I KNOW THEY WERE NOT SWEETS BUT THEY REMIND ME OF MY CHILDHOOD.THEY WERE ORIGINALLY MADE BY:WALTERS: BUT I CANNOT FIND THEM , ANYBODY HELP?
Posted on June 30, 2005
"We are delighted to be united" done as a football chant the bar was Red an White stripped for the Orange version an Blue an White for the Original milk chocolate version which consisted of a biscuit base (similar to a Breakaway) an the chocolate was thick in it's delivery ...nice!
Posted on June 29, 2005
Pink Panther Bar
'twas just as simple as a Milky Bar -but in Strawberry pink ...nice!
Posted on June 28, 2005
Coconut filling with highlights of cherry. I remember this due to fact that I lived around the Rowntree macintosh factory area. Also my parents house was originally owned by Joseph Bellamy (hows that)!
Posted on June 27, 2005
Rowntrees Candy Tots
Mini Dolly Mixtures, but sweeter!! Yummy Yummy!! They came in a pink coloured pack, with a picture or a doll on the front. You could also get mini liquorice alsorts, these were in a green bag with a tiger on the front!! PLEASE FIND THE CANDY TOTS & TAKE ME BACK TO MY CHILDHOOD!!!!!
Posted on June 26, 2005
Blackcurrant and liquorice humbugs
It is triangular in shape with a three diamential shape they were around about twenty five years ago and were about two pence each then!
Posted on June 25, 2005
Chocolate flavour toffee with a white stripe through the middle (in a slab) tasted gorgeous! circa 1940 possibly made by Palm toffees?
Posted on June 24, 2005
Bizzie Lizzie (or Fizzy Lizzy?)
Bizzie Lizzie (or Fizzy Lizzy?)
Chewy bar - raspberry flavour, with very fizzy sherbet in the middle, used to be 5p each, and my sister was mad about them!
Posted on June 23, 2005
Boiled sweet, tangerine flavour in small round ball shape. Bloody lovely!!
Posted on June 22, 2005
Choc Italian Creams
Choc Italian Creams (Buchanans) & Fruit Creams (Ross's of Edinburgh)
Half Chocolate covered soft (not liquid) caramel - a bit like a very creamy fudge & fondants with a hard shell and melting centre with very natural fruit flavours (the white one (pear) is particularly good.
Posted on June 21, 2005
White sticks with a pink bit at the end (for the lit part). No idea where they came from!
Posted on June 20, 2005
Nougat bar covered in chocolate. Marketed by Mike Reid from Eastenders!
Posted on June 19, 2005
Peanut dipped in chocolate with a candy coat (melts in your mouth not in your hand!). Was made by Mars.
Posted on June 18, 2005
Chocolate coated lolly
Red lolly with a chocolate coating.....
Posted on June 17, 2005
FRUIT FLAVOURED THINS
HARD BOILED CANDY SQUARES, WRAPPED IN POLYTHENE WITH ONE SINGLE TWIST IN THE WRAPPER, AT THE TOP!!
Posted on June 16, 2005
They were sweets that looked like pebbles from the beach....
Posted on June 15, 2005
It's bubble gum and when you bite into it liquid comes out. E.g if you got a strawberry/Fraise flavoured one, when you bite into it that flavour liquid will come out of it. You can also get: cola, blueberry and lots more.
Posted on June 14, 2005
They were round, quite large, and came in either plain hard jellyish texture (different colours)or the best ones were sour, and they had sugar on them.
Posted on June 13, 2005
Like giant satin cushions but available in individual flavours. They make the roof of your mouth sore!
Posted on June 12, 2005
White chocolate crunch
Lke a crunch bar but in white chocolate!
Posted on June 11, 2005
Chocolate covered liquorice
chocolate covered liquorice wrapped in black and yellow paper. Individual sweets....
Posted on June 10, 2005
Tasted like germolene in a white wrapper always got a tattoo inside!
Posted on June 9, 2005
Made by roundtree - same sort of packet as dolly mixture, tooty fruities and jelly tots.....
Posted on June 8, 2005
Two and Two
two and two
Two types of choc and and two types of filling and it was in squares with little tunnels connecting each one. Think it was made by Rowntree mackintosh but not sure.
Posted on June 7, 2005
sorry, can't remember what these were called!
It was a large lollipop sold during the late 80s which was a long kind of rectangular shape (much bigger than Drumsticks). You could get pink (strawberry) and yellow (lemon) ones. They were quite sherbety tasting. They had a texture similar to fudge or iced caramels and melted in the mouth. They came without a wrapper.
Posted on June 6, 2005
They were made by rowntree mackintosh they were like a bounty with cherry bits my mam used to work there and bring loads back it was 1980s.....
Posted on June 5, 2005
They were made by MARNARDS, sold loosely (by the 1/4 and looked like large dolly mixture with different coloured layers and also slightly harder....
Posted on June 4, 2005
It was like a small gobstopper (wrapped like an egg) prob 1987 ish had a sours taste and changed colour on sucking. Think they then bought out another variety which was yellow (watermelon?) - would have been the same time as the hot jawbreakers..
Posted on June 3, 2005
Half inch wheel shaped boiled sweet sold in jars....
Posted on June 2, 2005
Violet and rose mix
It was a bit like parma violets (well the only similarity was the violet taste) but these were little tear drops of rose and violet flavoured candy (pink and pale blue). very refreshing...
Posted on June 1, 2005