March 16th, 2011 by Rosa
The candies were lozenge-shaped: smooth, glossy, oval spheres. Though the wrapper depicted them as oozing a liquid goop, the centers of mine were goo-less.
Instead, they were soft and chewy. Perhaps the goo got absorbed into the hard candy?
The candies had a smooth, round melt. They tasted of a deeply artificial red candy with a medicinal tinge and the edge of a near menthol bite.
They are serviceable, but unexciting, making them a classic O.
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