Starburst Jelly Beans flavors

Starburst Sour Jelly Beans [Review]

Easter candy with a sour twist Easter is a great holiday because its candy selection is topnotch– fact. Every Easter, you have your Cadbury Cream Eggs, your Reese’s Eggs, and of course, your fair share of jelly beans around the supermarket. All are great choices, but if you’re a sweet tooth like me, you always…

Starburst Flavor Morph - Review

Starburst Flavor Morph: Changing for Good?

Starburst Flavor Morph is a new-ish addition to the Starburst line. Cybele covered them back in November, but I didn’t get mine until very recently, both as free samples from CandyFavorites.com and from the press room at Sweets and Snacks. Though they’ve been out for at least six months, my package still called them “New!”…

Starburst Choozers

Starburst Choozers [Review]

Starburst Choozers are “fruit flavoured chews with liquid centre made with real fruit juices.” Did you catch those UK spellings? Yup – these guys are, at least for now, only available abroad. Starburst Choozers flavors: My pack had 10 Choozers unevenly distributed amongst 3 flavors: 6 pineapple & orange, 3 orange & mango, and 1…

Starburst GummiBursts - Review

Starburst GummiBursts: Just Like Gushers?

I have no idea how long Starburst GummiBursts have been on the market. The bag says New!, but I bought it at a Big Lots. If you don’t know, Big Lots sells closeout goods of all kinds, including candy, making it a great place to go for random candy finds. For example, my neighborhood Big…

Starburst Retro

Limited Edition – Starburst Retro [Review]

I found Starburst Retro in a display case along with the Limited Edition Carnival Skittles at the Dollar Tree. They were tucked away in a corner, so I nearly walked out without seeing them. The cashier probably wondered why I got went through the line twice, both times to buy just candy. The packaging on…