Okay, I’m not going to guess orange sherbet, then. Something more exotic…Mango!
Nope. I’ll give you a hint: when I was in grade school, something this flavor was usually eaten with grilled cheese sandwiches.
Oh no, it’s that weird togarashi pepper flavor from Ice Cream City, isn’t it?
Nyoop. (Ahahaha, you think I ate peppers as a child? Not in a million years.)
I give up.
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4 thoughts on “What’s Swirly and Orange and Not the Flavor You Think It Is?”
Ugh. That sounds vile!
I admit, I didn’t try it. But recently someone handed me a little dried fruity thing on a toothpick and I ate it and it was really sweet and then they told me it was dried tomato. びっくりした。
I would be SO CROSS.
Fortunately, they did write “tomato” in romaji down below, so hapless foreigners would not think it was one of those other orange flavors!