Monday, April 4, 2011

Wonka Springy Double Yummy Gummies

Wonka Springy Double Yummy GummiesWonka continues its new strategy of candy releases which includes a bit more imagination and uniqueness. For Easter they have some new products that are basically reshaped regular items for the holiday but also at least one truly new conrection. Their Wonka Springy Double Yummy Gummies are a completely new introduction from Wonka’s edible garden.

They’re a layered gummi that features a base of fluffy marshmallow and a colorful fruity gummi on top. They’re vaguely similar to the Squishy Sploshberries, in that they’re layered and the bottom is a marshmallowy plank. (The Sploshberries were berry flavored, basically round and had a goo filling.) The big feature here that parents may be interested in is that there’s no artificial colorings used. They go with fruit and vegetable colors plus a little cochineal. The candies are made in the Czech Republic. (The plant also processed peanuts, nuts, milk, soy, wheat and eggs.) The package I got holds six individually wrapped candies.

Wonka Springy Double Yummy Gummies

The pieces are individually wrapped. Each one is about .6 ounces and just shy of three inches tall, so two is a nice serving and only 130 calories.

Wonka Springy Double Yummy GummiesStrawberry Rabbit is rather ordinary but very satisfying. The strawberry layer is fragrant, tart and has a decent strawberry jam flavor to it. The marshmallow layer gives it a little vanilla ice cream note but mostly a lighter, foamy texture. It makes the chew a little easier, less of a rubbery pull.

Orange Duckling is very orange in color and it was easy to bite his head off. The flavor is rather similar to orange drink, it’s juicy but zestless. The marshmallow didn’t seem as thick on the two that I ate, but still gave a lightness to the large piece.

Lemon Lamb smells sweet and creamy. The foamy marshmallow base isn’t quite as sweet as a regular marshmallow, so it offsets the more intense tart and zesty lemon top layer without watering it down.

It’s a fun, nicely themed product and I appreciate the effort Wonka is making to get ahead of the artificial colors issue here in the United States. Of course it helps that I like all three flavors in the assortment. They’re not really that innovative or mind-bendingly fantastic, but they’re fun, good quality though priced a bit steep for a sugar candy.

Related Candies

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  2. Wonka Exceptionals Scrumdiddlyumptious
  3. Wonka Squishy Sploshberries Gummies
  4. Puffy Candy Corn
  5. Wonka Puckerooms
  6. Necco Paas Gummi Baby Bunnies
  7. Circus Peanuts

Name: Springy Double Yummy Gummies
Brand: Nestle
Place Purchased: Samples from Wonka
Price: $1.99 retail
Size: 3.72 ounces
Calories per ounce: 105
Categories: All Natural, Candy, Easter, Nestle, Gummi Candy, 7-Worth It, Czech Republic

POSTED BY Cybele AT 3:14 pm Tracker Pixel for Entry     All NaturalCandyReviewEasterNestleGummi Candy7-Worth ItCzech Republic

  1. Very sweet blog!

    Comment by Maris (In Good Tatse) on 4/04/11 at 3:44 pm #
  2. I’m eating these right now :p
    The orange ones taste like serious creamsicle - they’re powerfulllllll gummies.

    Comment by Asia on 4/25/11 at 6:54 am #
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