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Final Note

Swedish Fish Oreos are a thing

Kai Ryssdal Aug 10, 2016
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There’s a new kind of Oreo on the market.

I should say here that Nabisco’s famous for trying out new flavors for their iconic cookies, and those flavors usually kind of make sense.

Brownie batter Oreos. Yes, please.

https://twitter.com/kittenclxffxrd/status/648238210477367297

Banana split OreosPumpkin spice Oreos — not my style, but I get it.

Oreo Thins and Watermelon Oreos might be pushing it, but okay fine.

This one, though… I dunno.

The food site The Impulsive Buy happened on an Oreo limited edition the other day: Swedish Fish Oreos.

Yes, the gum candy things.

The Oreos are two chocolate wafers and, to quote the review on The Implusive Buy, a creme filling that’s got “puckering pops of candied cherry and a slightly off-putting finish of waxy gelatin.”

Yum?

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