Rings can be dangerous things. They can lure a man into an all-encompassing quest for power laced with danger and tragedy. Bilbo Baggins had to defeat ugly tunnel-dwelling creatures, slay dragons, avoid evil wolves, outsmart goblin armies and overcome the wrath of dwarf-lords, all because of a magical golden ring. Then there's the Ring of the Nibelung, an epic saga made into a fifteen hour, four part opera by the Romantic composer Richard Wagner. There, you've got mythological Nordic Gods, monsters, mermaids, and humans, all fighting it out for the mystical golden ring. Intense! Before you get lured into a similar quest, consider this. Go to Candy Bar Sydney and buy yourself a 2kg bag of Albanese Blue Raspberry Gummi Rings. They're full of raspberry goodness, there are plenty of them to go around, and they won't lure you into any sort of danger, death, or destruction. We promise.