This one comes off as a watered-down lemon. No real discernible berry flavors, but it does leave a distinct Lysol tinge in your mouth.
A creamy note comes through on this one, though the berry flavor is weak and unspecific to any particular berry. It should also be noted that while the packaging represents these candies in a delicate lilac shade, the true color is armadillo gray.
We were hopeful about these, because Jelly Belly has proved it's possible to do a realistic pear flavor in a chewy candy. But alas, Skittles is no Jelly Belly and they weren't able to come up with even a hint of pear. This one is all a very muted peach.
A little creamsicle flavor comes through, but not much on the mango front.
The banana flavor hits your tongue first, followed by a dull strawberry.
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An ideal smoothie candy should marry tangy fruit with a creamy backdrop, much like the successful Creme Savers line. Unfortunately, Skittles Smoothie Mix misses the mark entirely with this bland conglomeration of indistinct fruit flavors. After eating a few, we felt like sixth graders who'd applied and then nibbled off Bonnie Bell Lip Smackers.
Would we finish the package? No; the creamy undertone starts making you sick after the 4th Skittle or so.
Would we buy again? No way.
Rating: 1 out of 5