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Nobel Super Lemon Hard Candy - 2.6 Oz
- A lemon hard candy with a shockingly sour first taste!
- Each drop has a super lemon candy taste surrounded by a layer of mild lemon candy underneath a la...
- Feel your mouth tingle with the sensational burst of Japanese flavor
- Each candy is invidually wrapped. Nt Wt 2.64 Oz
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Nobel Super Lemon is often cited as "the most sour candy in the world," so it seemed like the ideal gift for my old boss -- who loves sour candy and has impossible standards. He thought it was adequately sour, but he claims to have eaten candies that are stronger. I'm less of a sour-candy fanatic, and found it to be extremely sour. It makes my saliva glands sore and I wince in intense discomfort. My mouth is instantly flooded with drool and my speech is impaired for a short while.
All candies of this type appear to be normal hard candies with a thin layer of sour dust on them. This means, of course, that the extreme sourness only lasts a few seconds before you are sucking on a generic lemon-flavored hard candy.
Comparing this to other extremely sour candies I've tried, however, I can't say that this one is obviously any more sour. Mega Warheads are about the same. However, if you've tried Tearjerkers Extra Sour Gum, this definitely goes a step beyond that. Skittles and other "tangy" fruit candy would not be considered sour at all in comparison.
For people in North America, Mega Warheads are basically the same product, but at a better value. Mega Warheads also come in a package with candies of different flavors, making for a marginally more interesting product.
Excellent tasting, hard candy with a very potent sour coating that will give you pucker factor for a good 10 seconds. After that its a lemon drop.
Disney World Epcot also sells these for $3.99 for 3.1oz.
They are good, but their (relatively) high price makes them a "Glad I tried them, won't bother again" item for me. YMMV.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've looked for these since the mid-90's when I stopped being able to find them locally. They are as addictive as I remember them. Sort of like Warheads on steroids.Published 23 days ago by Frequent Traveler
I remember having these in Elementary school in a mostly Asian community. Years later Warheads became available and eventually I stopped seeing these in stores. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Scott Okuna
Great Lemon flavor.
If only it wasn't so darn expensive. It is a much better less chemically flavored candy than warheads.
It's great if you love extremely sour lemon flavour, but $7.25 USD? They can be gotten at $2.99 CAD a pack in Chinatown supermarkets in Toronto. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by Alan P Beaudoin