Want some? You have to act fast.
If you’ve never tasted Cotton Candy grapes, you’re missing out on a real treat. These sweet little gems, produced by Grapery, are bursting with so much flavor that it’s hard not to eat an entire bag in one sitting. Fortunately, even if you did, these grapes are healthy and made with natural ingredients from cross-pollination, so you don’t have to feel bad for indulging.
Cotton Candy grapes have the texture, color, and smell like your average green bunch. However, once you bite into them, you’ll be reminded of the airy, sugary treat on a stick that you enjoyed as a kid at the carnival and state fair. Only with this snack—as opposed to cotton candy—you don’t have to worry about sticky fingers.
Their one downside, for some people at least, is that they’re only available for a short season, unlike other ripe, juicy varieties. Thankfully, Sam’s Club is making it possible for you to buy a few clusters in bulk—for a limited time, of course. The beloved warehouse giant is selling Cotton Candy grapes in 3-pound bags from now until September 20. But that’s not even the best part. The big box store is also offering $1 off every purchase of this special hybrid through September 10. With this deal, you can order a large batch online without breaking the bank for end-of-summer gatherings. You can also purchase Cotton Candy grapes at your local Whole Foods and Central Market, as well as H-E-B Grocery in Texas.
In case the Cotton Candy grapes don’t quite tickle your taste buds, Moon Drop grapes will also be hitting the shelves at Sam’s Club—just in time for Halloween. Though, no word on an exact date yet. The long, thin grapes are dark purple (think: eggplant) on the outside, but tinged light green on the fleshy inside. Although the flavor of Moon Drop grapes is reminiscent of traditional red grapes, they’re much sweeter with a gummy-like texture. Cheese and crackers on the appetizer menu at your Halloween party? These dark and wonky-shaped grapes are the perfect crowd-pleaser.
Hurry and grab a bunch at Sam’s Club before they disappear, or you’ll have to wait until next season. Great for poolside noshing, cheese boards, or fruit platters, these sweet, trendy clusters won’t last long.
This story originally appeared on Southern Living.