Warren Buffett has a sugar addiction he won’t apologize for. He drinks at least 5 cans of Coca-Cola per day, besides his sugar habit. Berkshire Hathaway bothered to purchase See’s Candy Shops in 1972, a year after Buffett had tried their chocolate. Buffett still owns See’s Candy. The company has expanded under his management. His favorite candies from Sees are the following: chocolate walnut fudge, peanut brittle, vanilla walnut fudge, See’s Awesome Peanut Brittle Bars and Bridge Mix. He likes chocolate walnut fudge because it is sweet, creamy, and comes with large walnut pieces inside. You can buy a pound of homemade fudge for $20.
Peanut brittle affirms Buffett’s love of nuts, also available as a sugar-free candy. Buffett prefers the real sugar though. 10 ounces of peanut brittle is available for $11 a pound, or 8 ounces for $20. The vanilla walnut fudge is individually wrapped, covered in chocolate, a box of 8 sells for $11. Lastly, the bridge mix refers to Buffett’s love of the game bridge, and the types of sweets at that game, which is a favorite of Buffet’s. You can buy a pound for $20. Buffet has a sweet tooth for other sweets besides.
Buffett likes root beer floats and indulging in a bowl of mint chocolate chip for breakfast. His favorite dessert is a root beer float, always ordered after a meal at his favorite restaurant, Piccolo’s. He orders a large for $6. Buffett’s addiction extends to Dairy Queen sundaes, having owned Dairy Queen since 1997. He visits the restaurant with his great-grandchildren for a treat. Buffett believes in eating food that makes him happy, which he feels increases his longevity. Buffett also likes cherry Coke besides normal Coke. Buffett can easily eat 2,500 calories a day. See’s Candy is one of his favorite types of candy.