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When discussing the fourth-place peppermint bark, one customer said: "We call peppermint bark Grinch vomit. Because it looks like Christmas vomit."
When talking about the second-place reindeer corn, the Christmas variation of the polarizing Halloween mainstay candy corn, a customer chimed in with: "The answer for worst candy is always candy corn. Seasons don't matter."
But the most brutal criticism took aim at the No. 1 most hated candy on the list: Christmas Tree Nougat.
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"Everything about these is all wrong. First off, it looks like a poker chip that you can only cash in for sadness," Robins writes. "The consistency at first is slightly resistant to the bite down and then accelerating into soft and gooey acceptance and then instant regret.
"The stick-to-your-teeth factor is suborbital. So you end up moving your jaws in as many different directions as they'll go to try and unstick the damn thing. Then the flavor hits. Oh man."
The customers weren't any kinder when it came to their description of the nougat.
"No one ever eats that stuff and I feel like the (nougat) gnomes come around and collect it to sell the next year," one customer writes. "Hard and stale, and the flavor is unholy."
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America's worst Christmas candy
1. Christmas Tree Nougat
2. Reindeer corn
4. Peppermint bark
5. Chocolate-covered cherry cordials
6. Lifesavers Story Books
7. White peppermint M&Ms
8. Candy canes – nonpeppermint
9. Ribbon candy
10. Old-fashioned hard candy mix