This is not a sponsored review and because of this I won’t mention where I bought this set, if you do an online search using the name of this kit you’ll be able to find this one in several webshops.
Top Seika – Pokémon Candy – Simple
Price: ± €2
Extra supplies: Scissors
With this kit you create little Pokémon candies, there are four different moulds you can get and mine had a Pikachu and a Litten mould. It’s too bad there’s no indication on the packaging which mould you’ll get, otherwise you could buy all four. You can make the candies in two colours: pink and yellow or a combination of the two.
The yellow candy tasted like lemon, but not as strongly as it smelled. The pink candy tasted like strawberry, but it didn’t have a very strong flavour. The strawberry one was slightly tougher to begin with. Both had a sweet taste to them and were covered in, what seemed like, powdered sugar. Before I started chewing the flavour was stronger, it became fainter as I chewed. The texture was a little like chewing gum, but it seemed to dissolve in my mouth as I chewed.
Time needed: ⧗
There is as little or as much time involved with these as you’d like, they don’t have to take much time to make.
Difficulty level: ★
This kit has very few steps and they’re all simple.
It’s hard to see with this one, but the result is similar to the picture on the packaging. The details don’t show on photographs or video, but there are a lot of details to the candies. The texture and colour on the packaging do seem different, a bit more shiny and golden.
TIP: Don’t knead the candy for a long time, it’ll become too sticky and stick to the inside of the mould.
Want to enjoy this kit again?
Clean the mould with warm water, after using it, and let it air dry. Don’t use soap to clean the mould.
If you want to reuse the mould you could use soft candies, fondant or a little bit of chocolate. You don’t have to restrict yourself to just two colours.