Juicy Fruit Citronic - it's citrusly twisted!
Having once been a smoker, and needing that chewing to halt the craving, I became quite a chewing-gum buyer for a while... and after a while it just loses it's appeal... as much as I hated walking down the road leaving a smoketrail like a stntplane, I hated looking like the results of a genetic breeding experiment between a human and a cow with bruxomania.
However, recently I was off to visit a friend and noticed my breath was a little 'garlic bread' scented... so was searching the chuddy display when the service station attendant pointed out the newest flavour. "I'm hooked myself, it's just brilliant." So I bought a pack and popped a pellet in my mouth. 3 chews later I was reaching for my spare change and bought 2 more packs on the spot.
This is just a great flavour for those who are getting tired of the sweet fuzzy feelings you get from a lot of such products. This is really something new and nifty.
Overall, a winner! Even much better than the sister-flavour, Strappleberry.
Random listing from 'Food'...
• Made in New Zealand
• New Zealand honey
• Natural colours and flavours
Refrigerate after opening. Use within 7 days of opening.
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