Jelly Belly Licorice Bridge Mix
Taste test: This mix included a number of different licorice items. In order from largest to smallest, they were: Dome-shaped pieces colored white, black, red coatings, and some with multicolored sprinkles; black jellybeans; and white, yellow, pink, lavender, green and red thin candy-coated sticks.
All kinds had licorice as their primary flavor, with varying degrees of sugar coatings, depending on the shape. The dome-shaped pieces had a smooth, easily chewable inside. The jelly beans were just slightly chewier. The thin sticks had a higher proportion of candy coating than the others, and the inner licorice was chewier too, though there was less of it.
This package said it has two servings, but it really could last a lot longer than that, unless you want to eat a whole lot of licorice. Yet, the packaged was awkard for a "grab-&-go" package, not easy to open or to reclose.
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Smell test: An OK licorice smell.
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 grab-&-Go 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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