Sweet Memory ( sweet type: Toffee lollies )
DO YOU KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY BASSETTS TOFFEE LOLLIPOPS TO BE HAD ANYWHERE?
Kali Fishes ( sweet type: Kali Fishes )
What ever happened to kail fishes ,these were a boiled sweet in the shape of a fish they came in colours of pink and white. they were a hard boiled fizzy sweet
Apple Jacks ( sweet type: Apple Jacks )
Am so happy to have found a mention of Apple Jacks on your website - nobody else in the world seems to remember them!!!
Can you track them down? They really are the best sweets ever!!
They were penny sweets in white and green wrappers - like black jacks and fruit salads but yummy yummy apple flavour!
I hope hope hope you can help!!
Apple Jacks ( sweet type: Apple Jacks )
I am looking to get my hands on some apple jacks and postman pats. they are sweets similar to fruit salads in size and shape. Do you know of anywhere that i might be able to get them from. thanks for your time
Refresher Lollies hunt ( sweet type: Refresher Lolly )
I cant seem to find refresher lollies anymore, last time I saw them was in poundland shop in Birmingham. I am askin as I really like them and my son does too and would like to buy some more. They are the flat lollies which fizz on your toungue and come in the flavours of lime, lemon, raspberry, orange, I think they were the flavours cos they were green, yellow, reddish pink and orange. Please help as I would like to buy these again there really yummy. thanku
request for Galaxy Counters ( sweet type: Galaxy Counters )
For ages now we have been trying to find Galaxy Counters. Is it possible you can start selling them again.
They were fab
Mintoes Memory ( sweet type: Mintoes (Nuttals) )
Nuttals produced a MINTOES sweet. they appear to have gone out of fashion, unless your MINTOES are the same product.
The original wrapper was yellow in colour with red edging. The name MINTOES was yellow on a red background. There was also green leaves on each wrapper.
Orange Aero Search ( sweet type: Orange Aero )
Just a shot in the dark, but I've been trying to purchase an Orange AERO bar in the shops for weeks now. They have all but gone from retail outlets all together. They stopped selling the smaller versions and were only distributing the large style bars for a period but I cannot find them anywhere?
Could you point me the right direction?
Jamboree bags ( sweet type: Jamboree bags )
can you tell me where i can still buy jamboree bags, i am looking to stack them for the world scout jamboree in hylands park
Sweet Memory ( sweet type: Buttermints )
Hi, my grandmother used to give us sweets called buttermints, but not the crunchy ones you show on your site. These were soft and a bit chalky and melted in your mouth. They were similar to the tiny pastel-coloured mints you sometimes get when leaving a restaurant, but larger and oval shaped and creamy yellow in colour. The name was appropriate - they were made with almost pure butter, sugar and mild mint flavour and they tasted of butter and mint. They were advertised as being fat free but I don\'t see how that can be true. I can\'t remember who made them and haven\'t been able to find them anywhere - any thoughts? Thank you!
Do they still do it?? ( sweet type: What where they called? )
Milk Tray bar is still available in Aus - known as the snack bar - not to be confused with our version of shortcake biscuit type of snack bar - do you know if the mint cinder toffee covered in chocolate from the 70's is still made - can't locate it? I thought/may be wrong that it was made by something like Welch. Wrapper was green and white striped. I think they also did an orange too - cost 7p per bar when i bought them.
Sweet Memory ( sweet type: Nestle Animal Bars )
My sweet memory is going shopping with mum in the 1970's... When we got to the checkout she would buy a pack of Nestle Animal Bars for me & my brother. This was in the days before Nestle ruined Rowntree macintoch and the only Nestle chocolate you could get was the milk choc bar... in a red wrapper & the still delicous Crunch bar. Anyhow I am rambling... does anyone else remember the Animal bars... they came in packs of 6 I think, and I have wild visions of rubbing the gold foil to reveal which animal was on the centre of the bar... in the same way we all used to rub a kit kat wrapper to reveal the name on the top of each finger.
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Tiffin Bars ( sweet type: Tiffin Chocolate Bar )
I loved Tiffin Bars. Can you still supply them??
Delicious Bar made with cream cheese ( sweet type: Huskey Bars )
The Husky Bar was a delicious bar made with cream cheese and had different type of seeds on it. I remember eating this in the late '60s. Do you have any information on this bar such as when they stopped making it or do they still in other countries?
Blue Mouths ( sweet type: Blue Mouths )
whatever happend to a sweet called blue mouths? They were a kind of aniseed flouver that turned your tongue blue.