September 23, 2003  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Attack of the snacks!

Your A&E editors are dedicated to providing you with up-to-date news regarding everything entertainment - a realm which includes the latest tastes in the snack industry.

Bubblicious: Tornado

This blue-coloured tornado (perhaps an attempt to simulate the sky) tastes like The Body Shop, due to its fruity soap undertones. The gum exudes a whirlwind of flavour - but not necessarily tastes you'd want in your mouth. It seems as though all the debris collected during a tornado were thrown into this gum, thus accounting for the unpleasant texture. Like a tornado, the flavour is quick and short-lived.

Fruitopia: Blueberry Watermelon Wisdom

This bottle of wisdom releases a strong watermelon scent, yet actually tastes much more like blueberry. Grape and apple juice are first in the list of ingredients (there is also grape skin extract, just to let you know), though these unappreciated fruits don't get their names in the title of this feature beverage. Overall, the new Fruitopia is really nothing special.

Clorets: Eliminator

Described as having a very, very, very insanely strong taste, this gum fills your mouth with a mix of vapour, Vics and Listerine. After the initial shock rolls over and your mouth is no longer numb, it leaves a rather sweet taste in your mouth. Overall, we'd rather eliminate this gum from our mouths.

-Lori Mastronardi, Megan O'Toole & Brian Wong

 

 

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