In what seems like a joke, Oreo has issued a Golden Oreo with watermelon-flavored creme. They did this a few months ago and you can still find them as of this posting. I respect Oreo's tinkering with fruit flavors, but this seems like another one of Oreo's self-referential satires.
Surely Oreo couldn't have attempted to reproduce the taste of natural, fresh watermelon in their creme, right? No, they couldn't; the flavoring in this creme is the exact same that you might experience in watermelon-flavored bubble gum, Jello, Kool-Aid, or Jolly Ranchers.
How is it, then? Horrible. The tasty vanilla cookie is immediately obliterated once the creme inside hits the tongue. I even like watermelon candy, but its execution here is misguided. I would even dare say that if the flavor of the creme had been faint, the snack might be interesting. But instead, they overload the creme with artificial flavoring, and it feels like someone just smacked your tongue with a hammer.
And lest you attempt to acknowledge this food as simply a novel or even comical experiment and dare to enjoy it for what it is and no more, you will soon experience, after the swallow, a horrible and bitter aftertaste that forces you to regret what you've done, even if you promised yourself that you would not.
This is the second food on this site to receive 0 NOMs.
Watermelon Oreo: 0 Noms - Unpleasant