Haribo Alphabet Letters
Taste test: These gummies came in a variety of colors, with shapes like every letter of the alphabet, each about an inch tall. If you were particularly hungry, I suppose you could open the bag and eat some right away. But a far better use is to play with them to spell out various words. If you can't find all the letters that you need, you can bite into some letters to modify them — for example, changing a B into and R or an O into a C.
As for the taste, we found that they had good fruit flavors and were quite chewy but not particularly moist. Great for playing with, but merely good for eating.
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Smell test: Good fruit gummy smell.
From the package: “Gummi candy” ... “Made in Turkey”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Turkey (83 reviews)
- Fruit Snacks (444 snacks)
- Snacks Shaped Like Things (395 snacks)
- Gummy Candies (70 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2016
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