Haribo Ginger Lemon Gummi Candy - Review

Haribo Ginger-Lemon Gummis [Review]

I first saw Haribo Ginger-Lemon Gummis at the Sweets and Snacks Expo back in 2012. I got to taste a sample then, but they didn’t have any that I could take with me, so I wasn’t able to review them then. Since then, I’d been keeping an eye out for them in the wild. A…

Haribo Nappar Fruit

Haribo Nappar Fruit [Review + Meaning!]

I received these Haribo Nappar Fruit as a gift from a friend who got them from Europe. Instead of one big bag, I got several tiny bags that reminded me of fruit snacks bags. Haribo is pretty good at putting?unintentionally?hilarious mascots on its products. Remember Maoam? The Nappar Fruit mascots are just high-fiving, but they…

Haribo Brixx - Review

Haribo Brixx [Review]

I bought this bag of Haribo Brixx at a dollar store. The same one where I bought Haribo Clown Fish and Pico-Balla. Thankfully, they weren’t as terrible as the others, but they definitely aren’t my favorite Haribo product. The Brixx are very cute little rectangles with six smaller white rectangles of fondant running through the…

Haribo Clown Fish

Haribo Clown Fish [Review]

I bought these Haribo Clown Fish at the dollar store. I’d never seen them before on usual store shelves, and after tasting them, I figured out why. For starters, they smelled just awful out of the bag, like vaguely fruity heated plastic. The chew was plasticky as well, stiff and elastic. It necessitated biting and…

Haribo Pico Balla

Haribo Pico-Balla [Review]

I got really excited when I saw this bag of Haribo Pico-Balla at the dollar store. They looked like my beloved European licorice pencils that have yet to catch on in the U.S. Could it be that they were hiding in the dollar store of the mall all along? They certainly looked the part –…

Haribo Fruity Pasta

Haribo Fruity Pasta [Review]

Haribo Fruity Pasta claims that it’s “extra sour” on the bag, but it’s not. It also claims that it’s “gummi candy”, but it’s not quite what I would consider to be gummi. And for good measure, they didn’t really look like pasta either. There’s plenty of sour sugar in the bag, on the gummis, and…

Maoam Happy Chews

Maoam Happy Chews [Review]

Maoam is a German candy brand that’s been owned by Haribo since the late 1980s. They’re sold under the Maoam name, but the packaging is quite Haribo-esque, and the Haribo name and website are on the back. Where can you find these? I first came across Maoam in England in the form of taffy, and…

Haribo Starmix Review

Haribo Star Mix Flavour Candy : ZOMGCandy

Haribo Starmix: What?s Going On Here? Haribo is all over the U.K. in a big way. I brought back a couple of big bags of Haribo mini bags to give out to friends as little “I thought of you while abroad!” gifts. In addition to standard Haribo gummies (twin cherries, happy cola, etc.), Haribo also…