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Helados Mexico Chicle

Helados Mexico Chicle is a bubblegum flavored premium ice cream bar from Mexico. What can I say about it? It’s blue. It tastes kind of like bubblegum, but they use milk and eggs to make it, so it has a weird creamy flavor to it. It doesn’t taste right. There are two piece of bubblegum at the bottom, but they are frozen so they might crack your teeth when you try to chew them. The gum is crumbly and brittle with absolutely no flavor, but it’s still two treats in one so it kind of redeems itself a little bit. But it’s still not enough for me to fully endorse this product. It would be good if it were a bubblegum flavored popsicle. Frozen bubblegum flavored dairy products on a stick don’t impress me. This is a misstep from Helados Mexico. For shame.

Critically Rated at 5/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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Helados Mexico Limón

Helados Mexico Limón is a lime flavored frozen fruit bar that’s hecho en Mexico. That means it’s made in Mexico. I’ve had a few of their other flavors, but I think that Limón is the best. It has a zesty lime flavor with the perfect amount of sour. I always buy them two at a time because one isn’t enough. Once it hits your lips, it’s so good. My biggest and only complaint is that there isn’t a joke printed on the popsicle stick. Other than that, it’s a pretty amazing frozen ice treat from south of the border. Ole!

Critically Rated at 14/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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Helados Mexico Fresa

Helados Mexico Fresa is a creamy and fruity premium ice cream bar from south of the border. It’s technically called a paleta, which is a Latin American ice pop made from fresh fruit (strawberry in this case). I don’t have the patience to lick and suck and savor popsicles, so I just bit directly into this one to experience a full blast of flavor. It was decidedly underwhelming in the taste department. I was expecting it to be bursting with strawberry flavor, but it had more of a milky/creamy flavor. I bought it because I thought it would taste like strawberries. It didn’t. I would say it is 70% cream and only 30% strawberries. It’s not bad, but it’s not great and it definitely wasn’t what I expected or wanted it to be. It was kind of disappointing, and you should never be disappointed with your dessert. There are better strawberry popsicles out there (ones that actually taste like strawberries). Nice try Mexico, but your frozen treats aren’t welcome here. We are now only accepting bottles of Coke and Corona.

Critically Rated at 9/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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