Haribo Tangfastics Sour Mix Reviews
Product Type: Haribo Sweets
Description:Brand: Haribo / Type: Candy / Sugar coated sour mix jelly sweets.
Newest Review: ... sweets to the 'Starmix' variety because I find that without the sweet and sour taste, Haribo sweets are a little bit boring ... more
Price Comparison for Haribo Tangfastics Sour Mix
Haribo Tangfastics Sour Mix
Fizzy fruit flavour and sweet foam gums. Limited Edition includes ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
by - written on 28/01/03, updated on 29/01/03 (Very useful, 5043 readings)
When I was a kid, you never heard of Haribo at all - they're a recent phenonemon it would seem or at least they are in this country but they are now the market leader in children's confectionary believe it or not. Being a self-confessed fan of the 'Starmix' I thought I'd tell you a little more about them for my latest op (3p a read in the process !!) - heres the results ; The man who founded the company Haribo was German and his name was Hans Riegel - this all happened in Bonn, a major city in Germany in 1920. HA (Hans) RI (Riegel) BO (Bonn) started as a very small scale sweets manufacturer and initially specialised in boiled sweets. Things ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I think of all the Haribo options tangfastics are my favourite. Even though I am a fully grown adult there is still a certain pleasure that I get when the fizz happens on my tongue and the sourness makes my back teeth tingle. Tangfastics come in 275g bads and cost around £1.35 depending on where you purchase them from, as I have seen lots of Haribo in various discount stores like pound land. A bag of these really is full to the brim, not like some bags of sweets where it's mostly packaging. You do get a good load of sweets for the money. The sweets in this bag come in various shapes and sizes but my favourites are the cola bottles and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/10 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Haribo have pretty much cornered the market when it comes to mass producing different types of the same sort of sweet. There are only so many things you can do to sugar coated fruit flavoured chewy sweets, yet idea after idea seems to bring excited buyer after excited buyer. The Tangfastics that my wife bought yesterday were because of their placing on the shelf - shelf stacking 101 - and because she needed some sweets to pick her up after a crap day at work. So, she returned back with these and a collection of creamy choc desserts. Peeling the lid off a dessert pot and getting a teaspoon seemed like far too much work, so I just opened the bag of these and we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 213 readings)
Tonight was one of those famous sugar cravings nights that are few and far between for me. I went into my Sainsburys Local and decided on Haribo Tangfastics mix. It cost me £1.05 for a 160g bag and although this will vary slightly from store to store, it tends to be around £1 for this size bag. There are an average of 25 to 30 sweets a bag I'd say. They come in a variety of shapes and colours; dummies, crocodiles, cola bottles, cherries (my personal favourite) and I would swear I've very occasionally found a teddy or 2 in there aswell, not sure if I was imagining that though. As far as nutritional information goes, these are the values per 100g: Calories - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 218 readings)
I love to eat sweets and I know they are really bad for your teeth but sometimes I just have the urge to eat them. If I had the choice of all the sweets in the world and I could only pick one kind then I would definitely pick Haribo Tangfastics Sour Mix. They are my favourite and I do try and avoid buying them because once I open a packet I just want to eat them all. The most recent time I bought them was when I was shopping in Farmfoods, they had a 175g bag for just 75p. Priced 75p a bag is really cheap and other supermarkets they seem to sell them at a much higher price than that. You can also buy them in little kid size bags and they cost about 10p to ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Haribo Tangfastics Sour Mix
Haribo Star Mix - Sweet, chewy and yumptious Not sure why they are called Starmix!
Haribo Happy Cola - taste, decent price tag only one pack size, quite rare.
Haribo Football Mix - addictive - okay taste - super packaging a bit to sweet - more quality in the sweets - weak smell
Haribo Fried Eggs - Nice texture; Popular with little kids Not much flavour; Loads of sugar
Haribo Sour Cherries - Just great tasting sweets. Addictive!
Haribo Funny Mix - Suitable for Veggies... Nearly 800 calories in a 200g bag!
|More products in Sweets|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Pischinger Little Viennese With Printed Carton||Pischinger Hazelnut Pieces In Printed Foil||Pischinger Good Night In Printed Foil|
|Pischinger Brittle Bar In Foil||Milka Naps With Personalized Label||Manner Nut Dice With Label|
|Heindl Sissi Coins Double-Pack||Heindl Selection With Seperator||Heindl Nougat Candy In Foil|