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Hot Tamales Candies have been a favorite of mine since I was a child so I was very intrigued at the new Tropical Heat flavors. You can now experience a new twist on the original cinnamon candies with a fruity mix of spicy flavors, including: Mango Tango, Pineapple Picante and Limon Fever.
My family and I really liked the level of heat packed into these candies paired with the sweet fruity flavors - it truly is a delicious combination. The Pineapple Picante flavor was my favorite one with the least amount of heat to it - the Limon Fever was the spiciest one for me.
Hot Tamales Tropical Heat is a kosher, gluten and fat free candy that is available in several shareable pack types, each packed with intense levels of flavor, including: .78 ounce boxes, 1.8 ounce pouches, five and 8.3 ounce theater boxes, five and eight ounce peg bags and 10 ounce stand-up bags. The retail price for these items range from $.25 - $3.50.
If you like trying new things and keeping up with the current trends and love candies - you definitely have to give the new Hot Tamales Tropical Heat a try! I would love to see if the plan on adding new flavors to the mix as well!
Hot Tamales Candies including their new Tropical Heat flavors are available in stores and on their website - plus I also found them on Amazon as well!
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