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Family freezes rare chocolate ‘Boomer Bars’ for 33 years ‘until Bengals win Super Bowl’

Many fans have been saving commemorative Bengals memorabilia, beers and more in anticipation of finally bringing them back for the Super Bowl. And, for a family, it’s a rare Bengals edition chocolate bar. went to the Super Bowl in 1989, they bought two Boomer Esiason candy bars, also known as Boomer Bar. the Super Bowl. “The bars were put in the freezer and have been there for – for 33 years. They said, over the years, the Bengals have made the playoffs but never the Super Bowl and now they joke that, if they win, they will finally thaw the bars in celebration.”So here we are, Super Sunday is just days away and we’ve added Boomer Bars to the Super Bowl menu,” the two said.The Bengals are preparing to face the Rams at the Super Bowl Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m.

Many fans have been saving commemorative Bengals memorabilia, beers and more in anticipation of finally bringing them back for the Super Bowl.

And, for a family, it’s a rare Bengals edition chocolate bar.

Justin Tucker and Travis Sheehan said the last time the Bengals went to the Super Bowl in 1989, they bought two Boomer Esiason candy bars, also known as Boomer Bars.

They were disappointed after the team’s Super Bowl loss that they decided to save the bars and “not eat them until they won the Super Bowl.”

The bars were put in the freezer and have been there ever since – for 33 years.

They said that over the years the Bengals have made the playoffs but never the Super Bowl and now they joke that if they win they will finally defrost the bars in celebration.

“So here we are, Super Sunday is days away and we’ve added Boomer Bars to the Super Bowl menu,” the two said.

The Bengals are preparing to face the Rams in the Super Bowl. Kick-off is set for 6:30 p.m.

Richard Dement

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