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Two Flavour Fusion Candies - Reviewed!
Two Flavour Fusion Candies - Reviewed!
17th March 2021 • by Adam
17th March 2021 • It's time to do the Fusion Dance • by Adam
It's time to do the Fusion Dance
What's the deal with flavour fusion candies?
It seems as though candies that change flavour or fuse together multiple flavours to create a new one are getting particularly popular recently. It’s a trend we saw growing in popularity even as far back as 2019, but in our hunt to procure the finest snacks for you, we’ve been sure to find only the best of the best when it comes to the ones that use this gimmick. Two of our newest snacks encourage you to combine flavours to create new ones, but does it work? Here’s our complete thoughts on these delicious new fusion candies.
Kracie Mugen Fruits - Infinite Multi-Texture Candy!
The word ‘Mugen’ (無限) is Japanese for ‘Infinite’, which is a rather ambitious way to label this multi-texture, multi-flavour candy experience by Kracie. I’m pleased to report that although the amount of combinations and flavours are in fact, finite, it’s still a pretty amazing candy regardless.

There’s three unique types of candy in the pack - a soft ramune flavoured hexagon, a slightly firmer green melon soda flavoured sphere, and a grape flavoured pink star. Each of them has a slightly different consistency, and a completely unique flavour, and the packaging gives you instructions on how to combine them in order to create new completely taste experiences. But how well do these stack up when fused together to create new flavours?

Shaved Ice: This one I think is the weakest of the combinations - it’s pretty difficult to emulate the ‘ice’ element of shaved ice in a candy, but the combo of the candies does get across the sweetness that you might experience from the syrupy goodness of a nice shaved ice.

Cream Soda: In a much stronger showing, the ramune and melon soda candies go together pretty well to create a (melon) ‘cream soda’ taste. It’s a tasty combo!

Peach Soda: The illustration for this combo is a little ambiguous, but it appears to be a ‘peach soda’ taste that you get from combining the grape and melon soda candies. It’s a bit of a stretch, but I can see what they mean. It’s nice but the flavours don’t blend together as well as you’d think.

Soda Ice Pop: Combining all three of the candy types will create a ‘soda pop’ taste. It’s definitely pretty nice and the complete range of textures compliment each other nicely, and I can totally get the taste they’re going for from this combination.

All in all, I’d say it’s a win for the Mugen Fruits. If you’re looking for a unique candy experience, there’s a lot to be said about the quality and variety you’ll get from this pack!
Dragon Ball Z Super Fusion Fruit Gum
But the fusion fun doesn’t stop with the Mugen Fruits - these Dragon Ball themed ‘Fusion Fruit Gums’ also incorporate the same flavour combination gimmick, this time with four flavours and an astounding 11 combinations! It’s a fun way to incorporate the theme, as Dragon Ball itself is a story that contains plenty of characters fusing together! It makes sense then, that a Dragon Ball themed candy would want to get in on the candy fusing action.

Because it’s gum and not candy, the taste of this Fusion Fruit Gum is a lot more enduring than the Mugen Fruits. Because there are eleven possible combinations, I won’t review each one like with the Mugen Fruits, but here’s my Top Three from the available combinations!

Watermelon: Strawberry and Melon flavour gum combine to make watermelon flavour! I’m a big fan of watermelon, so of course I’d like this one, and it works better than you think. The strawberry adds a subtle additional sweetness to transform the melon into a more watermelon-y vibe.

Melon Soda: Of course, the melon and the soda flavours combine to make a melon soda flavour. Pretty standard stuff, but it works well!

Kiwi: The pineapple and melon flavours combine to make a kiwi flavour, and I didn’t really expect this one to work, but now I feel like a fool, because it really does!

