Snickers unveils 3 new deliciously wild flavors

We've been waiting for this.

Snickers sent the internet abuzz last week with the announcement of its three newest candy bars for next year. The wild new flavors -- salty & sweet, espresso and fiery -- will join its line of "Hunger Bars," which currently satisfies all of our current states like Cranky, Hangry and Sleepy. 

Scroll through to see what we thought of the new flavors:

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Snickers Salty & Sweet 

If you can't quite pinpoint what you're craving, opt for the salty & sweet. The salted caramel flavored bar is perfect for those days when you keep juggling between a nibble of chocolate and a nibble of popcorn. Topped with sea salt, it's got the best of both worlds. 

Snickers Fiery 

Infused with hot pepper, Snickers Fiery is perfect for when you need to spice up your day. It's not too spicy, but it definitely has a lil' kick! 

Snickers Espresso

Afternoon lags call for the espresso-infused flavor. The bar has a subtle coffee hue, combined with the crunchy perfection of a regular Snickers bar. 

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If you're feeling indecisive, opt for a bite of salted caramel. Feeling wimpy? Take a bite of hot pepper-infused chocolate. Are you irritable this afternoon? Alleviate that caffeine headache with a nibble of espresso.

"SNICKERS® knows that when you're hungry, you lose your flavor and turn into your less desirable self. Our new flavors paired with hunger symptoms provide an extended dimension to show how SNICKERS® ultimately satisfies when hunger strikes," said Senior Brand Manager Michael Italia.

Although these limited-edition flavors won't be available until June 2018, we'll just have to satisfy our craving with the classic version of the candy bar -- but we're not complaining. 

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Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a chocolate beer bottle after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
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A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, adjusts three-dimensional chocolate logos in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays three-dimensional Easter-themed shapes after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays a chocolate beer bottle after it was printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Gaetan Richard, founder of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company, displays three-dimensional Easter-themed shapes after being printed at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Gaetan Richard poses with the logo of the Miam Factory 3D printing chocolate company after being printed by a specialized 3D machine in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
A specialized 3D printing machine applies melted chocolate to shape a chocolate beer bottle at Belgian chocolate company Miam Factory in Gembloux, Belgium, April 10, 2017. Picture taken April 10, 2017. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
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