What Is The Paper In A Kiss Called?

What is a Nigglywiggly?

What Is A Nigglywiggly? FACT OF THE DAY: A nigglywiggly is the little piece of paper that extends out of a Hershey’s Kiss chocolate. Yes, that actually has a name.

Why do kisses have paper?

Ever wondered why that little piece of paper hangs out of a Hershey’s Kiss? It’s because that was the company’s way of flagging their candy so consumers would know that it was an original Hershey’s Kiss. The common little paper tail is known as a Niggly Wiggly.

Is the paper in a Hershey Kiss edible?

The original purpose of the paper plume (as it is officially called) is to identify a genuine Hershey’s kiss from an imposter. The other most common reason is quoted as to making them easier to open. Did you know that the plume is actually edible?

Why is a Hershey Kiss called a kiss?

The name is now accepted without question, but when you think about it, it’s kind of a strange name for a candy. Well, Hershey’s apparently got the name “Kisses,” because of the sound and the motion that the machine made when it deposited the chocolate onto the conveyer belt.

What is the oldest candy bar?

Chocolate Cream bar

Why do Hershey kisses taste like vomit?

According to MailOnline, the chemical found in Hershey’s chocolate, vomit, parmesan cheese and sour butter is called butyric acid. They also claim the butyric acid — which gives vomit its acidic smell and taste — gives American chocolate its “tangy” flavor.