Sadly, you'll have to wait a few months before you can try it.

By Alexandra Mondalek / Money and Money
Updated: October 25, 2016

This story originally appeared on Money.com. 

The makers of America’s most iconic candy are bucking the pumpkin spice fall trend in favor of something more traditional: caramel and chocolate.

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In a tweet posted on Tuesday morning, the M&M brand revealed that its newest flavor would be a caramel and chocolate candy, clocking in at 190 calories per serving. Unfortunately, the tasty treats won’t be available in stores until May 2017.

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In the candy’s 75 year history, this flavor combination has never been offered. Instead, other popular varieties like peanut and dark chocolate M&Ms have won over candy lovers.

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While M&Ms have long been a popular favorite, Skittles are actually the current best-selling candy in the U.S., followed by Twizzlers.

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