Costco Waterbridge Allsorts Review

Costco carries licorice allsorts for the Christmas season for the black licorice lover in your life!

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts bag sitting on the table
Costco Waterbridge Allsorts

Last trip to Costco I saw they had these Waterbridge Allsorts in the Christmas treat aisle. Although I’m not a fan of black licorice my mom is and my Nanny was too. Seeing these at Costco reminded me of my Nanny because we would buy her allsorts for part of her Christmas gift every year.

If you’re not a licorice allsorts fan, don’t worry! Costco has a ton of other sweet treats for Christmas. like the Costco Truffettes De France Peppermint White Chocolate Bites, Costco Kirkland Signature Jelly Belly Gourmet Jelly Beans, Costco Merci European Chocolates, Costco Smart Sweets Peach Rings and Swedish Fish and the Costco After Eight Assorted Mint Pieces.

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts back of the bag stating they are  a product of England
Product of England.

Location in Store

The Costco Waterbridge Allsorts are in the Christmas treat section at Costco. The item number is 1171144.

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts poured into a bowl, top down image
So colorful and fun looking! They remind me of something from the Willy Wonka factory.


There’s 10 different flavors in the bag and I tried each flavor separately while keeping notes on how each one tasted.

Blue jelly button – It has a strong licorice flavor with some crunch from the sprinkles on the outside. It tasted sweeter than black licorice that I’ve had in the past. 
Pink jelly button – This one was a little bit sweeter with a milder licorice taste than the blue jelly button. It has the same sort of crunch from the sprinkles.
Crazy liquorice twists – These ones have a strong molasses flavor. They also have a bit of a warm spiciness to them. 

Lemon fruit sandwich – It has a strong lemon flavor and it’s quite sweet. The texture is a little less chewy than the ones above; it melted in my mouth faster than they did. You can also taste hints of molasses.
Raspberry fruit sandwich – It has a strong but fairly artificial raspberry flavor with the same texture as the lemon fruit sandwich. This is one of my favorites. You can taste hints of molasses.

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts all lined up on a plate so you can see each flavor
All the different flavors you find in the bag

Chocolate sandwich – It has a noticeable but sweet chocolate flavor. It’s a little chalky in texture and similar to the other fruit squares in that it’s more melty than chewy. The hints of molasses are a little stronger compared to the lemon and raspberry squares. 
Vanilla sandwich – This one is very sweet. I didn’t really notice a real vanilla flavor. It has a fairly strong molasses aftertaste. 

Yellow coconut roll – It has more of a chalky texture – even less chewy and more melty than the sandwich allsorts. The coconut flavor stands out and is very nice. This is another favorite of mine from the bag. 
Pink coconut roll – The texture is basically the same as the yellow coconut roll. The flavor is also very similar, but maybe slightly sweeter with a bit of a molassesy finish.
Liquorice roll – This one is more chewy. The outside has a strong licorice taste and the candy center inside was quite sweet.

Overall, these Allsorts are very interesting and not what I expected at all. I really dislike black licorice, but I kind of enjoyed them. The lemon and raspberry fruit squares I especially enjoy as well as the coconut rolls. I should also mention that the candy is a bit hard but not rock hard.

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts back of the bag that has a description and photo of the different flavors of allsorts
Lots of variety in the bag!


The 1.2kg bag comes with three smaller bags of allsorts inside and costs $8.99 Canadian at Costco.

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts three separate bags that come in the bigger bag sitting on the table
The licorice allsorts come in three seperate bags in the bigger bag.


It’s nice that the big bag has three smaller bags inside because that way you don’t have to open all the allsorts at once and it keeps them fresh. These are such a colorful and fun looking candy! The best before date is about nine months from the date we purchased them.

These make a nice gift for someone you know who enjoys licorice allsorts. They’re also nice to have around for the holiday season in a candy dish to offer guests!

Image of the Costco Waterbridge Allsorts Nutrition Facts
Costco Waterbridge Allsorts Nutrition Facts



Seven licorice all sorts are 150 calories, two grams of fat, 33 grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, 24 grams of sugar, one gram of protein and 40 mg of sodium. Seven is a lot to eat! I feel like one to three at a time is all I can handle.

Image of the  Costco Waterbridge Allsorts Ingredients
Costco Waterbridge Allsort Ingredients.


There’s really nothing healthy about these licorice allsorts but they do have fruit & vegetable concentrates, spirulina and tumeric, which I find interesting! They are not gluten-free and do contain beef gelatin.


Taste: 7/10 for me, but I think this really depends on your taste in candy!

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 0/10


Give it a try!

I don’t think I’d buy them again, but I might eat a couple if I came across a bowl of them somewhere, whereas in the past I would have avoided them. 

Do you know anyone in your life who also loves allsorts like my nanny did?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

Join the Costcuisine email list - never miss a review!

Please wait...

Thank you for signing up!

Please note that Costcuisine is not associated with Costco.

8 thoughts on “Costco Waterbridge Allsorts Review”

  1. Purchased a 1.2 kg bag Jan 10,23.very disappointed in the product.they were very hard.and individually looked like someone had stepped on them.they need better quality control at factory.the outside pictures certainly don’t represent the inside product.

  2. I was disappointed in the Costco purchase of licorice allsorts because my favourite is the black licorice rolls with soft white filling. There were none of them in the whole bag. This seems like false advertising as they are shown and described on the bag.

  3. I recently bought these too, from my local Costco and was looking forward to them. Well they are so hard and I thought how can they be so stale already, BB date 2023/JL/20. I am going to return them for a refund!

  4. Purchased a pack and found them to be the worst Allsorts I have ever had. Hard and overly sweet.
    Went and purchased Leaf Alsorts and 100 % better.
    Don’t waste your money or taste buds on this product


Leave a Comment