This mixture has several great items in it. Of course, there are Jelly Belly jelly beans inside. There are not a lot of them, but there are some great flavors. Starting with my favorites, lemon and lime, oh my, I ate all of these instantly (my son won't notice they are gone). You can also find cantaloupe, grapefruit, some type of punch flavor, and what I think is grape, inside this package.
The other candy in this mix includes moulded sugar candy (mellocremes) in great Easter shapes. Ducks and rabbits mostly--I absolutely loved the super sweet flavor and texture of these. You can also find candy corn (which is an odd thing for Easter...but maybe this is why corn syrup is included in the ingredients list, ha ha ha, a little candy humor). You will also find some foil covered chocolate eggs which were made of an okay quality chocolate, nothing special. I liked the giant chocolate and candy shell malted milk eggs, they were excellent.
Overall, my son is going to love this candy and I think all kids would love it. It's a very, very super sweet and full of sugar candy mix. It's fun to get something from Jelly Belly that isn't just jelly beans and after reviewing several bags of them, we were ready for something different. I also think this would make a beautiful mixture sitting out on a table (for all ages), it is full of so much color that's perfect for Spring and Easter. I enjoyed snacking a bit on this package before I packed it up and put it into my son's Easter basket.
Just saw this on Amazon: 'Jelly Belly Deluxe Easter Mix 9oz.' by Jelly Belly for $6.19
Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It
Calorie Counter: 1/6 of a package = 1.5oz = 1 serving= 160 calories, 2g fat
Price: $3.78 purchased at Kohls's
Jelly Belly Store Link for Deluxe Easter Mix