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Jelly Belly Harry Potter Bertie Bott's, 1.2-Ounce (Pack of 8)

by Jelly Belly

Estimate to be delivered 22 Nov - 25 Nov



The Original Gourmet Jelly Bean; Since 1976
The famours Hogwarts School of Wizardry jelly beans., 8 Pack
Approximately 240 beans
OU Kosher certified by Orthodox Union / Gluten-Free
New packaging coming soon; Same great taste just a new look


Eight 1.2 oz. boxes of Harry Potter Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans by Jelly Belly. The Original Gourmet Jelly Bean, Since 1976. Approximately 30 beans per box.

Eight 1.2 oz. boxes of Harry Potter Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans by Jelly Belly. The Original Gourmet Jelly Bean, Since 1976. Approximately 30 beans per box.

Customers Reviews

Holy Canoli - These are Discusting!!

5.0 out of 5.0 by Scotlyn on October 28, 2015
I don't typically review things but after sitting by myself at the kitchen table with a spit bowl and a bottle of water, I felt I had to talk to someone about what I just experienced. Wow. Just wow. The vomit - it tastes like vomit. The booger - yup. Floss - spot on. Soap - just like soap. The earthworm.... I've never eaten one but I'm now confident I know what it tastes like. I literally sat there, laughing, gagging, spitting them out, chugging water. What an afternoon. These are fantastic if you are a Harry Potter fan. I don't think they could be more accurate. I can already picture my kids sitting around gagging and double daring each other to try them. They're going to love them. I would advise not trying them right before a meal though. I'm feeling a bit green now and will be skipping lunch. A great appetite suppressant!

On the other side of the coin, the cherry, watermelon and grass (who knew!?) were quite delicious. Just be careful to not get the marshmallow and dirt mixed up. A very unpleasant surprise indeed!
Masochistic candies for you, and sadistic treats for the naive and trusting in your life

5.0 out of 5.0 by Jeffrey A. Cohen on December 14, 2015
My office has some folks who keep out large public jars of *good* jelly beans for passerbys. I like to covertly add 5 or so of these every month. Thus far, no one has complained or raised any flags. But I can't help but twirl my mustache in wicked delight, knowing that somewhere, nearby, someone thinks they got a *bad* jelly bean and not a devilishly *evil* jelly bean that was planted there. Muwhahahahaha
Best Party Trick Ever!

5.0 out of 5.0 by King Slayer Kat on April 25, 2016
These things are amazing, we used to buy them all the time as kids. Unfortunately, they only sold them at bookstores, and those started going out of business when cell phones and e-readers started getting popular, so I was afraid that we would never see them again.

I saw them again recently at Knotts Berry Farm and boy were they fun!
I was so excited to see them on Amazon, and for considerably cheaper than at Knotts.

I decided to buy these again and mix them with regular Jelly Belly's for my dad's 50th birthday party, they were a blast!
My grandpa was the first one to get a bad one. When I asked what flavor, he said "I don't know, tastes like dirt with poop in it" I'm pretty sure he got earthworm which is THE WORST! Even worse than Vomit.

The box is small, about 2"x1"x1/4" and holds approx. 20 jelly beans. You won't be getting one of each flavor, the assortment is random. I got one with about 5 vomits in it. Some have better variety than other's.

They look almost exactly the same as regular Jelly Belly's, only without the logo printed on, nobody notices the logo when grabbing a few though.
These were a lot of fun at my daughter's Harry Potter birthday party

5.0 out of 5.0 by Deanna Lancaster on January 1, 2018
These were a lot of fun at my daughter's Harry Potter birthday party. We gave them out as favors then sat in a circle and went around having the girls pull out a random jelly bean and eat it. If they had to spit it out, they were "out" of the game. The good flavors are good and the bad ones are bad...just like you'd expect from this box. If you're unfamiliar with Harry Potter, they reference these beans in the movies as coming in all sorts of flavors...good and BAD! But that's the fun of it! They're similar to "Beanboozled" but without the mystery...the back of the box tells you what flavors are included.
These are a fun gag gift / party gift idea.

5.0 out of 5.0 by Sandra DeRosia on December 24, 2017
Haha these are hilarious. I got a single box and tried them and decided to get this 5-pack for Christmas. Gonna pass them around and have everyone try some haha. Really looking forward to it actually. I am not super brave so I haven't had some of the bolder flavors yet but I hope I get to try grass. There was only one of those in the last box but my husband said it tastes just how you would imagine grass to taste. Haha this is going to be fun tomorrow for Christmas. Can't wait to see everyone's disgusted faces or see if people aren't even brave enough to try! Should be funny. :)
Some beans are good and some are absolutely disgusting

5.0 out of 5.0 by KCRu on July 14, 2017
These are exactly what they say the are. Cute packaging. Some beans are good and some are absolutely disgusting... but thats part of the fun, I guess. Don't buy these if you are expecting every flavor to be sweet and delicious. Vomit flavor is just as gross as you think it would be.
Long live Harry Potter!

5.0 out of 5.0 by GiRose on March 16, 2018
It was definitely every flavor! I bought this because 1) I am a big Harry Potter fan and I love Bertie Bott's, and 2) my husband did not believe me when I told him that every flavor meant "every flavor." He ate one jelly bean (soap), spat it out, and refused to eat anymore, saying he now believed me.

I ended up giving some to my nephews - who are too young to know Harry Potter, but enjoyed the "gross" flavors regardless.

Let me tell you, earwax is not pleasant! Definitely a blast from the past, and I will buy more for sure!
Great deal for multiple packs

5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazon Customer on January 4, 2018
Great deal for multiple packs, they made wonderful stocking stuffers. I had to try one box myself (as a Harry Potter Fan). What can I say, they're Jelly Bellies with a few random flavors. Not enough random flavors to justify the price they charge at Harry Potter land in Universal, but worth the price here. Only one flavor that lingered...I'll leave that for you to discover, ugh, haha.
These are fun, but you need to get creative to make ...

4.0 out of 5.0 by Echo Lemming on February 28, 2016
These are fun, but you need to get creative to make friends eat these. Pair with the "Bean Boozled" variety for even more fun. But here's what I do with these.

For games such as Cards Against Humanity, make it a house rule that you can discard a card and draw a new one in exchange for blindly drawing one of these beans and eating it. You'll be surprised at how many friends are willing to punish themselves with bean misfortune in order to get rid of dead weight in their hand.
Kids loved them!

5.0 out of 5.0 by Lissa K on January 24, 2017
Kids loved them! All of the kids were having a fit trying to figure out which ones were going to be the disgusting ones and which ones were the good ones. And believe me, when they are bad, they are BAD! I learned after a few rounds with the kids that somethings just aren't worth it. The earth worm and the dirt have to be two of the worst things ever. The taste stay in your mouth for what seems like ages.

But the kids LOVED them so it was worth it :)