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Harry Potter Bertie Bott's Jelly Beans Bag 3oz.


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  • These beans are both sweet and disgusting
  • Magical satchel contains 3 ounces of Bertie Botts jelly beans and a flavor guide
  • There are 20 magical flavors in all

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Red fabric, pull close bag of Harry Potter Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans for collectors. Or, remove original beans from bag and re-use with fresh Bertie Bott's Beans made by Jelly Belly candies (available at Amazon.com).

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002AB4KS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,709 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

Watch one of the Harry Potter Movies and eat some Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans.
Enchanted In Dixie
The odd shaped little uglies should have given me a clue...Jelly Belly NEVER puts those in with their regular beans.
Sandman
Unfortunately, Bertie Bott's does NOT include the soap, dirt, earwax, sardine, and vomit flavors anymore.
Lewal

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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By microjoe TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 7, 2005
These are a little fun as long as you know what you are getting into. If you are a kid these are a riot, maybe a better gag gift than anything else. Great for a party. But you have to proceed very carefully should you choose to try eating these. They are not kidding that they faithfully reproduced the idea from the book and movie about jelly beans that had bad flavors along with good. Now they offer a chart you can compare the look of the bean to figure out what flavor a bean is before you bite. Thhey are made by the Jelly Belly company so they are the highest quality jelly beans with some of their typical really good flavors like cherry, etc. They have some no-typical flavors made just for this Harry Potter set called Wild Flavors, and they are pretty gross. But after all, kids love gross stuff so it's OK. The flavors are different in every box, so buy a few boxes to try them all.

You can recover from some of the bad flavors, such as grass, soap, dirt, spaghetti, sardines and earwax - they are authentic and taste like these items. But the vomit flavor may actually make you naseous, as it did to me. I could not get the taste out of my mouth for 2 days. See I bought mine before they started offering charts to check the flavor. So proceed cautiously, take a tiny test bite if it is hard to tell from the chart to avoid a nasty suprise. Some packages have a nice multicolor cloth bag included.
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46 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Sandman on August 14, 2010
WARNING!! These are no longer made by Jelly Belly!! When they first came out, Jelly Belly handled them and they were great, yes even the nasty flavors...well, at least they were authentically flavored anyway. Now, evidently the folks at Warner Bros. decided to go cheap after the license ran out for jelly Belly. These new ones by some candy company I've never heard of are HORRIBLE. Even the ones that are supposed to taste good. They don't taste much like what they're supposed to and we had trouble figuring out what flavor was what. These don't taste much better than the cheapo jelly beans you can find at Easter. I had assumed based on the similar packaging that they were the same. The odd shaped little uglies should have given me a clue...Jelly Belly NEVER puts those in with their regular beans.

Unless you're just into torturing your palette, steer clear of these rip-offs. They're a poor substitute for the originals.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joe on June 15, 2009
These jelly beans are pretty fun for practical jokes as well as HP fans. I am amazed at how much the flavors really tase like what they are supposed to be. I remember once, I had what looked like cinnamon, but turned out to be vomit. What a nasty shock... Some flavors, however are quite good. I personnally liked the soap and dirt flavors, while earwax, sardine, and vomit are terryfying. If you want a fun/interesting bag of jellybeans, these fulfill.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 14, 2009
You need to be careful around these; they mean EVERY FLAVOR. Albus Dumbledore didn't lie, he came across one that was vomit flavor, and guess what? First one I had was vomit. It wasn't hard to discern. My mom refused (I'm a kid using my mother's name so don't think this reveiw is by an adult)to eat a single one. Some of them weren't too bad, but what I suggest is don't eat the whole bean, take a small bite, chew then eat the rest if you find it appealing. I think that if you had someone over play this little joke on them: Take the beans out of their little carrier then place them in a bowl. Then tell your friend they're "Jelly Bellies", they'll take one then I suggest you run and get them a glass of water. Look, try them, don't chicken out, at least eat the small bag of what you have. If you think they're okay buy more, if you thought they were some sick joke then don't buy anymore! Anyway, try a bag, they have some variety.
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Last chance to get them SINCE THEY HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER. GOT THESE FRESH 11-23-2011. Watch one of the Harry Potter Movies and eat some Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans. This bag id has Watermelon, Pear, Ketchup, Blueberry, Cheese, Pizza, Banana, Marshmallow, Sausage, Onion, Wild Cherry, Mashed Potatoes, Cinnamon, Gravy(THIS IS BROWN GRAVY FLAVOR).**WARNING DO not mix mashed potato with its buttery flavor and the gravy it just is nasty together., Fish, Cranberry & Apple, Peach, Pink Grapefruit, Pepper and Lemon. Bags are randomly assorted and may not have every flavor.
Manufacturer discontinued so these are the last.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Todd J. Hunter on April 20, 2010
I was a fan of these, but they're not what they used to be. They're made by Frankford instead of Jelly Belly, and they're artificially flavored and waxy. The Gravy, Onion, and Pizza are authentic enough, but none of them are very tasty: not even the Blueberry or Pear. Recommended if you like artificially flavored and waxy jelly beans.
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