We may be sour, but we know our sweets.
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 20, 2013
You’ve no doubt seen this kind of thing before. Once super special, now they’re kinda everywhere.
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 20, 2013
What’s better than old friends?
One of my oldest buddies, way back from my Frankie Goes...
Reviewed by Matty on Nov 4, 2013
Bright and cheery on the outside, plain and dreary on the in.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 29, 2013
I can't resist sour chewy things. It's my weakness.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jul 23, 2013
It's small-it's plastic-it's from China! And it's got warnings galore on the packaging. WE'RE IN!
Reviewed by Jonny on Jul 9, 2013
The year was 1981. Leo Sayer was crushing it on mom's AM radio. It was hot, mom was driving the carpool, and I was chewing Gator Gum. Like a BOSS.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 7, 2013
What's your opinion about candy that sweats?
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 Jonny on Mar 4, 2013
Gummi inside, "hard" sour shell outside. New concept, and I LIKE IT.
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 Matty on Feb 6, 2013
Don't lie to me about what your candy tastes like. I'm not 19. It won't make me want to sleep with you more. Also, Happy Valentine's Day.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 17, 2013
I talk a lot of smack about Mamba. Cool name, pretty lame candies. Will this Mamba gummie be any different? SPOILER ALERT: yes, it will. Very. A lot much very.
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 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 Oct 23, 2012
How sour is "too sour"? And damn it, when are the wimps gonna have a candy of their own?
Reviewed by Jonny on Oct 8, 2012
Whoah, Nellie! Your flavors are egads and stuff.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 30, 2012
Sour? Yes. Yummy? Natch. Delightful? Duh.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 22, 2012
When in doubt, fashion a railroad spike holster that hangs off your waist. Keep it handy.
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 Matty on Jun 25, 2012
If my kids were half as sweet after being this sour, I'd buy more of them too.
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 23, 2012
I always have and always will love pink lemonade, despite the color being derived from Pepto Bismal
Reviewed by Matty on May 13, 2012
With perhaps the worst name in candy ever? Yet peer through the haze and find a kind of sour eden.
Reviewed by Matty on Apr 30, 2012
American Halal Gummies: I'm scared to eat these. These aren't actually candies, right? Tell me they're not.
Reviewed by Matty on Apr 9, 2012
Are there sour jelly beans worth buying not named "Jelly Belly"?
Reviewed by Matty on Apr 2, 2012
Sloppy goo for your blue taffy. Wonder if the 3rd World is lucky enough to get these little nuggets of corn syrup love?
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 20, 2012
Sour Patch Kids are great, but their spinoff candies suck, across the board. Will this one be any different?
Reviewed by Jonny on Feb 16, 2012
Two flavors in one - the promise almost never delivers.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jan 12, 2012
Tangerine Lemonade. Chewy. Gummy. Sour. These can only be amazing.
Reviewed by Jonny on Dec 9, 2011
You can't find colors like this in nature.
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 30, 2011
Let’s get this out of the way first off-
We’re not paid by Yummy Earth. We’re (sadly) not paid by...
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 16, 2011
Hard candy is important in times like this. But sour hard candy? Clutch cargo, people.
Reviewed by Jonny on Nov 9, 2011
Ever had Swedish candy? I hadn't either, but now I'll never stop.
Reviewed by Matty on Oct 24, 2011
You only thought Sweden made intensely gorgeous women, and novels about girls with dragon tattoos? Well they gots candy too. Relocation time.
Reviewed by Jonny on Sep 21, 2011
If only mammals tasted this good in real life.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 29, 2011
The original "Sweaty®" has some competition, and it's ugly.
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 10, 2011
Finally. A sour candy that walks the walk.. But....is that a good or bad thing?
Reviewed by Jonny on Aug 8, 2011
Yum, I mean ew....
Reviewed by Matty on Aug 2, 2011
I found these Sour Gummi Soda Pops at a newly revamped Powell's candy store. I assumed they'd be run-o-the-mill and general tasting. I was incorrect.
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 13, 2011
Any time you see a candy like this, you can pretty much bank on the taste : super powerful sour power mixed with the...
Reviewed by Jonny on Jun 8, 2011
Gimbals is all about the love. First came the “Cherry Lovers” mix (not my thing), then the “Honey...
Reviewed by Jonny on May 27, 2011
We’ve established that Trolli varieties from Europe ROCK (thanks Susie!) with remarkable consistency. But are the...
Reviewed by Matty on May 23, 2011
Reviewed by Jonny on Apr 8, 2011
I’m gonna toss all my normal pithy, cute crap to the wayside today folks. Strictly business.
Being in the...
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 18, 2011
Sour coated raisins - you're either gonna love this idea, or simply hate it.
Reviewed by Jonny on Mar 4, 2011
Lemony Gingery Delights from Germany
Reviewed by Matty on Jan 10, 2011
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