Taste test: These marshmallows looked much plainer than Savion's coconut version as they appeared to be just ordinary marshmallows. The shapes were a bit more mushed and less tubular than is typical of bags of marshmallows. As kosher for Passover ones, they had some unusual ingredients.
I bit in to find that they were soft but not quite as spongy as I expect most marshmallows to be. They didn't taste bad, but they didn't have all of the expected marshmallow taste. Not as sweet, not as (for lack of a better word) marshmallowey. Not bad, just a tad weird.
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Smell test: Not the usual marshmallow smell (maybe because of the unusual ingredients) but still OK.
From the package: “Savion® brings you kosher products of the finest quality. Enjoy the soft, delicious kosher marshmallows in hot cocoa, toasted over the grill, or as a snack straight from the bag.” ... “Product of Israel” ... “Ingredients: Sugar, Tapioca Glucose, Water, Kosher Fish Gelatin, Tapioca Starch, Artificial Flavors.”
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Company: HKS Marketing, Ltd.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .
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