Cow Tales are chewy snack sticks made of caramel and filled with cream. They are not made from actual cows' tails.
Why Are They Called Cow Tales?
Caramel Cow Tales are the original flavor introduced by Goetze's Candy Company in 1984. They are made from the same secret family recipe used to make Goetze's Caramel Cremes (a.k.a. "Bulls-Eyes"). Cow Tales were named in correlation with "Bulls-Eyes," maintaining the cow theme used to promote Goetze's dedication to making caramel with quality ingredients, including real milk. To keep the name from being taken literally, Goetze's used "Tales" instead of "Tails," and added the image of a cow jumping over the moon, an allusion to the "Hey Diddle Diddle" nursery rhyme.
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