This review is part of the second set of gummy reviews completed March of 2021.
All reviews were completed within an hour of each other.
I make comments on sensory elements of each gummy. And I’ve summarized comments from a registered dietician who viewed the ingredients of each.
Package was full of air.
Two gummies, uniform size and shape. Details are good, the two are almost exact to each other.
All surfaces exposed to the air have bubbled, leaving a fog on the surface of the otherwise transparent gummy.
Gummies are sticky, stick to surfaces. And they’re soft, but feel firm in the mouth, they have some density.
Tastes are tart citrus, with an earthy back end and pine edges. The profile hints towards cannabis tastes, but doesn’t actually reach them.
- 15 ingredients
- Not organic
- 3 sweetener: sugar, corn syrup, sucrose
- Natural flavour (not specified), only gummy so far that includes the ingredient ‘terpenes’
- Natural colour (presumed beta-carotene and beet root extract)
- Oils: MCT oil
- Preservatives: Sodium citrate and citric acid
- Could also contribute to flavour
Looks like a relatively clean ingredients list. There is one artificial sweetener, but doesn’t look to be any artificial colours or flavours.
The beetroot extract and beta carotene are likely used as a natural colorant instead of artificial dyes.
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