Ginger People Original Ginger Chews 3oz Bag
- 3 oz.
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Top Customer Reviews
The ones sold here are harder in composition and packaged in a foil seal that is designed for maximum shelf life. Same company and same name but not the same product. Most unfortunate.
The UPC for the good version of these Ginger Chews is 734027905481 that shows the product as being made for Royal Pacific Foods.
However! That being said, as you continue to eat these little mouth fulls of gingery-peppery goodness your jaws start sticking together and your teeth become covered in thick gelatinous candy. You spend time removing candy from your molars (and proceed to open another!)
Eating Ginger Chews can be fun to eat and may be a bit of a challenge, but they are well worth it if you love ginger like I do.
The texture is somewhat like a very soft tootsie roll with a mild graininess.
Oh yes. It opens up the sinuses a bit and is supposed to be anti-nausea. It has helped mildly with my sinus problems. I wouldn't know about the nausea. But keep a few in your car. Never know when it might help.
Finally, the most important feature deserving commendation--taste. The ginger is plenty spicy and "hot" but not so much that it neutralizes or, in effect, burns away, the taste buds for the next half-minute (a complaint I have against extreme hot pepper sauces like Mclhenny's Tobasco Sauce). Ginger should never be so hot that eating it becomes the heroic act of a masochist. I can't buy the notion that the therapeutic benefits attributed to ginger increase with the displeasure, or even pain, of eating it. Gin Gins have an agreeable but temporary "burn" that disappears in time for the taste of ginger to emerge as a clear winner.
In short, upper-scale ginger candy for the discerning palate.
The only reservation one might have about Gin Gins might be their relatively high expense. But the individual who can limit his intake to no more than several per day will be generously repaid by a superior product. (Should they exhaust the budget too quickly, give JuJu Fruit candy a try--seriously. At best, you'll stay within budget; at worst, you'll set yourself up for renewed pleasure with your next order of ginger.)
They start off hard with a mildly sweet ginger taste. I tend to suck on it for a few minutes, lightly chewing to soften it a bit. Within minutes it transforms into a chewy sweet yet spicy ginger candy that I remember loving so much the first time I ever tried one.
What I really love is that it's not just a candy but is helpful when it comes to indigestion/over eating and mild nausea. I find it works as well as a cup of ginger tea which isn't always available when you're on the go, so I always have two in my pocket.
If you're looking for a easy way to ease stomach discomfort or simply a tasty treat I highly recommend Gin Gins! Thanks guys!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this package for a friend going through chemo, but I've used these in the past while I was going through chemo. I was very sick and nauseous all-the-time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christensen
If you like the taste of strong Ginger this product is for youPublished 3 months ago by Rogue Papillon
This product is amazing. I don't like most candy products but I do like this one. Glad I found a place to get these little treasures.Published 6 months ago by Carlton Tapp
All I can say is these were way too intense for me. The consistency was odd as well.Published 7 months ago by Amanda Leigh
chews were more like trying to chewing on rocks for the first 5 minutes lolPublished 7 months ago by SOSO