Master of the Woods!
I've been eyeing this stuff in the pudding section of my local Edeka for a while. It's called Gotterspeise, which is a gelatin dessert, just like Jell-O. The flavor is something I've never seen in the states or anywhere else: Waldmeister. Literally translated we have Wald (forest) Meister (Master) or "Master of the Woods". When I googled "master of the woods", I came up with a very handsome wolf.
Google Translate says that Waldmeister: "woodruff". According to Oxford dictionary woodruff is "a white-flowered plant of the bedstraw family with whorled leaves, smelling of new-mown hay when dried or crushed." Here is a picture of this scented flower.
My kids and I decided to taste test this German dessert. It's clearly gelatine and it comes with a bourbon vanilla sauce to mix in. I concentrated to figure out the flavor, but was at a loss. It didn't taste fruity, floral, herbal or like hay, fresh or otherwise. It just tasted green. My daughter said, "I don't know what it tastes like, but its real gross". My 5 year old basically slurped it down without tasting it, so he was of no help. I thought it was pretty tasty and unlike anything I have tried before.
Waldmeister is not only a flavor of gelatine, but you can find it in a vareity of foods and beverages such as syrup for drinks, tea, freeze pops, gummy bears, ice cream, and beer!