We may be sour, but we know our sweets.
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 24, 2015
Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and Mike and Ike, I don't care if I...
Reviewed by Matty on Mar 9, 2015
Root Beer is nice
Reviewed by Matty on Feb 24, 2015
When you are Dutch and you like peppers, then you are OK in my book. Call yourself Gustaf, and we have the trifecta.
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 3, 2015
Just another combination of chocolate, toffee and marshmallow. OR IS IT???
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 28, 2015
(yawn). Another marketing re-branding lame-out, or will we get something interesting this time?
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 26, 2015
No gimmicks, no ghetto ass sample sizes, no cast offs- if you want serious quality & serious variety of legit Japanese candy, you gotta check JapanCrate.com out.
Reviewed by Matty on Jan 16, 2015
Read about gummies that you'd like but you'll never find. Unless you are German. Then they'll be at the gas station probably.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 12, 2015
What do Airheads and Butterfingers have in common?
Reviewed by Jonny on Oct 6, 2014
Mentos always have a nice rounded tartness to them, but a full on sour variety pack? 2014 IS A GREAT TIME TO BE ALIVE.
Reviewed by Jonny on Sep 19, 2014
I tried these before and they were nothing to write home about. Has the recipe changed? OR IS IT ME THAT'S CHANGED?!?
Reviewed by Jonny on Sep 10, 2014
A new take on an oldish candy staple - the sour belt.
Reviewed by Matty on Sep 8, 2014
When you like it so natural it hurts
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 13, 2014
If they sold these at Walgreens, I'd be in trouble.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 11, 2014
Often forgotten, do classic original Mike & Ike stand the test of time?
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 6, 2014
You've had them a million times, but have you really thought about them? Also, what's your take on Tony Romo?
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 4, 2014
Can the classic 'Smore stand the test of time, or will it be unseated by lime & sea salt?
Reviewed by Jonny on Jul 30, 2014
I'm starting a new way of looking at life: Creme Life. You'll get it soon.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jul 4, 2014
This time, the Jr. Gurus are right on the nose- these are amazing.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 25, 2014
Could these be better than Payday bars? Could anything? Is that possible?
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 18, 2014
The only reason this candy was made was for some jacked up Product Manager to get his pun implemented on a bag of candy.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 11, 2014
These pastilles are plenty good-just not wuite as good as the original flavors by Rowntrees
Reviewed by Matty on Apr 24, 2014
"Itsugar" - the manufacturer of these has an apt name. I would have liked them more if they would go with "Itsflavor" though.
Reviewed by Jonny on Apr 7, 2014
Struggling to find the words for this one.
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 26, 2014
The combo of apple and caramel is a winner. It's so obvious IT'S DUMB, AMIRIGHT? Or is it this candy that's dumb? Dumb as hell, perhaps?
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 18, 2014
Dark chocolate, Tobasco sauce, and a sweet chew jelly bean. Thoughts/comments/suggestions?
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 13, 2014
“licorice”? All these years we’ve been gracefully handling the way the Brits pronounce aluminum...
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 27, 2014
Dudes, check this:
There’s no end to the amount of “gummy bears” that candy companies make, and...
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 8, 2014
Know how I regularly talk about “Grandma Candy”? It generally requires some variation of hard candy and...
Reviewed by Matty on Dec 2, 2013
Old school meet middle school. Add in after school, go to college then make candy. Which has nothing to do with these things.
Reviewed by Matty on Nov 25, 2013
Moucken Boules are Fooken Shoeless! (no idea what that means but I think it rhymes)
Reviewed by Matty on Nov 11, 2013
Pink pigs with gummy ears. Sounds like a bad dream. But it's the opposite: a good nightmare!
Reviewed by Jonny on Oct 30, 2013
Ginger in candy is almost passé. ALMOST.
Reviewed by Matty on Sep 16, 2013
When you have mothers and flight attendants scared the world over, you know the candy is good
Reviewed by Matty on Aug 5, 2013
Real fruit. No Fake nothing. Real good. L'Chaim.
Reviewed by Matty on Jul 29, 2013
These Skittles aren't just dark, they're brooding
Reviewed by Matty on Jul 22, 2013
If you thought butterscotch kinda sucked yr kinda wrong
Reviewed by Matty on Jul 15, 2013
When Tool broke up, I was sad. Then Maynard started making wine and gummies and I'm much happier.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 26, 2013
What's toffee..exactly? How is it different than caramel? Which is better? And as always, we tackle the persistently tough question "is it hard enough?"
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 7, 2013
What's your opinion about candy that sweats?
Reviewed by Jonny on May 30, 2013
Mentos takes on one of my all-time favorite candy flavors.
Reviewed by Jonny on May 23, 2013
How many fish is too many fish? Turns out: 7!
Reviewed by Matty on May 15, 2013
More soda gummies but there ain't no coke in these
Reviewed by Matty on May 8, 2013
I'm so tired. I need a gummy bear. Stat.
Reviewed by Jonny on May 2, 2013
With a pretty unique consistency, this offering from Trolli continues their track record of excellence overseas
Reviewed by Jonny on Apr 25, 2013
Caramel goes with salt. This we know. But does it go with coffee? What about white chocolate? Porjk Belly?
Reviewed by Jonny on Apr 18, 2013
I think I might have liked taffy when I was 4, but now? They all taste the same: bland, boring. And now we have more to try...
Reviewed by Matty on Apr 1, 2013
There was a time when Jolly Rancher was a one-trick pony – hard brick candies in watermelon, green apple, cherry,...
Reviewed by Matty on Mar 25, 2013
When the sweet people at Jelly Belly send us Gurus stuff to review, in this case, Easter Candy, I have to ask myself:...
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 4, 2013
Gummi inside, "hard" sour shell outside. New concept, and I LIKE IT.
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 26, 2013
Everyone needs a Sugar Daddy, unless you actually ARE a daddy, in which case it might be an uncomfortable arrangement.
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