Haribo Super Sour Monsters Reviews
Product Type: Haribo Sweets
Description:Brand: Haribo / Type: Gum
Newest Review: ... understand, I can't taste sour!! Give me a lemon and I will happily eat it like an orange, give me cranberry juice and I'll ... more
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by - written on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
My boss bought a bag of these sweets for my team at work along with some other sweets to try and cheer us up due to a lot of changes happening recently. I have never seen these sweets before but I couldn;t wait to try them as I love the tangfastic sweets that Haribo make. The bag was greeny/yellow with the distinctive haribo bear on the front and pictures of the "monsters" that had been turned into sweets. The clear section of the package showed off the shape of the sweets and I thought they were quite fun looking. These sweets contain no artificial colours and the packaging had "new sour experience" written on it. The bag we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Since I discovered these about six weeks ago they have quickly become my Haribo sweet of choice. I've stocked up a bit since they've been on offer at half price a lot (either due to being new or to the proximity of Halloween, I'm not sure). I think the fairest comparison is probably with Haribo Tangfastics. These cute little monster shapes are definitely sourer than those, which is a good thing in my opinion. Tangfastics were never particularly sour, so it's nice to have something that lives up to the description. In terms of variety though, Tangfastics probably win out. There are only three different monster flavours; lemon, apple and cherry. On the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09, updated on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I only found out about these a few days ago. They were in sainsburys and i just happed to spot them on the way in. I was in there primarily for something sweet, but had planned on getting some of their 27p cheapy chocolate. I looked at them and saw the price, then looked again because i couldnt believe my eyes, then i looked at how much they weigh, then i looked at the price per 100g. All of these figures added up and made sense. 50p for a pack of 150g, making them 33.3p per 100g. This made them just a little bit more expensive than the cheap chocolate, but i didnt care, because these are haribo and i prefer sweets to chocolate anyway. The Super Sour Monsters come ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
These just aren't sour at all. They are barely fizzy! I am always seeking out new and sour sweets to satisfy my need to eat sour food. My problem is, for reasons I can't understand, I can't taste sour!! Give me a lemon and I will happily eat it like an orange, give me cranberry juice and I'll drink it like apple. I used to be able to taste sour until a few years back, and would eat sours all the time, so now it is the endless hunt for something that will make me taste sour again. So how do I know these aren't sour? I asked my husband to try one and he agreed, not sour at all. I wouldn't mind so much but they claim to be "super sour." Lies, lies, ... Read the complete review
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