Taste: This odd flavor of Oreos consisted of blonde-colored cookies with the standard Oreo designs on the exteriors, separated by a filling that was split between green and red. The green was a bit dull compared to a bright watermelon exterior, while the red was a closer match the the inside of a watermelon, but still somewhat dull. When it's a hot summer day and you're thirsty, there are few things better than a cold juicy slice of watermelon, right? That's why we all crave watermelon, and that's probably why the Oreo folks decided to make this flavor. We crunched in to find a taste that was reasonably watermelon-like. Eating a dry Oreo cookie is nothing like the experience of eating actual watermelon, but when we offered these to a large group of snackers, most were still big fans of the taste. The package went from full to empty very quickly, with much praise and few complaints.
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Aroma: Not much like watermelon. But not much like anything else either, very weak aroma.
From the package
"Limited Edition" ... "Artificially Flavored"
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Target. Review published .
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