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Starburst Trick Or Treat? Scare Edition (Halloween 2014) - Review

By Kev A @kevvieguy
Starburst Trick or Treat? Scare Edition (Halloween 2014) - Review
Halloween products are finally starting to appear on shelves, although oddly only after the new Christmas chocolates. Anyone else find this a bit odd? Anyway, these new Halloween Starburst are exclusive to Tesco, and they're a "scare edition". They're called "Trick or treat?", as you don't know whether you'll bite into a sour or sweet fruit chew. Scary indeed!
The flavours are "sweet or sour orange ghoul", "sweet or sour raging raspberry" and "sweet or sour evil apple". There's a blurb on the pack that says "They blindfold fruit treats and play juicy tricks on them"...which sounds a little dodgy to me, but I'm sure it's meant to be innocent enough!
Starburst Trick or Treat? Scare Edition (Halloween 2014) - Review
Tipping out the bag, the chews all had brightly coloured wrappers with "Trick or Treat?" printed on. I like the colours, they're very fitting for Halloween!
Starburst Trick or Treat? Scare Edition (Halloween 2014) - Review
Oddly there were 4 different coloured wrappers as opposed to the three flavours mentioned on the packet...maybe this is a trick?!
Starburst Trick or Treat? Scare Edition (Halloween 2014) - Review
The sweets were all very tasty and moreish, but I much preferred the sour ones, although they were a little tame in their sourness levels. The sweet ones were the same as regular Starburst and very pleasant. Turns out these sweets aren't that scary after all!
Overall, this is a nice limited edition from Starburst and would be perfect to give to Trick or Treaters. I doubt anyone will be scared by them though!
RATING: 7.5 out of 10. 
Price: £1 at Tesco Express.
Suitable for vegetarians?: Yes.
Allergy Information: Contains soy.
Nutrition (45g): 182 Calories, 3.3g Fat, 37.4g Carbs, 37g Sugars.

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