.
How To Celebrate National Jelly Bean Day
That is an easy one. Go and enjoy your jelly beans on that day. Why not share your favorite ones to show off on social media by using #NationalJellyBeanDay in the post.
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