Bubblegum is a type of chewing gum especially designed for blowing bubbles. For songs called "Chewing Gum" see Chewing Gum (song Chewing gum is a type of Confectionery traditionally made of Chicle Bubblegum is available in many different colours and flavours. The most common flavour is the distinctive one also known as "bubblegum", which is a combination of wintergreen, peppermint, vanilla and cinnamon. Wintergreen is a group of plants Wintergreen once commonly referred to Plants that continue Photosynthesis (remain Green) throughout the Winter Peppermint ( Mentha × piperita) is a hybrid mint, a cross between Watermint ( Mentha aquatica) and Spearmint Vanilla is a Flavoring derived from Orchids of the genus Vanilla native to Mexico. Cinnamon ( Cinnamomum verum, synonym C zeylanicum) is a small Evergreen Tree 10–15 metres (32  Bubblegum with this flavour is traditionally coloured a light shade of pink. Pink is a pale Red Color that was first recorded in the 17th century to describe the pale red Flowers of pinks, Flowering plants
Bubble gum tends to be more viscous than standard chewing gum: this facilitates bubble blowing. Viscosity is a measure of the resistance of a Fluid which is being deformed by either Shear stress or Extensional stress. Some brands are designed to be non-sticky so they do not stick to one's face. Examples include Big League Chew, Bubble Yum, Bazooka, Dubble Bubble, and Bubblicious. Big League Chew is a brand of Bubble gum that is shredded and packaged in an aluminum foil pouch Current Logo / Image Does Not Reflect Bubble Yum 1976 Bubble Yum is a brand of Bubble gum marketed by The Hershey Company. Bazooka is a brand of Bubble gum. It was first marketed shortly after World War II in the U Dubble Bubble is a Brand of Bubble gum invented in 1928 by Philadelphia-based Fleer. Bubblicious is a brand of Bubble gum produced by Cadbury Adams. In North America, bubblegum is often dispensed in gumball machines. A gumball machine is a toy or commercial device a specific type of Vending machine, which dispenses gumballs, usually for a small fee paid in Coins
The first bubble gum was developed by Frank H. Fleer, the founder of the Fleer Company, in 1906. Frank Henry Fleer (died 1921 was an American Confectioner whose Fleer corporation developed the first Bubble gum from his earlier attempts The Fleer Corporation founded by Frank H Fleer in the mid-19th century was the first company to successfully manufacture Bubblegum. This gum was too sticky and broke too easily, so it was quickly abandoned.  Bubble gum was first introduced to the American public in 1911, but was not commercially successful.  The reason Bubble Gum is traditionally pink is that it was the original colour used by Frank H. Fleer, as it was the only one in stock when he made it.
The Fleer company later developed an improved bubblegum, which they marketed under the name Dubble Bubble. Dubble Bubble is a Brand of Bubble gum invented in 1928 by Philadelphia-based Fleer. The invention of Dubble Bubble is commonly attributed to Walter Diemer, an accountant at Fleer. Walter E Diemer ( 8 January 1905 — 8 January 1998) was an accountant and inventor of Bubble gum.  It has been claimed this story was fabricated in the 1960's by the Fleer company so the "inventor" of bubblegum could appear on the popular game show What's My Line?. What's My Line? is a weekly panel Game show which was produced by Mark Goodson and Bill Todman for CBS The true inventor, Fleer president Gilbert Mustin, had passed away by that time and Fleer did not want to lose the publicity opportunity.
Up to the 1970s, bubble gum had a tendency to stick to one's face, if given the opportunity. But with the advent of super-soft, non-stick gum like Bubble Yum, Bubblicious, and Hubba Bubba, bubble blowing became a less dangerous sport. Current Logo / Image Does Not Reflect Bubble Yum 1976 Bubble Yum is a brand of Bubble gum marketed by The Hershey Company. Bubblicious is a brand of Bubble gum produced by Cadbury Adams. Hubba Bubba is a brand of bubble gum originally produced by Wm In the years that followed, the fear of gum sticking to one's face actually ceased to be a cultural phenomenon, despite having been a common humourous reference in entertainment, previously.
Indeed, with the introduction of Bubble Yum, bubble gum became one of the best-selling sweets in the US. Current Logo / Image Does Not Reflect Bubble Yum 1976 Bubble Yum is a brand of Bubble gum marketed by The Hershey Company. Sold by Life Savers, it soon outpaced that company's eponymous flagship candy in annual sales. Life Savers is an American brand of ring-shaped mints and artificially fruit-flavored hard candy.