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This week we tried peach rings and sour-bright crawlers. The peach rings had a peachy vibe, as they were artificially flavored, and the sour-bright crawlers consisted of a mixture of different colors and flavors. As they appeared to be chewy candies, which they were, they also appeared to be some-what sweet and a little sour, as they were covered in sugar.
The peach rings our definitely one of our all time favorite candies when we were younger, however we have not had them for a long time, and our taste buds seem to have changed. Our opinion was that these were a little too chewy, and they definitely could have had more of a sour appeal. The after taste was not all that delicious, however they become addictive, as you keep going back for more. We completely recommend trying them and if you do, we would love to hear your opinions!
Next, we tried the sour-bright crawlers. These had a flavor that we were not expecting, and as well as the peach rings, the texture was too chewy for our taste. Our opinion was that we would not necessarily go out to buy these, and the proportion of the bright crawlers was too large to fit in your mouth. Something that we noticed was that the packaging persuades you that these candies are sour, yet after eating them, we were not left with that opinion.
Like we said for the peach rings, definitely give them a try because this is just our opinion, and we would love to hear yours!
Overall, these candies our definitely bright and intriguing, however not very sour; they are more on the sweet side. This occurred to be a factor in our opinion, but it shouldn’t stop you from trying the candies.
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As soon as you open the bag, a burst of the peachy sweetness aroma floats up your nose preparing your senses for the eating of peach ring.
Manufactured by Farley & Sathers, under the brand name Trolli, these ring shaped gummies are fun to put on your fingers to admire your beautiful orange and yellow jewelry before ripping them off with your teeth. If you suck on the peach ring instead of chewing it up the sandpapery sugar melts away so that you can feel the smooth gummy squirm around your mouth.
As good as this candy is, I advise moderation. Though moderation is key with most candies, this one I can tell you from personal experience is one in which you should surely limit your intake.
Eating too many peach rings can make your stomach gurgle and your head pound. It gives you a good excuse to share this one with all of the watering mouths watching you chew up the peachy smelling, sugary, slightly sour gummy.