Tic Tac Marge Simpson Blueberry Flavor
Taste test: This special version of Tic Tacs was introduced alongside Homer and Bart versions, in this case promising a blueberry flavor, presumably to match Marge's blue hair.
As with the Homer ones, the candies featured Marge's face with three different expressions. Quality was once again lacking, as the sides of the face were cut off in places, and in Marge's case this was taken even farther, since every single one had the top of her head cut off (though perhaps this was intentional, part of the running joke about Marge's unusual hairdo). Despite the blue theme, the pieces were actually the same Simpsons yellow color as the Homer ones. They tasted pretty good, with a sweet blueberry taste, with a hint of mintiness in the aftertaste.
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Smell test: Not noticeably blueberry-like.
From the package: “Artificial blueberry flavor mints” ... “200 servings per container” ... “Serving size 1 mint (0.5g)” ... “Calories 0” ... “Total Fat 0g” ... “Sodium 0mg” ... “Total Carbohydrate 0g” ... “Protein 0g” ... “Made in Ireland”
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Company: Ferrero U.S.A., Inc.
Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Ireland (101 reviews)
- Fruit Snacks (416 snacks)
- Mints (154 snacks)
- Simpsons-endorsed chips (16 snacks)
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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