Mars Skittles Reviews
Product Type: Mars Sweets
Description:Brand: Mars / Type: Candy / Crunchy outside, chewy middle now available in several fruit varieties, peppermint and spearmint.
Newest Review: ... the Strawberry and Blackcurrant flavours til last, they really are yummy!! Skittles really are an amazing product and ... more
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New Skittles Darkside from Mars include these bold fruit flavours ...
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
by - written on 29/01/08 (Useful, 134 readings)
I do love these and outside of anything with chocolate in or on it these are my favourite things when I need a sugar rush. Skittles are made by Mars and are small pill size sweets and you get about twenty to thirty to a packet which costs about forty five pence in most retailers. They area fruit flavour sweet in a number of flavours and they have a hard shell on th outside and a chewy centre in the middle, they are quite chewy and can stick to your teeth but as they are so small if you do not chew them but just suck they soon go soft. These have a wonderful taste and they are like eating little bubbles of juice as just like Starburst ... Read the complete review
by Olly Weasley Potter - written on 31/08/07
These are the best sweets in the whole world. Addictive, easy to get through a whole big packet in one afternoon at your desk. The best thing about skittles is that my gorgeous girlfriend Pam keeps supplying me with them, so I never have to wait long for my next fix! How lucky I am to have such a thoughtful girlfriend, of course I do my bit and buy her flowers and chocs in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Skittles are probably the most addictive sweets you could buy. The sugar coated candy are so full of sugar that they melt in your mouth when you chew them and get an extremely pleasant burst of flavour at the same time. At most shops you will find a packet of skittles for around 47p which may seem a bit expensive but you do get quite a lot of the small sweets and a wide variety of flavours, the common favourites being Strawberry (red) and Blackcurrant (purple). Other flavours include Lemon, Lime and Orange. Many people like myself tend to eat the latter three flavours together for a really mixed up taste and save the Strawberry and Blackcurrant flavours til ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
After my disappointment with Tooty Fruities, I was pleased to see a 195g pouch of Skittles on offer in our local supermarket for £1 recently. I hadn't had a pack of skittles for ages and ages and Mr Norton admitted he was quite partial to them (despite his phobia of all things orange, he can eat orange skittles...), so we bought a pouch for our glass sweetie jar that we keep in the living room... Everyone needs a big glass jar of sweets! The pouch was easy enough to rip open and even came with a sticker on the back so you can re-seal it to keep your sweets from tipping out all over the place. Skittles are small oval shaped (like smarties only smaller) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Skittles are a really yummy nostalgia sweet that I remember eating as a kid. There is something about them that is really moreish, the lovely fruity flavours and the way you can just pop one after another into your mouth! A 195g bag of Skittles is currently available in Tesco on offer for £1. This represents great value, because you get loads of sweets for that price, and they are perfect for sharing with the family. Skittles come in a vivid red shiny bag, with a rainbow on the front, depicting all the flavour varieties: Red for Strawberry, Yellow lemon, orange (!), Purple blackcurrant and Green lime. On the back of the bag, there is a ... Read the complete review
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