When I first saw these candies they resembled me famous Harry Potters sweets with different flavors. I decided that I definitely want to try them. My choice was this mix as it is the best opportunity to catch your favorites. When I got them I was so happy, they are really so cute! Different taste for different people!
I grew up with these, and they're still the best. I love that they came out with Berty Botts Every Flavor Beans, that made me so so happy and they were perfect. Super good, and if they were supposed to be gross, they were disgusting.
A yummy mix of some of my favourite flavours of jelly belly beans!! These as so full of flavour and you can really tell the difference between all the colours! It’s hard to have just one as they are very tasty!
I've always loved Jelly Belly. They are the original jelly bean maker in my opinion. They're affordable and have some really great flavors. I love apple, blue raspberry, and grape. They are definitely my favorites.
I love jelly beans and this brand is my favorite. I like all the different flavors and rarely get one I don't like. The price isn't good either. It's a great sweet snack that doesn't have a time of calories.
is generally thought that jelly beans first surfaced in 1861, when Boston confectioner William Schrafft urged people to send his jelly beans to soldiers during the American Civil War. It was not until July 5, 1905, that jelly beans were mentioned in the Chicago Daily News. The advertisement publicised bulk jelly beans sold by volume for nine cents per pound, according to the book The Century in Food: America's Fads and Favorites. Today, most historians contend that jellybeans were first linked with celebrations of Easter in the United States sometime in the 1930s for their egg-like shape.
The American National Jelly Bean Day is on April 22.