With a name like Brixx, I was expecting some Lego-shaped candy, but instead, they are brick-shaped pieces of gummi candy, covered in grains of delcious sweet & sour sugar, similar to the covering on Sour Patch Kids. Despite the announcement of these back in June of this year, I’m not sure if these are even available in America yet, since they don’t seem to be available at any of the usual online candy shops.
The Brixx come in three different flavors in a bag: strawberry, apple, and pear. Each Brick (Brix? What’s the singular of Brixx?) has six tubes filled with some type of cream inside of them, which tastes a little like a marshmallow when you eat the gummi off and are left with just the cream (though that is definitely more work than it’s worth).
How do the Brixx taste? Really good. The pear flavor is worth it just for the novelty, as there aren’t that many pear candies around that I’m aware of. The strawberry and apple are pretty standard, though the cream portion does give them a unique texture and a slightly different flavor than you might be used to.
Overall, they’re very good and very chewy. Mine have been sitting out for a while and they are just as chewy as when I first got them, and not stale at all.