Taste test: This bag contained sort of dome-shaped jelly candies with a coating of red or black nonpareils on all sides in to make them look like raspberries and blackberries.
The nonpareils were quite a bit smaller than the individual balls that make up raspberries and blackberries, but it was still a good effort and pretty cool effect to simulate the look of raspberries and blackberries. The taste was quite good, as both of the candies tasted a lot like the actual corresponding berries, with a comparable level of sweetness. Impressively, the crunch of the nonpareils in the teeth gave them a fresh crunch not all that different from the seeds inside actual raspberries and blackberries hitting your teeth. For a candy simulation of a fruit, this is about as good as it gets.
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Smell test: Wow, it really does smell like Raspberries.
From the package: “Confections from the makers of Jelly Belly® have filled American candy dishes since 1898. Now, the fifth generation of candy makers at Jelly Belly bring them to you in convenient snack-n-share packages. Enjoy!”
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Company: Jelly Belly Candy Company
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .
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