Jelly Belly Jelly Bean concept store and art gallery is now open in Queenstown!
Enjoy a taste sensation developed to tantalise even the most sophisticated palate at the Skyline Jelly Belly store.
Located at the top of the Gondola, the Jelly Bean store has added to the many attractions on offer at Skyline Queenstown.
Created from natural ingredients such as fruit purées and coconut whenever possible and with 30 fantastic true to life flavours there is sure to be a flavour to tantalise everyone’s taste buds. You can choose from an entire wall of Pick 'n Mix beans. Purchase gift packs to take home to family and friends or sample various flavours with a pick and mix box.
Dare to compare and try your luck on the Bean Boozled winning wheel.
It's a daring game which involves spinning a wheel to select a bean. For each jelly bean colour on the wheel there are two possible flavours - one delicious flavour and one that'll leave a bad taste in your mouth.
The catch is you can't tell which bean is good or bad until you taste it!
You could be trying strawberry jam, chocolate pudding and caramel corn or dog food, vomit and rotten egg.
These beans may look alike but they could not taste more different from each other. Think you can tell them apart?
Jelly Belly masterpieces
Around the Skyline Queenstown complex you'll find various works of Jelly Belly art. These masterpieces have been painstakingly created entirely out of jelly beans.
See a replica of American Gothic recreatewith over 17,000 jelly beans and Frodo from Lord of the Rings boasting over 11,500 beans.
This may not be traditional art but the Jelly Bean works on show are just incredible, so come on up and see it for yourself!
Can't make it to visit us in Queenstown? Get your Jelly Belly fix online.
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