Cinnamon is annoyingly coloured the same as Very Cherry. Which leads to very disappoint.
48. Sizzling Cinnamon
Because as if one cinnamon flavour wasn’t bad enough, Sizzling Cinnamon only ranks higher because of its’ distinctive orange markings which make it easier to identify.
47. Juicy Pear
Because pears are gross. If anyone ever poaches them and serves me them as a dessert, you can consider me offended.
46. Buttered Popcorn
Years of working in a cinema have rendered this flavour useless to me.
An inferior type of melon, much worse than its more excitingly-coloured counterpart, Watermelon.
41. Red Apple
Red apples are worst type of apples. Both green and pink are better - Jelly Belly should consider making a Pink Apple variation.
37. Dark Chocolate
Attempts to taste like chocolate - fails miserably.
An awkward fruit in its original form, this awkwardness translates to the jelly bean.
The staple of the fruits, you can’t really go wrong with an orange. But it’s not terribly exciting either.
You can tell a lot about people who pick vanilla as their favourite flavour… just saying (Bonus points for authentic black spots).
A somewhat polarising fruit makes for a forgettable Jelly Belly.
32. Caramel Apple
Tastes more like caramel than apple. Yucky colour.
31. Chocolate Pudding
Slightly nicer and sweeter than its Dark Chocolate brother.
I like coffee, but this is the poorer of the two coffee varieties. Negative points for weird colouring.
28. Green Apple
The superior apple flavour. But still pretty standard.
27. Bubble Gum
Very authentic, can sometimes fool you into thinking it’s real bubblegum.
26. Very Cherry
If you were lucky enough to avoid the dreaded Cinnamon, you’ve probably stumbled upon Very Cherry. Congratulations.
25. Orange Sherbet
A more fizzy and sweet orange variation. Props to the matte effect coating.
23. Strawberry Cheesecake
Slightly more sickly than other strawberry types, it ranks the lowest. Nice, distinctive colouring.
22. Cafe Latte
The better take on a milky coffee. Questionable colour.
21. Top Banana
A staple. Top Banana is the base of many delicious flavour-combinations too.
20. Strawberry Jam
A very accurate taste, sure to appease the most critical of strawberry fans.
Dark green on the outside, red on the inside - just like the real thing!
A great smoothie-making fruit becomes a fine tasting jelly bean. Only drawback is looking suspiciously like Juicy Pear.
Tastes fun and exciting, and the candle version smells amazing. Also has, arguably, the best colouring.
Some say it is a rule that fuzzy fruits make good jelly beans.
11. Pina Colada
You take the pineapple and the coconut and shake it all up.
Tastes nothing like grapes, but has that artificial grape taste which none of us will forget.
8. Cream Soda
An underrated drink and definitely deserves credit in Jelly Bean form.
7. Crushed Pineapple
Such a delicious fruit - and the word crushed is just fantastic onomatopoeia.
Great colour and up there amongst the greatest of berries.
Perhaps a controversial choice but coconut is utterly divine.
Follows the rule that anything blue has to rank pretty high. The car freshener version of this will make your car smell glorious.
3. Strawberry Daiquiri
My favourite cocktail. My third favourite bean.