Honestly, I was skeptical of blending these two tastes; my doubts were unjustified. It comes in brick form, which is really hard to chew into, and once you get it going it retains a pumice-like texture. Put the gum in your mouth when I say go 6. If you have a big sweet tooth like I do, this may be your favorite type of gum no worries, it's still sugarless. The candy has more of a sour kick than the gum, and the gum is more sugary sweet. I would say Trident because I'm making a science project on that same thing due December 5th 2011 , and I just found out that Trident does not only last longer than orbit but, it is healthier and it helps with your teeth, with keeping away cavities,and making your breath smell a ton better for a l … ong while.
To sum it up, if you are looking for the cheapest gum out of the three I have chosen, choose Trident. Interestingly, hints of the original spice carry on long after chewing. I also like that it is a smaller sized gum that is easier to chew, with a smoother texture. From the container, it looks like there are peach slices and some other orange-like fruit…. You will need to have the whole pack at once to get the same minty taste as 5 Wintermint, so go with that option instead. The question of which chewing gum lasts the longest is a common project in school science fairs.
If you're stuck on which brand you should spend the big bucks on, here are the best brands of gum, ranked from best to worst. To keep up with all of SnackGator's reviews and finds, follow us on social media! Read on and find out. On the back of the packet it should tell you but fortunatley i have a pack right next to me so in it there is :. It's the biggest gum on the list, by far. While Trident costs the least amount of money, packages contains 18 pieces of gum. The berry and lemonade flavors meld well for a refreshing mouthfeel.
You can even for a nice discount that saves you the trouble of heading to a store. Portion size is on the smaller side, but an 18 stick amount allows for more demanding users to take two pieces at once. All of that can be said of this gum, except that it is very Cinnamony. Both packages of Stride and orbit contain 14 pieces. Winning both the flavor and amount categories is Orbit. You're only as good as your weakest player Trident. In reality, this doesn't taste as much like mint as it does generic white cake icing.
The gum is small, and some people may want to chew two at a time. When choosing which product to purchase, you want to know which will get you the most for your money. And I was right I always am. Don't even bother buying, its small size and short flavour make this a cheap tasting regret of a choice. Stride's okay when you're in desperate need of gum, but if Trident's available, you know which one I'll be choosing.
The United Kingdom even has some additional types, like the long, thin Trident Soft. Even though the prices for these products are similar, you get different amounts of gum. Trident Original was dubbed the official gum of the White House by President Jimmy Carter in 1980. True to its name, this gum completely eclipsed the competition. Or look up Trident gum in academic food journals.
Obviously most people chew gum for longer, but our tasters concluded that this is a consequence of residual flavor coating the mouth long after the gum itself becomes a lifeless waste of mouth space. Spearmint is indeed a species of the mint plant, and has a sweeter taste than other varieties. And those crystals absolutely make this gum. Wintergreen is actually not derived from the mint plant; rather it is its own unique flora. Reader Review First off, this a is a very large piece of gum. I did not find that stride gum was the longest lasting gum of the three I purchased.
Choose this if you seek a stronger flavor than Wintergreen. Sigh, rating this gum, I get a feeling similar to what it would be like to be a Cannes Film Festival judge watching an Adam Sandler movie. Although this type of gum is not known for being the longest lasting like its competitor Stride, it lasts longer than the others I tested. I'd like to start off by saying that I'm not a cinnamon gum fan, so please keep that in mind as you read on. Trident Layers Stride has had it's moments in the gum world, like when they came out with a sour patch flavor. In large doses, the oil is poisonous, but in smaller quantities, it simply emits a minty scent and tastes like mint, too. Not one of my faves, but then again, I usually put way too much thought into almost anything I do.