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Thursday, 15 January 2015

Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans

Ever heard of Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans? Those who are Potterheads will sure know about this. I didn't know what it is till Mamarazzi told me about this boy, Harry Potter. He is the hero in wizarding world and in his school they have these Every Flavour Beans.

 
A friend had just came back from Japan and surprise surprise......goodies for us. paiseh paiseh...Thank you very much, Manglish.

 Among the goodies was a box of Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Bean.
 
 How colourful they are......sure to taste good, right?

For those who are in the dark, these are not normal Jelly Beans. Like what stated in the box, it's all flavour beans. That mean it does not only consist of sweet and nice tasting beans. There are also jelly beans that taste of vomit, dirt, rotten egg, black pepper, booger, earthworms, earwax, grass, sausage and soap

 Got a "guide" here but all written in Japanese .

After one black pepper and ginseng tasting beans, Mamarazzi google and found the English translation. Ohh....the ginseng one actually is "dirt". While the vegetable tasting one is actually "Grass".  Soap ones still bearable la. But the rotten eggs ones are super yucky.

 Dare to try one? This could be rotten egg or lemon.....take a guess.

I choose mostly bright colors ones. Those usually are safe....except for orange.....vomit taste........

Mamarazzi wonder if we have it here in Malaysia. Can buy and prank people.... *evil grinz*


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    1. heheheh sure happy but Mamarazzi happier lah...coz she potterhead

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  2. wah, so so so nice of Uncle Manglish to get something for Mamarazzi and Small Kucing from Japan!! not only just something, but rather something that is so special.. Small Kucing can bring some to school to show off already huh?? hehe~~ :p

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    1. Cannot leh...later cikgu confiscate leh.....

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  3. Uncle SK doesn't know what Every Flavor Beans lah for sure, hehehehehe!!! but then when Mamarazzi showed the bag, he thought, "Oh!! it's Jelly Beans rupa-rupanya!!".. but then later Mamarazzi pulak said those are not normal Jelly Beans but all flavour beans, among the jelly beans... bla bla bla.. aiyoh so confusing, hahahaha!!! :D

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    1. comfirmed you are not Potterhead LOL.......else won't feel blur sotong

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  4. wah!! impressive lah ni.. so many weird and disgusting flavors!! haha, puke booger earwax??? Uncle SK wonders if anyone really knows how they taste like?? muahaha, Uncle SK finds this interesting but will not dare to try at all leh.. if buy and belanja other friends as pranks then yes!!! hihihihi ^^

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    1. ahem ahem...sure one la....sure got people try already LOL

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  5. I am quite certain we can't find those flavors in Malaysia.. and probably only in Japan huh?? you know lah, the Japanese are always so creative and just like their KitKat, they have so many unbelievable flavors for Jelly Beans too!! I like that~~ :)

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    1. Not sure but when Mamarazzi write this post , she saw that some can get from Singapore. Friend bought from Universal studio in Japan. so the one in Singapore maybe have kot?

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  6. Ewwww, this is so gross! I have not seen them here. Have you read the Harry Potter books or watched the movies? You are BRAVE to try them! I think I would GAG!

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    1. Nope I have not read Harry Potter books but Mamarazzi had read all the books. Even queue up for the last book when it was released. I have watch HP movie.

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  7. Nice? Can do magic.....or become a wizard after eating them? Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. errr...nope....it's just jelly beans...not magic beans. If muggles eat them they will not be able to do magic too. Anyway....only allowed to do magic in Hogwarts

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  8. Never heard before but after seeing the pictures, ooooo jelly beans! Wah got different flavour and meaning for different colour.. Interesting wor.. I want to try the rotten egg one, sounds unique, dunno made of wat leh hor..

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    1. sure???? Mamarazzi sort out some and post to u???

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  9. No thank you on the orange vomit taste jelly bean. I will let you have them all.

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  10. Only you decide what is worth eating

    ALOHA from Honolulu
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    1. or maybe just wanna try everything :p

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  11. Wah first time reading about this.. confirm I'm not Potterhead. LOL! I wouldn't want to taste the dirt beans!

