REVIEW: Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert!

Written by | June 5, 2012

Topics: 8 Rating, Cookies, Nabisco, Oreo

Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert!

According to the internet, I’ve been saying sherbet wrong all these years. I thought it was pronounced how Nabisco presents it with their new Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert!

But it turns out it’s pronounced sher-bit and it rhymes with hermit.

Oh, hold on for a second. The internet is telling me it’s pronounced sherr-bet.

Oh wait, Nabisco is also correct.

Geez, internet, you’re no help. You’re as reliable as Price is Right audience members shouting random numbers at contestants.

If there’s one thing more frustrating than pronouncing sherbet, it was my attempts to get my hands on a package of Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert! It’s a limited edition flavor exclusive to Walmart, but I visited my nearest Walmart several times over the course of three weeks and each time I walked out empty handed. After being disappointed for the umpteenth time, I decided to drive 17 miles to the next farthest Walmart, which had a diabetes-causing stock of Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert!

So to Walmart store #5274, you’re awesome! And, to Walmart store #3478, I hope the Sam’s Club on top of you gets so heavy that it crushes you.

If you were able to purchase a package of Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert!, congratulations, you have in your possession a tasty sandwich cookie.

Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert! Closeup

It has a strong fruity aroma that hit my nose soon after lifting the easy open pull tab for the first time. It did smell like sherbet and what I imagine releasing the ghosts of the Fruit of the Loom guys would smell like. Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert! is made up of raspberry and lime filling in between two Golden Oreo cookies. The raspberry and lime creme ratio varies from cookie to cookie, but I thought they all tasted the same.

One of the issues I had with last year’s Limited Edition Creamsicle Oreo cookies was that the Creamsicle flavor was hidden behind the Golden Oreo cookies, but that was not the case with these Rainbow Shure, Bert! Oreo cookies. Actually, because the sherbet flavor is quite strong, I think some eaters might think they’re a bit too sweet.

When I first heard about these cookies, I thought what kind of rainbow sherbet has only two flavors, but the raspberry and lime combination was extremely tasty and it did taste like sherbet. The raspberry creme had very little tartness and the lime had an equal amount of sourness, but they were both really sweet. While the raspberry was noticeable while chewing the cookie, it disappeared soon after and my taste buds were left with the lime flavor, which lingered in my mouth long after the cookie was swallowed.

The Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert! cookies are damn good, but if you want to make them slightly better, albeit slightly tougher to bite through, I’d recommend sticking some in the freezer for a few hours. For some reason, the freezing temperatures enhances the sherbet flavor. I’d also like to suggest you not eat these Oreo cookies by twisting the top off and licking the creme. I thought they were significantly less enjoyable that way.

While I still don’t know how to properly pronounce the word “sherbet,” I do know these Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert! cookies are super duper delectable and if you’re able to find them, I’d suggest you pick them up.

(Nutrition Facts – 2 cookies – 150 calories, 60 calories from fat, 7 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 1 gram of polyunsaturated fat, 3 grams of monounsaturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 80 milligrams of sodium, 15 milligrams of potassium, 21 grams of carbohydrates, 0 grams of fiber, 12 grams of sugar, and less than 1 gram of protein.)

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Item: Limited Edition Ice Cream Oreo Rainbow Shure, Bert!
Price: $3.48
Size: 15.25 ounces
Purchased at: Walmart
Rating: 8 out of 10
Pros: Super duper tasty. Slightly better when placed in the freezer for a few hours. Crunchy. Smells and tastes like sherbet. Doing a touchdown dance when I finally found these cookies. Walmart store #5274.
Cons: Might be hard to find. Walmart exclusive. Might be a bit too sweet for some. Which is the correct pronunciation of sherbet? That damn exclamation point in its name. Walmart store #3478.






13 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. Rob says:

    I hate store exclusives. The nearest Walmart to me is 25 miles away. Even if I was willing to drive that far for cookies, what would happen if I got there and they didn’t have them. I have to drive 25 miles back home empty handed. What a waste of gas. I could call ahead, but the likelihood of the person on the phone giving me the correct answer is highly unlikely. (That happened to me once. I called ahead, they confirmed the item was there, but when I got it wasn’t. I was not a happy camper.)

  2. Mike N. says:

    So has there ever been a kid who actually liked sherbet? Ick.

    RE store exclusives – at least there are Wal-Marts everywhere; a couple years ago they reissued Quisp cereal as a Target exclussive, but it was only at Super Target, which seem to be few and far between and no where near me. But fortunately my sis lives in Mnpls, home of Target, so she hooked me up.

  3. Mr. Fed Up says:

    They might be tasty, but they seem dumb….and store exclusives are annoying.

  4. You don't say? says:

    Ugh. My disdain for store exclusive products in general, cookies no less. They only carry the Birthday Oreo Cookies @ Zellers. They were also at a Walmart in Mississauga for a short period of time, but that doesn’t count.

  5. Lane O says:

    Is that store in Pearl City? Sounds ono.

  6. Kelley says:

    I also always pronounced it sherbert. And also looked it up online, and found the same results you did. Someone needs to decide!

    And for the record, I have always liked sherbet, even as a kid. I enjoyed torturing my relatives on my birthday by demanding a Baskin Robbins vanilla cake and raspberry sherbet cake. I considered it revenge for all the chocolate cakes I had to endure on everyone else’s birthdays.

  7. Kim says:

    Such an awesome cookie. To bad they are limited.

  8. Anonymous says:

    this is a ulgy ice cream of oreo

  9. Queen Rulah says:

    The Shure Bert Oreos are truly awesome. I tried the strawberry ice cream flavored ones and wondered how they became apart of he permanent Oreo family. I was underwhelmed. The Shure Bert are awesome and I was able to find them at Jewel Osco. I hope Nabisco makes them permanent and discontinue the strawberry icecream.

  10. Nina says:

    This was the worst cookie ever. It was too fruity for me. I like the birthdy one better.

  11. Amanda says:

    I thought they were pretty good ! I found them at target when I was searching for the new watermelon flavored ones that I saw on Kathy Lee and Hoda!



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