Alexander the Grape
Taste test: These smallish, glossy candies varied a bit in shape and size from one piece to the next, but for the most part, they were close to spherical. They were pretty much larger jelly beans, had lots and lots of grape flavor, pretty intense, like a Concord grape juice. (The Ingredients mentioned Lemon Juice near the top, but not grape juice — or grape anything — anywhere.)
The strange thing was that they were brown, not purple, on the outside, so they looked like chocolates.
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Smell test: Smells like grape juice.
From the package: “Chewy!” ... “Like its namesake, this candy is outspoken, fearless & ambitious. It won't stop until it conquers every shelf & taste bud of the known world. In fact, it's probably the most influential candy in history.” ... “Warning: Small objects such as hard and soft candies may inadvertently become lodged in the throat.” ... “Product of U.S. & Canada”
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Company: 1908 Candy Company
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Dollar Tree. Review published .
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