Johnny Apple Treats
Taste test: These spherical, shiny, soft candies were a green, apple-flavored version of the brown Alexander the Grape, and the color and near-spherical shapes gave them the look of oversized peas.
They really did taste like actual apple, not a candy version of apple, and they did stick to the teeth a bit upon chewing. The apple taste was even more impressive because, much like the grape version, they actually contained Lemon Juice but not actual apple!
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Smell test: Smells like apple, not overly sweet.
From the package: “Candy is as candy does, and oh golly does this candy do. Lovable and kind, this candy sees the best in people, and answers to a higher candy calling. So, would you like an apple treat?” ... “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 at Dollar Tree. Review published .
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