We may be sour, but we know our sweets.
Reviewed by Jonny on Apr 8, 2014
These are made in an elf's shop under a mushroom in the Shires of Germany
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 19, 2014
These are safe to eat without cooking first. I checked.
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 12, 2014
More marshmallow? WHY??! DAMN IT WHY??? But….they're so cute, how can I stay mad at them??!?
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 28, 2014
Yes, I am. A lover. A caramel lover, among other things. When I got this hefty bag of caramel themed hard candies...
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 Jonny on Dec 6, 2013
These little crazies hold a secret. A delicious secret.
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 Nov 7, 2013
They're fizzy, 'kept they're not.
Reviewed by Jonny on Oct 30, 2013
Ginger in candy is almost passé. ALMOST.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jul 18, 2013
Do any among you dabble in the dark arts that is licorice? Then come along, kiddies. We have things to learn.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 18, 2013
Take the best Gummy Bears ever. Now, mess with them. Add cool flavors. Real juice. Whaddaya get? Absolute SHITE. Just kidding, tee hee!
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 14, 2013
All things people hate (hard candy, licorice, intense mint) in one convenient package!
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 7, 2013
What's your opinion about candy that sweats?
Reviewed by Matty on Jun 3, 2013
An unappealing mollusk as candy. What'll they think of next?!
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 Mar 28, 2013
Flavor combinations that put what we're used to eating to shame....
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 1, 2013
This is what standard, basic licorice SHOULD taste like. Usually not so much. But in this case, yes!
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 8, 2013
Some people "don't like hard candy". These are the same people that "aren't allowed to be near children" and who "eat their own dandruff". I'm sure of it.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 25, 2013
We’ve reviewed and spoken about jelly beans quite a bit round these parts. Every year before Easter rolls...
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 11, 2013
Mint, Licorice, Chew, Repeat, Rinse.
Reviewed by Matty on Jan 7, 2013
Did you know Germany was name after Ginger? It grows everywhere over there. Seriously.
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 25, 2012
I was actually a 4th alternate on trombone for the 1984 recording of "Do They Know it's Christmas?". Didn't make the cut. Still brag about it, though.
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 21, 2012
The cool thing about life, is that you never cease getting surprised-at least I don’t. Hell, I didn’t...
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 18, 2012
Take something old (caramel) and give it something new (licorice) and sprinkle heaven dust (sea salt) on it, and you've got something completely new
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 8, 2012
Cherry is weird. I just don’t love it in candy usually, but…it really isn’t “bad”....
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 6, 2012
In the Smurf show and movie, they all use "smurf" as a verb, so I'm gonnna Smurf the same.
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 29, 2012
In a world where virtually no Haribo is available to us lame-o Americans...this bag says "hell no!" and begs to arrive at your doorstep
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 22, 2012
Trolli is right up there with the best gummy makers in the world - but how will these fare? SPOILER ALERT: not good. At all.
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 14, 2012
Something seems fishy about these Katjes gummies....
Reviewed by Jonny on Oct 31, 2012
You'll be cursed for 7 years if you even LOOK at these.
Reviewed by Jonny on Oct 1, 2012
We reviewed Haribo’s “Primavera” candies a while back, and I liked them. A lot. Little did I know...
Reviewed by Jonny on Sep 26, 2012
If you claim to like licorice, then you need to have a bag of these on hand at all times. The pinnacle of "emergency candy"
When shopping for Shower Fries, don't just consider flavor : consistency is important too
Reviewed by Jonny on Sep 14, 2012
You think the kids who make your Nikes have tough conditions?
Reviewed by Jonny on Sep 7, 2012
Tic Tacs are the red headed step child of the grocery candy store aisle. It's time to recognize!
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 30, 2012
Sour? Yes. Yummy? Natch. Delightful? Duh.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 15, 2012
Yeah. That’s what these translate to using Google Translate. It’s nice to know there’s so much...
Reviewed by Jonny on Jul 20, 2012
I get the whole Strawberries thing, but I'm not playing tennis over here-don't need or want the cream. Blech. Oh, the CANDY Strawberries & Cream? Oh, I see.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 21, 2012
Not really made by Americans, the Germans are kooky for these! You should be too.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 11, 2012
Joy! More cream!
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 4, 2012
Real, black salty sweet licorice meets soothing foamy marshmallow. Yin and Yang or train wreck?
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 1, 2012
Simply put: a hall of fame candy. If you like sour and you like mango, then this is for you.
Reviewed by Jonny on May 16, 2012
If you eat real money, you'll get chlamydia. Try these instead.
Reviewed by Jonny on May 9, 2012
Haribo knows gummies, and they know sour. Hell, they even know bananas. But do they know licorice?
Reviewed by Jonny on Apr 6, 2012
Bananas are bad, nnnnkaaaay?
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 23, 2012
Last week I reviewed the crappy Outback Beans. They were a horrible stab at the Good & Fruity concept: candy...
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