I'll take you to the candyshop
The children's birthday party is in full swing. The table is full of sweet cherry lollipops, cupcakes, red Jell-O and all sorts of other goodies. The highlight is the thick cake with creamy cream topping and a fruity core of delicious cherry cream.
After all the children have been picked up and spend the night with their best friends, the parents pour themselves a fine cherry drop and toast to the successful celebration. The drop is still fruity but at the same time a pleasantly bitter almond note makes itself felt. A second and a third glass follow.
"Let's go out!" And they make their way to a bar where pretty women are dancing on the tables. Walking past them, you smell their skin which smells creamy, vanilla almost creamy. There is only a very subtle smell of cherry. How fitting!
The famous wine gum cherry on the cocktail umbrella remind again of the colorful hustle and bustle in the afternoon, until suddenly from the boxes the dull beat of 50Cents Candyshop echoes.