I’m not really a big gum fan, but I have to say that these ones have very vibrant flavours and combining two flavours to make another probably works better with gum than other types of candy. It’s well worth a shot if you’re into fruity flavours!
What's the deal with flavour fusion candies?
It seems as though candies that change flavour or fuse together multiple flavours to create a new one are getting particularly popular recently. It’s a trend we saw growing in popularity even as far back as 2019, but in our hunt to procure the finest snacks for you, we’ve been sure to find only the best of the best when it comes to the ones that use this gimmick. Two of our newest snacks encourage you to combine flavours to create new ones, but does it work? Here’s our complete thoughts on these delicious new fusion candies.
Kracie Mugen Fruits - Infinite Multi-Texture Candy!
The word ‘Mugen’ (無限) is Japanese for ‘Infinite’, which is a rather ambitious way to label this multi-texture, multi-flavour candy experience by Kracie. I’m pleased to report that although the amount of combinations and flavours are in fact, finite, it’s still a pretty amazing candy regardless.

There’s three unique types of candy in the pack - a soft ramune flavoured hexagon, a slightly firmer green melon soda flavoured sphere, and a grape flavoured pink star. Each of them has a slightly different consistency, and a completely unique flavour, and the packaging gives you instructions on how to combine them in order to create new completely taste experiences. But how well do these stack up when fused together to create new flavours?

Shaved Ice: This one I think is the weakest of the combinations - it’s pretty difficult to emulate the ‘ice’ element of shaved ice in a candy, but the combo of the candies does get across the sweetness that you might experience from the syrupy goodness of a nice shaved ice.

Cream Soda: In a much stronger showing, the ramune and melon soda candies go together pretty well to create a (melon) ‘cream soda’ taste. It’s a tasty combo!

Peach Soda: The illustration for this combo is a little ambiguous, but it appears to be a ‘peach soda’ taste that you get from combining the grape and melon soda candies. It’s a bit of a stretch, but I can see what they mean. It’s nice but the flavours don’t blend together as well as you’d think.

Soda Ice Pop: Combining all three of the candy types will create a ‘soda pop’ taste. It’s definitely pretty nice and the complete range of textures compliment each other nicely, and I can totally get the taste they’re going for from this combination.

All in all, I’d say it’s a win for the Mugen Fruits. If you’re looking for a unique candy experience, there’s a lot to be said about the quality and variety you’ll get from this pack!
Dragon Ball Z Super Fusion Fruit Gum
But the fusion fun doesn’t stop with the Mugen Fruits - these Dragon Ball themed ‘Fusion Fruit Gums’ also incorporate the same flavour combination gimmick, this time with four flavours and an astounding 11 combinations! It’s a fun way to incorporate the theme, as Dragon Ball itself is a story that contains plenty of characters fusing together! It makes sense then, that a Dragon Ball themed candy would want to get in on the candy fusing action.

Because it’s gum and not candy, the taste of this Fusion Fruit Gum is a lot more enduring than the Mugen Fruits. Because there are eleven possible combinations, I won’t review each one like with the Mugen Fruits, but here’s my Top Three from the available combinations!

Watermelon: Strawberry and Melon flavour gum combine to make watermelon flavour! I’m a big fan of watermelon, so of course I’d like this one, and it works better than you think. The strawberry adds a subtle additional sweetness to transform the melon into a more watermelon-y vibe.

Melon Soda: Of course, the melon and the soda flavours combine to make a melon soda flavour. Pretty standard stuff, but it works well!

Kiwi: The pineapple and melon flavours combine to make a kiwi flavour, and I didn’t really expect this one to work, but now I feel like a fool, because it really does!

I’m not really a big gum fan, but I have to say that these ones have very vibrant flavours and combining two flavours to make another probably works better with gum than other types of candy. It’s well worth a shot if you’re into fruity flavours!
About the Author: Adam
Adam is the lead writer of the Tofu Cute Blog and Wordsmith person at Team Tofu. When he's not making fun content for Tofu Cute, he enjoys being a huge nerd. He spends his free time gaming, reading, cooking and figuring out ways to make Godzilla and other giant monsters real.
About the Author: Adam
Adam is the lead writer of the Tofu Cute Blog and Wordsmith person at Team Tofu. When he's not making fun content for Tofu Cute, he enjoys being a huge nerd. He spends his free time gaming, reading, cooking and figuring out ways to make Godzilla and other giant monsters real.
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