Top 10 Best Jelly Belly Air FreshenersIf you're wondering if those exist. Yes, they actually do. Jelly Belly has a decent amount of car freshener fragrances. The fragrances are also named after the jelly bean flavors. Here's are some of the best Jelly Belly car freshener fragrances.
Note: Do NOT eat nor lick those car fresheners no matter how delicious they smell. They're toxic and should never be consumed.
This may be their most popular Jelly Belly fragrance because cherry-scented car fresheners are quite popular overall. It's also popular for the right reasons. It's a cherry fragrance that's quite outstanding. It's neither sickeningly sweet nor a generic cherry fragrance. It has tartness, which makes it smell richer and of better quality. If you want to start trying these car fresheners, Very Cherry is a safe bet for a first try.
It's a very nice lemony fragrance. It smells like Froot Loops and lemon meringue pie. It's sweet, lemony, fresh, and pretty much everything you want from a fragrance. It will probably appeal to gourmand people the most. It's that good.
This one may be inaccurate on the scent, but it still smells great. It mostly smells like apples, kiwi, and almost like cotton candy. It's extremely fruity and sweet.
This one smells quite nice and is not too pungent either. It's a pretty subtle grapefruit scent and somewhat smells like Froot Loops as well. If you like to have a citrus fragrance that isn't too pungent, this one's for you.
The first thing that will come to your mind if you smell this car freshener is probably the fruit punch you drank as a kid. It evokes good memories for many people. This car freshener is not for everybody, but fruit punch fans will love it.
It smells a lot like women's perfume and a little bit like lime. It resembles the discontinued Little Trees car freshener, Bold Embrace. Of all the Jelly Belly car fresheners, this one probably smells the least like food. It's ideal for those who prefer clean or fragrant car fresheners over food-scented car fresheners.
This one smells nothing like the Margarita one. The only similar aspect is that both have some lime fragrance, but that's really it. Mojito smells like lemons, lime, and a bit like smoky mint. It's also far sweeter than Margarita.
It has a strong scent of cough syrup, citrus, and berries. It smells like those Scooby-Doo gummy candies for the most part. This one may be too intense for some, but if you enjoy extreme fragrances, you might want to try this one.
It smells like birthday cake and white chocolate, with a slight floral fragrance as well. This one's not for everyone, as it might be too sweet for some. However, it's not a bad choice for your first Jelly Belly car freshener, especially since vanilla is a fragrance many people may want to try.
It smells like creamy and artificial bananas. It's not overbearing in the slightest and smells quite nice, especially for a banana fragrance.
It has a nice, nostalgic blueberry scent, especially when you first open it. However, you might get tired of this scent after a few days. You can always put it back in its package to use it another time.
It doesn't smell like blackberries or anything related to that. It smells like berry gummy candies you can probably find at the store.
Honestly, it's surprising that they nailed the fragrance, given that licorice is somewhat easy to mess up. It could easily have ended up smelling like a borderline cologne or something minty or spicy. That's not the case with this one. Great job on the accuracy. The fragrance isn't bad either if you like licorice.