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Haribo Die Schluempfe (Smurf Gummi Candy) Tub (150 pcs)
- Blue gummi candies are formed in the shape of a Smurf with assorted caps in either red or white
- The best and softest gummies in the world
- Contains glucose syrup, sugar, starch, lactose acid, glazing agent
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Top Customer Reviews
I would recommend them highly.
Background: I'm an Army brat. When we were in Frankfurt years ago there was a German alcohol shop on the way to school that sold all kinds of yummy gummy candy. This was one of them and as a kid I loved 'em and couldn't get enough.
Fast Forward: I have found other versions of Haribo Smurfs here in the states and tried them with disappointment because they weren't what I remembered. I saw these and jumped at the sight. They came in the mail today and I sunk my teeth into them and I instantly knew it was them. Still taste awesome and it was like I was on the way to school again...
Only problem now is that I have to get more! :) A huge thanks to the sellers for providing these. Will be buying more in the future for sure!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great stuff! Used to eat this as a kid in Germany. Happy that I can get it in the US now at a decent price.Published 3 months ago by Benjamin F. Hardiman
Always a perfect buy ...wife and kids love them have to order everyother month....thxPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I immigrated to the US a few years ago and I really missed those. There isn't really anything in stores here that is comparable. Soooooo goodPublished 5 months ago by Black Cat
Delicious as I remember from Germany. However WAY overpriced. In Germany, I paid around 5 euros for the tub, maybe around $7.00 at the time, and now this is way over $20. Read morePublished 6 months ago by V. Coleman