There were two colours of these Pinballs in the bag which were yellow and green. There was also an image of a cheerful footballer and goal on the front of the bag, so I suspect these chewy sweets were World Cup themed. The yellow chewy balls were pineapple flavour, whereas the green balls were lime flavour. There was also a friendly warning on the front of the bag stating that these balls have a "zingly tingly centre". I do like sour chewy sweets and sour gums. I took it that "zingly tingly" meant that these chewy sweets had a sour centre, but how sour? There was only one way to find out...
I really had to bite into these chewy sweets to release their flavour, but the clue was in their description. I first tried the yellow sweets and noticed the slight beeswax coating on their outside. On chewing there was an immediate fruity taste of pineapple followed by a zing from the sour flavour. Not a face twisty zing, but certainly a good waker-upper. The green flavour had the same beeswax coating, followed by a fruity sour lime flavour on first chew which quickly turned into a face twisty sour lemon flavour. This sour lemon flavour was reminiscent of fizzy cloudy lemonade that's always so refreshing in summertime. I really enjoyed these sour chewy sweets, they felt healthy having some fruit and plant concentrates in their ingredients, and they had a very refreshing feel to them. I'd certainly have them again and hope that they are not just limited to the duration of the World Cup.
Information on the bag;
160g bag, and at 100g have 408 calories, with 5.1g of fat and 70g of sugar. There were no artificial colours in the ingredients (see photograph).