Eat and Drink Halloween candy for adults, from the boozy to the caffeinated By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org October 25, 2016 5:14 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email ’Tis the season for candy corn and fun-size M&Ms. But if you’re way beyond proper trick-or-treating age and are craving something sweet, here are a few grown-up candies to stock up on this Halloween. Or any time of the year, really. Sugarfina’s Rosé All Day Bears Photo Credit: Sugarfina The Internet-breaking candies had a supposed waitlist of more than 18,000 people when they first debuted. The Whispering Angel Rosé-infused gummy bears imported from Germany are now back in stock, just in time for some wine-based tricks and treats. $8.50; multiple locations, sugarfina.com Roni-Sue’s Chocolates Aphrodisiac Collection Photo Credit: Paul Wagtouicz The Lower East Side chocolate shop's collection of dark chocolate ganache truffles are made with a variety of fruits, liqueurs and spices that are believed to have aphrodisiac properties. These might include absinthe, banana, passion fruit, pomegranate, fig and roses. $26/12 pieces, $40/16 pieces; 148 Forsyth St., 212-677-1216, roni-sue.com. Cranberry Sweets’ wine, beer and cider fruit jellies Photo Credit: Cranberry Sweets’ Hard Apple Cider Cabernet sauvignon, white merlot, white zinfandel, chardonnay, Angry Orchard hard apple cider and Deschutes Brewery's Inversion IPA are just some of the alcoholic beverages used to make this Oregon-based maker of pates de fruits -- or fruit jellies. $7.50/each; cranberrysweets.com Cacao Prieto’s coffee and sea salt chocolate Photo Credit: Cacao Prieto You're not going to waste an $8 chocolate bar on a kid. Especially one that's made with 72% single-origin organic Dominican Cacao, dark-roasted Dominican coffee and Caribbean sea salt. $8; 218 Conover St., Red Hook, 347-225-0130, cacaoprieto.com. Charm School Chocolate’s vanilla cappuccino crunch Photo Credit: Charm School Chocolate The Baltimore-based vegan chocolatier, which is sold in select retailers such as The Greene Grape in Fort Greene and Chelsea Market Baskets, coats Fair Trade coffee beans with a rich, vanilla bean white couverture. $12.99; charmschoolchocolate.com. Sockerbit’s romrussin fudge Photo Credit: Sockerbit’s rum/raisin fudge Rum raisin is a classic combo, found in anything from ice cream to tiramisu to fudge. Swedish candy store Sockerbit's delicate romrussin is among fudge options that also include vanilla, raspberry licorice and, of course, chocolate. $3.25/quarter pound; 89 Christopher St., 212-206-8170, sockerbit.com. By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.