Shelly on 4/25/08 at 4:07 am, Comment by Licorice = Red Vines…. California residents can opt out of "sales" of personal data. It does not refer to the contents but to the smell when you open the package and the taste as you nibble away. “Twizzlers”, that is how I refer to anything else that calls itself licorice. They are two totally different kinds of candy, though, and the Red Vines just didn’t do it for me. It’s too gross. I grew up with Twizzlers, so I am on the opposite side of the other commenters. Licorice is black and is either made with anice or licorice root. i can;t stop eating them. In their defense, the American Licorice Company has always skirted this by simply coming up with a new and trademarked name of Red Vines for their Original Red Twists. The flavor was too weird but I admit I liked the texture better than Twizzlers.
Not too great. Yahoo ist Teil von Verizon Media. In 1952 they tweaked the recipe and dropped the Raspberry name and simply called them Red Vines. Jonathan Gray on 12/04/09 at 5:41 am, Comment by Daten über Ihr Gerät und Ihre Internetverbindung, darunter Ihre IP-Adresse, Such- und Browsingaktivität bei Ihrer Nutzung der Websites und Apps von Verizon Media. (Mmm, the smells of summer.). Elijah Ridlen on 11/14/16 at 6:17 am. Real sinus cleanser potential. Pwaully on 4/14/08 at 1:38 pm, Comment by Thanks for presenting a blog that is all for candy i love that you reveiw different kinds of candy from around the country and the world. I’m not saying it’s bad candy, but I’m happier to give it away than eat it. According to Haribo, the red bear is raspberry-flavored. I then had an unfortunate incident later that day. I found them ... odd. (more), All content (text and photos unless otherwise credited) is copyright 2005-2020 by Cybele May. Dies geschieht in Ihren Datenschutzeinstellungen. Anna’s story tells me I should be more careful from now on though! I’ve always had a soft spot for Red Vines, maybe it’s the bright red color since they are kinda bland. The first time I tried Red Vines was after I heard the ‘Lazy Sunday’ song and I’ve always been a Twizzlers freak so I was dying to try them. They also seem to go hard/stale much quicker, less than a week after opening, they fought back against chewing quite well. I was taken by their aroma, I find it odd, almost floral, but not quite. For me, they have to be a bit stale. I too noticed their anti-constipation effect (though I didn’t really have a problem.) What are ya gonna call it otherwise? It also reads that the vines are “made with natural fruit flavor,” as opposed to the ambiguous, non-fruit-specific “Original Red” flavor of the classic Red Vine.
Stewart Pidasso on 6/17/11 at 1:06 pm, Comment by how are these made and what co. came from. Growing up in the SF Bay Area, I ate tons of these.
It’s fine for movies or when I want to share with my husband (they actually make a pack of Bites which has a mix of the black and red which I’ve bought just for that purpose). mary e hugo on 6/15/08 at 7:14 pm, Comment by It's hard to tell underneath all that sour sugar coating, though.
is there some kind of sight that i could order from thanks for letting me tell you how i so some like you webb sight thanks alot MARY HUGO. The flavor is indescribable—maybe it’s just what you’re used to, but I prefer the more straight-up fake strawberry/red of Twizzlers. As is the case with things like tissues being called Kleenex, all colas are called Coke or adhesive bandages being identified as Band Aids, Red Vines are simply the default for red licorice. The flavor was too weird but I admit I liked the texture better than Twizzlers. Just thought I’d share - Red Vines are not universally loved! Obsessed with travel? MaliceAlice on 4/06/08 at 10:47 pm, Comment by But this means that I’ve neglected some classic candies, like Red Vines. Haven’t been tempted by these since. Red Vines are awesome!! I just discovered the ‘Australian’ soft licorice a few weeks ago and that’s been pretty awesome. The following items have been commented on most recently: • Dum-Dums Holiday Pops (Limited Edition) (1), • Candyology 101 - Episode 37 - Lemonheads (3), • M&Ms Boo-tterscotch (Target Exclusive) (15), Ask Umbra - an advice column for environmentalists at Grist magazine, Baking Bites - Nicole's recipes and real-world kitchen, Chowhound - straight talk from your fellow eaters mouths, The Girl Who Ate Everything - Robyn's tireless documentation of food, The Impulsive Buy - Marvo's reviews of things, food and sometimes sweets, Not Martha - crafts and adventures with a good dose of candy, Taquitos - over 5,000 reviews of snackfoods (mostly chips), Comment by I ate a whole package of red-vines at the movies (Oh Heavenly Dog ) as a child.
