29 May 2013

DIY Candy Kit - Kracie Neru Nerune - Ramune Soda

These Japanese DIY candy kits from Kracie successfully combine two of most kids' favourite things - eating sweets and playing with their food. There are lots of different types of kit available, from the Popin Cookin' and Happy Kitchen ranges, in which you can create perfect mini candy hamburgers and candy sushi, to the slightly simpler Neru Nerone range that only needs to be "mixed and kneaded" in order to create a dipping candy set. The latter comes in various flavours, including Cola or Grape. I was very happy to be sent the Ramune Soda (which usually means lemonade) set to review by Oyatsu Cafe, an online Japanese store that delivery worldwide at great prices.

The set comes with three little sachets, all helpfully labelled, and very clear instructions.

Simply add water and stir! The powdery substance then becomes a fluffy soft consistency. Then all that's required is to dip the spoon into the gooey candy and then into the crunchy pieces to create a delicious treat.

The soft mixture has a pale blue colour and really did have a lemonade flavour, even with a slightly fizzy edge. The hard candies are chalky type sweets which are needed to balance the tart flavour of the gooey section. A very intriguing and fun candy and my eldest son has now asked for some more sets for his birthday!

Oyatsu Cafe have offered my readers 15% discount on all orders, simply use the following discount code at the checkout: GROCERYGEMS. This is available for all orders internationally and with no limits. See HERE for more details.

This product was very kindly sent to me by Oyatsu Cafe for review but all views are my own. I don't receive any compensation if you order from Oyatsu Cafe or use the above code.

Grocery Gems Verdict: Kracie Neru Nerune - Ramune Soda

RATING: 7 out of 10.
Buy them again?: Absolutely.

Purchased: Available from Oyatsu Cafe. 
Price: $2.89 (approx. £1.81).


  1. These look so awesome and this is coming from a 29 year old woman lol. They would make great novelty gifts for kids and big kids.

  2. Ah cool!! I want to have a go ;)

  3. There look weird but i still want one! I wonder if they sell this in any of the shops in China Town. Do you or any of your readers know?
    I will be there this weekend and will take a look! I'll report back soon Katherine!

  4. These are wonderful! I've been wanting to try one of these for a while now.

    Do you happen to know if they are vegetarian friendly?

    1. Hi Andy, apologies for the very late reply. Unfortunately I can't read any of the Japanese information on the back. I will try to find out from Oyatsu Cafe and report back here.

    2. A site called Tofucute has that information for quite a few of the DIY sweetie packs, not too sure about this one in particular but you should check there.


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