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Today's Review: Frozen Haribo Tangfastics

By Areviewaday
Today's Review: Frozen Haribo Tangfastics
I received this... I want to say fan mail? yesterday, urging me to try out frozen Tangfastics, because apparently they are a game changer. Well, I figured there was no reason why I shouldn't, so consider this my first fan request recipe review.
Ingredients:
1 bag Haribo Tangfastics
Method: 
Open freezer. Throw bag into freezer. Wait for approx. 1 hour. Remove Tangfastics. Serve immediately.
Today's Review: Frozen Haribo Tangfastics
There you have it. Yes, I froze some Tangfastics, you can tell from the frosty sheen on the inside. But did they change my life? The short answer is no. The long answer is not much more complex. They're the same old Tangfastics, and despite being frozen for an hour they retain their chewiness, albeit they are slightly tougher. I'd say the major difference is that the flavours of the sweets are bolder and more pronounced, but that seems to be in lieu of the sourness, which seems to have been diminished by its time in sub zero temperatures. So really, I suppose it depends on how much you like the "tang" in your Tangfastics. I'm quite fond of it, so losing out on it made for a pretty average bag of Haribo. But perhaps this sweets-in-the-freezer experiment will open up a whole new world for me. That remains to be seen, but these aren't quite worth a 3 "o" wow.
My rating: 3/5

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