Taste test: These gummy bears were fairly small, without a whole lot of detail in their shapes, and they came in five colors: red, green, orange, yellow and clear (or nearly so).
They were very chewy and somewhat moist, fruity without being too sugary. As I ate more and more pieces, I tried to figure our whether the different colors represented different flavors. After convincing myself that there were very subtle differences — red being cherry, or orange being orange, green being apple, yellow being lemon and no idea on the clear ones — I noticed there was actually a key on the back of the bag. Despite my attempts to ignore the colors, I got fooled. I was right about orange and yellow, but I struck out on the others — red was actually raspberry, green was strawberry and clear was pineapple.
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Smell test: Nice sweet, fruity smell.
From the package: “Kids and grown-ups love it so, the happy world of Haribo®” ... “Carefully selected ingredients and a recipe that has been continuously improved for over 90 years make Gold-Bears a great tasting treat.” ... “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 2017
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