They are, in my mind, completely different candy.
Totoro on 4/06/08 at 8:25 am, Comment by I don’t really care for them when they are soft, but if they have a bit of a chew to them - bring them on. Have you tried the new Indiana Jones line of M&Ms;? Discover unique things to do, places to eat, and sights to see in the best destinations around the world with Bring Me! I tried Red Vines once - didn’t taste right to me! *Shudders*. The cool thing is that it’s cheap, easy to share and has that lowest common denominator factor that you’d be hard pressed to find someone who won’t join you when you offer it (and it’s usually because of allergens, not true dislike). They were originally made in 1920 by the American Licorice Company and called Raspberry Vines. (They used to have a pineapple version but I can’t find it anymore). clinton andrew on 1/15/11 at 7:23 am, Comment by The candies are sold in a variety of formats, some single vines and others in a pull apart bar or textured bites. They’re not terribly sweet, the first ingredient is corn syrup, but the second is wheat flour ... then citric acid, artificial flavor and Red 40. So calling something with none of that in it ‘liqourice’ isn’t right. . First tried Red Vines about a month ago.
Pwaully on 4/04/08 at 5:29 pm, Comment by They smell faintly like coconut, new flip flops and strawberry shortcake lip balm. Wir und unsere Partner nutzen Cookies und ähnliche Technik, um Daten auf Ihrem Gerät zu speichern und/oder darauf zuzugreifen, für folgende Zwecke: um personalisierte Werbung und Inhalte zu zeigen, zur Messung von Anzeigen und Inhalten, um mehr über die Zielgruppe zu erfahren sowie für die Entwicklung von Produkten. It has only the lightest tangy bite to it (the citric acid) and doesn’t leave a funky aftertaste and is one of the few red candies that I don’t actually taste the red food coloring in. The Chocolate Life - more than just a chocolate blog, this is Clay Gordon's chocolate community with forums & a place for you to blog, too. A lifetime ago when I was a grocery store cashier, a customer told me she absolutely loved Red Vines. Red Vines being what I think of as red licorice and Twizzlers being…well I don’t know what I would call them, but it wouldn’t be licorice. Aniseed is a different flavour again, though similiar. I will eat Twizzlers, but Red Vines are soooo much better. Fun fact for those who prefer Red Vines: Red Vines were originally raspberry, but are now just called "Original Red" and are a "mixed berry" flavor.
I can’t really put my finger on it, but I hated them. I can buy the GIANT bag and eat the whole thing in like two days by myself even. I don’t eat the stuff very often. Each vine has about 35 calories.
Funny thing is I can go for months without touching one and suddenly I’ll get this craving and polish off a bag in one sitting.
Get all the best Tasty recipes in your inbox! Red Vines® Orange Cream & Root Beer Mini Bites, 8oz Standup Bag INGREDIENTS: Corn Syrup, Wheat Flour, Cane Sugar, Natural and Artifical Flavors, Cocoa Powder (Added for color), Citric Acid, Yellow 5 (Tartrazine), Red 40. There are also cherry-flavored Twizzlers, but the original flavor is strawberry. The standard in the tray is about 8.5” long and is formed via an extrusion method with a twist (four complete twists per vine).
If you've tried them, what do you think? The only other solid red flavor Airheads has is Fruit Punch. Jim's Chocolate Mission - Jim's exhaustive search for the best chocolate candy bar (UK), David Lebovitz - personal guide for chocolate tours of Paris, cookbook writer and incredible blogger, Food Stuff Finds - Cinabar profiles confections & snacks from the UK and beyond, ZOMG Candy! Though it may have been raspberry flavored at one time, I think the flavor is now simply red licorice. I may be one of the rare voices who actually enjoys both Red Vines and Twizzlers. There are also cherry-flavored Twizzlers, but the original flavor is strawberry. Liqourice is called that because it is flavoured with liqourice extract.
I’m bizarre and the few times I’ve had twizzlers, I’ve absolutely hated them, so I don’t like the chances for me liking these.