Think it was made by Terrys. Chocolate coated coconut bar with cherry centre. Superb, as I remember anyway. If you get this I'll buy 100!
Posted on May 31, 2004
Boost (in the red wrapper)
It was delicious, moist, crunchy coconut, covered with smooth caramel and encased in smooth milk chocolate mmm!!!
Posted on May 30, 2004
Liquorice root .
This was from the under ground and not the wood type,the actual root....
Posted on May 29, 2004
Milk chocolate bar with raisins soaked in rum. Yummy!
Posted on May 28, 2004
A chew bar. Multi coloured stripes of green, yellow and pink. Unsure of manufacturer. Was out just before WHAM's and the pies de resistance was when you put it in the fridge! Superb!
Posted on May 27, 2004
Boiled sweet, about twelve in a tube, small. Flavours: Cider, cola, treacle, apple-pear-banana, strawberry and cream, raspberry......
Posted on May 26, 2004
They were pink, hardboiled, cola flavoured sweets with a dark stripe and a chewy centre.
Posted on May 25, 2004
Golden Nuggets (not the cereal)
sweet description: Small gilt covered pieces of chewy candy, possibly a gum.
Posted on May 24, 2004
Fizzy round sweet, hard, but goes chewy in mouth,about same diameter as a 10p piece. I think they came in more than one flavour, but I remember the strawberry ones. This would have been late seventies to early eighies. Sold in jars.
Posted on May 23, 2004
Small round boiled sweets,with bobbled top and bottom, different flavoured fruits, with menthol. If you ate too many you felt as if your head was going to explode with all the menthol!
Posted on May 22, 2004
These are the same as chocolate eclairs but with a blackcurrent centre.....
Posted on May 21, 2004
Cushion shaped, toffee flavour hard sweet.
Posted on May 20, 2004
Its pink and yellow with chocolate in the middle.....
Posted on May 19, 2004
The ones I remember were huge and filled your mouth. Two flavours I loved were Golden Toffee (gold mint outside and toffee inside), and blackcurrant and licquorice (blackcurrant outside, licquorice toffee inside). Delicous...I would love to be able to buy these again.
Posted on May 18, 2004
Boiled round sweet with an indentation in top and slight malt flavour.
Posted on May 17, 2004
A tube of butterscotch gums in the same format as fruit gums. Packaging was tartan in design.........
Posted on May 16, 2004
Boiled sweet 2 flavors in 1 sweet!
Posted on May 15, 2004
Same as black jacks and fruit salads . green and white rapper cost 1p early 90's....
Posted on May 14, 2004
Like a mint Smartie but imported from Finland. The outer shell was pale blue, pale green or white and mint-flavoured, wrapped around a chocolate centre. The sweet shops stocked them late 1970's to early 1980's. They came in little boxes with flip-top lids.
Posted on May 13, 2004
A chewy fruity multi-coloured bar that tasted like 3 packets of Opal fruits all mixed up together.
Posted on May 12, 2004
White,Green,Pink,Yellow fondant creams shaped liked flowers....
Posted on May 11, 2004
Mint Chocolate Crisp
White oval boiled sweet with a layer of crispy chocolate in the middle...
Posted on May 10, 2004
Liquorice wand filled with sherbert.........
Posted on May 9, 2004
Milky Way (not white)
It was the same as the white one apart from the filling which was brown, they should bring it back!
Posted on May 8, 2004
Hard sour coated ball same size as jaw breaker but when sucked it produced lots of fizzy foam in your mouth then turns to bubblegum, was amazing, only saw them abroad, in cyprus, similar to eye poppers though......
Posted on May 7, 2004
Lemon sherbert with a lolly in a plastic bag....very sour and made by Trebor I think?!
Posted on May 6, 2004
You could buy it in a small long round-ended (each end) soft toffee filled chocolate bar. You could also buy it in a larger version which was in segments but it was the small ones that I remember best - they were brill.
Posted on May 5, 2004
Like a milky way with raisins,about 28 years ago, no one has heard of it!
Posted on May 4, 2004
Roller cola balls
Silver marble sized balls white inside cola flavour.........
Posted on May 3, 2004
These were AMAZING! They were huge gobstoppers that came in a cardboard box and changed colour as you sucked them. They had a million layers, each a different colour, and we used to suck them for a bit & then put them back in their box to save for later. When you got right to the middle they had a really sour refresher-type stuff at the centre. Fantastic! I suspect they were Willy- Wonka creations, but I might have imagined that! We bought them from R S McColls newsagent in the early 80s.
Posted on May 2, 2004
They came in cola or peppermint flavour and I think they were about 10p each they were so yummy please help me find them I will buy loads!
Posted on May 1, 2004