Taste test: These snacks were shaped like cars and sort of crossed the line between gummy bears and the "marshmallows" that come in cereals like Lucky Charms.
Unlike gummy bears, these weren't translucent, but unlike the Lucky Charms marshmallows, these were bendable. Each car was shaped kind of like the car piece from Monopoly, except in this case the top jutted up where it juts down for the driver's seat in Monopoly. These cars were more chewy and less spongy than marshmallows and had a sweet fruity sort of taste. Pieces came in three different colors — white, light green and pink — and it was hard to tell whether they were different flavors. The taste was OK, sweet and fruity, but nothing that really stood out in terms of flavor. But somehow I ate a lot of these anyway.
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Smell test: Sweet and mildly fruit.
From the package: “Hur blir man Sveriges mest köpta bil?” ... “SOFT CHEWY SWEETS Ingredients: sugar, glucose-fructose syrup, glucose syrup, water, gelatine, maize starch, lactic acid, vegetable oil, flavourings, colours (E 120, E141, glazing agent (E 903).”
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- Snacks from Sweden (27 reviews)
- Snacks Shaped Like Things (383 snacks)
- Marshmallow snacks (131 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Catie in Sweden. Review published .
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