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Lemon Peel Gummi Bears w/ Li Hing Mui

Original price $ 3.99 - Original price $ 13.99
Original price
$ 3.99
$ 3.99 - $ 13.99
Current price $ 3.99

If you live in Hawaii, then you know that our entire state is currently obsessed with Lemon Peel Gummy Bears. We've added a little twist by also sprinkling them with Li Hing Mui Powder. 

These soft and scrumptious gummy bears are sour, sweet, salty, bitter and completely addictive. The lemon peel adds that the salty and bitter flavor and turns a sweet treat into something completely unexpected.

3.5oz or 12oz


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