Warheads Extreme Sour Hard Candy-240 CT Tub

Impact Confections

$28.00 

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Warheads Extreme Sour Hard Candy Tub

Your lips will pucker, but not for a kiss! A giant tub of Warheads Sour Hard Candy filled with all the intense sourness you can handle! Although we suggest not eating them all at once. There is enough challenge in just one. Yes, after just one Warheads Sour Candy you are inflicted with such a punch of sour, and just when you think you can't stand it anymore then these tangy, sour hard candies turn into pure sweet delight and you forget the sour punishment you've just forced upon your taste buds! Warheads Extreme Hard Candy come in an assortment of flavours- Blue Raspberry, Black Cherry, Apple, Lemon and Watermelon.

Could these be the Sourest Candy in the world?

240 COUNT TUB

Ingredients: 

Corn Syrup, Sugar, Microencapsulated Malic Acid (Malic Acid, Hydrogenated Palm Oil), Citric Acid, Gum Acacia, Soybean Oil (Processing Aid), Ascorbic Acid, Artificial Flavors, Carnauba Wax, Corn Starch, Blue 1, Red 40, Yellow 5.

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