You should know that I totally love Halls Cough Drops. I know they probably don't do anything for my cold, but I can't resist throwing back these cough drops when I'm ill. The only thing better would be if they made Halls I could consume when I'm not sick ... or rather peope wouldn't stare at me oddly when they see me eating a few because they know I'm not sick. Looks like Halls got my memo, because they recently sent me some Halls Refresh Moisture Drops to try out.
I loved it! Halls says this is, a mouth watering hard candy specially formulated to help moisten your mouth. I don't know about all that, all I know is that it has an incredibly minty/ menthol flavor, and I sucked and sucked until it was all gone. The Juicy Strawberry is a slightly sweet flavor, but the predominant sensation was from the menthol.
Each serving of Halls Sugar Free Moisture Drops is 5 pieces, and provides 30 calories, or 6 calories per minty drop. The ingredients list includes Isomalt; Less than 2% of: Acesulfame Potassium, Beta Carotene, Blue 1, Blue 2, Natural and Artificial Flavoring.
A bag with 20 Halls Refresh Sugar Free Moisture Drops costs a little over $2.00. Overall, I really liked the moisture drops. I always carry around mints and gum in my purse, and this is just as good as my beloved Ice Breakers Sours Sugar-free Mints.
There's a pretty funny commercial for this product. Some people think it's inappropriate, but I thought it was hilarious, because there was nothing going on - not even flirting ... plus that's the exact same face I make when I suck on Halls Refresh. What do you think - did they cross the line?