The History of Haribo Gold Bears

Haribo Gold Bears & The History of Gummy Bears!

The History of Haribo Gold Bears The timeless classic: gummy bears. One of the most popular candies in the world, it’s kind of odd when you really start thinking about it. Why do we eat bears in the first place? Even something like Swedish Fish makes more sense because humans DO eat fish. We certainly…

Haribo Sour Gold Bears

Haribo Sour Gold Bears [Review]

It should be a match made in heaven, as regular readers know I’m a sour-fiend. But what you may not know is that I also hold Haribo Gold Bears in high regard. What they do that differentiates their gummy bears from normal ones (in my opinion) is their consistency. They are a little tougher and therefore…

Haribo Bärchen-Pärchen - Review

Haribo Bärchen-Pärchen [Review + Meaning!]

This is the second bag of Haribo gummies that I bought while in Switzerland. They caught my eye because I’ve never seen them in the U.S., and they had a giant Neu sticker on it, which made me think that they were, well, New. What does Bärchen-Pärchen mean? Google translate tells me that Bärchen-Pärchen means Bear Couple….

Haribo Orangina Pik - Review

Haribo – Orangina Pik [Review]

Today and Friday, I’ll review some Haribo gummies that I bought while in Switzerland. First up is Orangina P!k. I know Orangina is a fizzy orange drink that’s available in Europe. No idea what the P!k means (and why it’s not a Pik). Haribo, of course, is a candy brand that is found all over…

Haribo Smurfs

Haribo Smurfs [Review]

I once bought Haribo Smurfs waaay back in 2009, when I was on vacation in France. There, they were Haribo Schtroumpfs, which was fun to say. I’m pretty sure I drove my boyfriend crazy going, “Schtroumpfs schtroumpfs schtroumpfs” for a good chunk of that trip. While they’ve been popular in Europe for a while, Haribo…