The flavors of a Cadbury Creme Egg go well with some foods, like Oreos and Starbucks Frappuccinos. Based on the reaction to Cadbury's latest experiment, mayonnaise isn't one of them. As Today reports, the UK confectionary company has collaborated with Heinz to produce a limited batch of Cadbury Creme Egg mayo.

Heinz first unveiled the product on Twitter on April 1, but unfortunately, it wasn't a prank. From April 11 to 13, adventurous eaters will be able pick up free sample of the savory-sweet condiment at Ely's Yard, Truman Brewery in London while supplies last.

The mayo isn't meant to be spread on your leftover Easter ham sandwiches. Heinz and Cadbury recommends scooping it onto sweet items like waffles and crumpets. But no matter the serving suggestions, people are still hesitant to give it a taste: Twitter users responded to Heinz to report they were "terrified of what I just saw" and "curled up in the fetal position waiting for you to take this back."

This isn't the first example of Cadbury Creme Eggs showing up in questionable contexts. Mad food scientists have turned the treat into pizzas, Scotch eggs, and egg salad sandwiches.

[h/t Today]