Flavor: What can I say, it’s one of those weeks that require lots of booze. So, first of all, the name of the gum—kind of redundant, isn’t it? Aren’t all mojitos mint? Perhaps it should be called something like the Sangria Fresca—Mojito Fresco or something. Because it does taste like lime and mint, I’ll give them that, and it does have that same weird boozy twang that the Sangria Fresca has. As I’m not a huge fan of mojitos or lime flavor in general, I have to say it’s not my favorite, just on principal. It is, however, surprisingly delightful, especially considering I’m not a huge fan. Again, this is a well-executed gum that I’m sure lime-lovers (how rare they are) everywhere are buying by the three-packs. Finally! Something for the people who eat all the greens!
Texture: A really meaty chewing gum, smooth and full. It’s different than most Orbitz, softer, more malleable, easier to crack. You can even get some little bubbles out of it. It’s a really fun chewing experience.
Overall: This is a good quality gum. It lasts long enough in both texture and flavor, and appeals to a rather neglected quadrant of the flavor-loving society (limers) while still appealing to the rest of us. It’s sweet, minty AND fruity, and a delight to chew. Not my favorite gum, but deserves much applause.
Rating: ooooo (five gumballs)