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    1. LOL......what about the rotten eggs, worms and vomit ones?

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  12. I don't think I would be brave enough to try these beans.

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  13. I saw before in Mercato, Pavillion. But that was a long time ago, not sure if they still have it now.
    Tsk, why your friend name is Manglish? Nickname?

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    1. Why "tsk" leh? Ex-blogger mah. His blogger handle just like yours "Real Gunners". LOL

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  14. Eeeeww. I would not dare to try. Now I feel I want to puke after reading this post. ^^

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    1. not that bad gua....coz they have some really nice flavours also leh...lemon, banana, blueberry, cherry, candyfloss and few others nice flavour leh

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  15. I saw the Every Flavoured Beans on sale at the Potter exhibit gift shop when it was in Singapore (small boxes only) that everyone else bought few years ago. I already tried those years ago (I have the huge container in my room); they're okay, but jellybeans not my jam (haha).

    Your bag no booger-flavoured one ah? HAHA... Haven't seen them in Malaysia, not even in the Potter heyday. Guess if want some more have to go to the Potter themeparks baru ada..

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    1. maybe have booger flavour one but i haven;t come across yet. Just ate a few only. LOL..

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  16. hahaha...so creative these Japanese... how does vomit taste like in a jelly bean? :)

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    1. Don;t think it's Japanese invention. It's being sold all over the world but tarak jumpa in Msia yet

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  17. Wow, never heard of any of those flavours before! :)

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    1. wanna try? Can ask Mamarazzi sort out for you to try? *evil grinz*

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  19. Wasey... really got the awful ones? Thot just a sales gimmick to call them those names.

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    1. ya wor...mamarazzi thought sales gimmick. LOL. but really got such tast. Nit that bad la ...the dirt one actually taste like ginseng. The grass one taste like vegetable

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  20. Eww.. I wouldn't dare to try. Given free, I also lari. Ahaha.

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    1. sure or not???? try la...jom la...after all...you mommy already wor....those taste not as bad as the smell of a baby vomit milk leh

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  21. Too cute! Wanna share some with me??

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  22. Wah, the Harry Potter, the them park, I heard my friend said there're very crowded, because it's just opened on last year July, so everybody around the world are rushing to see it!!

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  23. Had these beans before, but too sweet for me...

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    1. LOL.....have tried the yuck flavours ones? Those not sweet leh specially the black pepper ones...

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  24. Really! I wonder what they use to make the jellybeans with taste of vomit.

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  25. Never heard of all those intriguing names the beans are known as. Was in Japan last month but never saw them.

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    1. Did you visit Universal Studio the Harry Porter Theme park? They have it there

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  26. Hi Small Kucing, thank you for visiting my blog. You are so cute! Very interesting blog, now I can also visit your blog. About the mulberry leaf tea, I have read that it need to be boiled and dried first before making into tea. Anyway I myself have not tried it yet, nor have consumed the tea before. How do you intend to make your mulberry leaf tea, do you mind sharing with me?

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    1. Thinking of drying the leaves and keep. Like chinese tea.

      Heard from pasar malam vendors that the leaves ca be used to make "leong sui" too.

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    2. Thank you for sharing info on how to make mulberry tea..will like to try it out. Also would love to follow your blog.

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    3. welcome. Lets try it together

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  27. Eh! So long I didn't hear this Uncle Manglish's name! I remember this blogger.

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    1. blog also hilang liao. But lucky have FB

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  28. Hey boy, brush your teeth kuat kuat after taking so much colourful sweets ok. If mamarazi forbid you to eat so much sweets, pass to me quick!

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  29. Hii! I hope you can still remember :) How much is it in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Japan?...I am really looking forward for your reply..thank you and have a nice day :))

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    1. Hi Raven. Sorry, I don't know the price as it was a gift from a friend. Didnt ask him the price.

      A nice day to you too

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