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Wiley Wallaby Australian Style Gourmet Red Liquorice
Snack Review

Wiley Wallaby Australian Style Gourmet Red Liquorice

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Taste test: This bag contained very thick stubs of licorice, each about half an inch in diameter and two inches long.

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They had a dark red color and a series of eight ribs around the edges. They had a very different texture than common licorices such as Twizzlers, with none of the plasticy feel. Even with the much thicker size, the feel was soft and fairly moist. There was lots of nice sweet fruit flavor, sort of like grape juice or fruit punch. Our tasters were big fans.

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Smell test: Smells like fruit punch.

From the package: “Soft & Chewy” ... “Artificially Flavored Candy”

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Company: Kenny's Candy Company (a KLN Family Brands Company)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at National Wholesale Liquidators. Review published .

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