In December, we went to Party City. They had a new one opened up next to us and so we were getting stuff for our daughter Miriam’s birthday. Well, they had two candy noodle things and this was one of them. A Cup O’ Crazy. That’s pretty weird. It’s got goo, edible chopsticks, and gummy noodles. I really don’t like things like this so much but I have to review it of course. Qho knoqa; it could be masterfully crafted; like a jelly noodle with a sauce that’s made from fine ingredients and chopsticks of sweet coconut powder that melt in your mouth. But I wouldn’t count on it. Let’s commense this, the 4,509th session of my personal congress of noodling.
Cup O’ Crazy Gummy Noodles United States
Detail of the side panels (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free. To prepare, it’s unclear as there are no instructions, but I will extrapolate that you split the chopsticks, and you douse the noodles in the goo and eat them. Finally, go into a sigar coma!
Detail of the lid (click to enlarge).
Here are the gummy noodles.
A slightly tinged clear liquid. This is our candy broth.
Finally, candy chopsticks.
Finished (click to enlarge). Nothing added. The gummy noodles were rather stiff and chewy. The ‘broth’ was slightly acidic and extremely sweet. The chopsticks were very hard and had a very tart nature. I feel this is an affectation; one not meant for enjoyment of a taste nature but of a novelty nature. That being said, I give these 0.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 8582180084317,
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