A bag of Skittles Orchards contains a mix of fruit flavors you’d find in an orchard — Red Apple, Cherry, Lime, Peach, and Orange. I wonder if Skittles Vines will be next, featuring fruits grown on vines, like strawberries, grapes, watermelon, dragonfruit, and tomatoes. (Spotted by Joshua at Walmart.)
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11 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Skittles Orchards”
Is this their response to fans crying foul over eliminating lime from the regular Skittles?
agreed! it’s a peace offering, apple and lime together in one bag.
They’re good. Nice to have a mix without sour flavors in it. Most have a nice, juicy taste to them.
I saw them at shabeez
Goofy name, but I like the flavor combination.
Send me some skittles orchards asap
They are sooo good! My favorite Skittles!
There is a fine line between. REAL tasting food/fruits and food that taste’s like perfumed food. The after taste is very strong.
These are quite tasty!
The bag has a good variety but some flavors will intermix. I would pay good money for the peach flavored ones–their flavor is superb! Highly recommended curious candy-eaters try them out. 🙂
I think this might be my favorite mix. And they carry it at my local dollar store, which is great. Actually, that’s the only place I’ve seen it!
I am so in love with these orchard skittles and the company will be discontinuing them?
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