7 November, 2018

Giving the Gift of Sweets with Swizzels

Now Bonfire Night is over, Christmas is already on the horizon. It only seems like five minutes since we were bagging up last year’s wrapping paper!

With only 6 weeks to go, it’s time to start talking presents, and if you’re shopping for a family, or one of those people who are impossible to buy for – we all know at least one of them, and they’re usually male! – then a Christmas hamper is a great way to go. And if you fancy a break from the chutneys and jams, retro sweet makers, Swizzels might just have the answer!

If you were a child of the 70s or 80s, there would have been few things more exciting than a trip to Woolworths or your local corner shop with 50p clutched in your soon-to-be sticky little mitts. The penny sweets beckoned in all their sugary glory, all you had to do was choose where your pennies would go. With Swizzels hampers, you can recreate that sense of glee for adults, or bring it alive for the kids you have in your life today.

Sweet Hampers for Any Taste and Budget

Swizzels really have something for everyone this Christmas, from single sweet sensations, to mixed boxes of all flavours. The Parma Violets Hamper might be an acquired taste, but for those of a certain age they’ll certainly bring a smile, and with 560g in a box that smile will last a good long while for just £7.99!

If you’re looking for variety, the mixed hampers range from £10.99 to £21.99, and they’re packed with all sorts of childhood favourites, from Love Hearts (Remember those? Who did you give your prized messages to?) and fizzy Double Dips, to the more recent innovations of Drumstick Squashies.

And here’s something you might not know – Swizzels also offer a collection of dedicated vegetarian and vegan sweets hampers.

For years, veggies have struggled to indulge in sweeties because such a huge number contain gelatine derived from animals. Understanding this frustration, Swizzels substituted the gelatine for plant-based alternatives in an enormous range of their sweets, from Drumsticks to Refreshers (do you remember that mighty sherbet rush tingling on your tongue as you chewed your way through your Refreshers?!), without changing the taste. So, your veggie friends can enjoy a tasty trip down memory lane along with everyone else this Christmas.

Sweet hampers are a really great choice for Christmas. They’re affordable. They’re tasty. And they’re guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face. What more could you want?

Swizzels Hamper Give Away

If you’re in the mood for a freebie, I have two smashing Swizzels Retro Sweet Hampers  (£20.99) to give away.

The prize – for two lucky winners!

Each hamper contains:

In addition to a 500g mix of classic Swizzel sweets, you will also get: 2 x Giant Parma Violet rolls, 2 x Giant Love Hearts rolls, 2 x Giant Fizzer rolls, 1 x 160g bag of Drumstick Squashies (Original flavour), 1 x 160g bag of Drumstick Squashies (Sour Cherry and Apple flavour), 1 x 160g bag of Drumstick Squashies (Bubblegum flavour), 3 x Refresher Stick pack (Original flavour), 2 x Refresher Stick pack (Strawberry flavour), 2 x Drumstick Stick pack (Original flavour).

The dimensions of the hamper are 10.5cm high x 30cm wide x 18cm deep.

Total weight of the hamper is approximately 1.75kg This is comprised of 1.4kg of sweets, plus the weight of the hamper.

Entry is via the GLEAM widget below and the giveaway is open to UK entrants only.  Terms and conditions apply which can be found on my giveaways page.

The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Sunday 2 December.

Swizzels Retro Sweet Hamper (x 2)

Good luck!



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299 responses to “Giving the Gift of Sweets with Swizzels”

  1. Tee Simpson says:

    Cherry drops

  2. Lynne OConnor says:

    pineapple cubes

  3. Angela L Paull says:

    Toffos – both the original red tube and the blue mixed tube 🙂

  4. Sarah Addey says:

    Love the refreshers

  5. Lesley Burrows says:

    Oh my, I love them all…

  6. Heli L says:

    Cola bottles. Still love them!

  7. Anna McKernon says:

    My favourites are the Parma Voilets, they’re not everyone’s cup of tea, but I love them!

  8. Kirsteen Mackay says:

    pink and white sweetie mushrooms

  9. JULIE WARD says:

    Smarties, I used to sort them into their different colours

  10. DAWN HULL says:

    Rolo chocolates were my favourite when I was a child.

  11. Jeanette Leighton says:

    Toffee crumble and bon bons I loved all the bon bons

  12. irene gilmour says:

    drum stick lolly s i still love them

  13. sharon stanley says:

    I wasn’t allowed sweets as a child, but when I left home went a tad crazy trying them all lol. I have to Parma Violets are my favourite and also love the fact no one else in the house likes them so they’re all mine muhahah.

  14. Wes m says:

    Murray Mints

  15. Carol Boffey says:

    cola bottles

  16. Rachael obrien says:

    I loved the candy monkey nuts and white chocolate fish and chips !

  17. Mel Evans says:

    My fave as a child (and still now) were drumstick lollies, they’re the best

  18. Libby Noack says:

    I loved Lemon Bon Bons 🙂

  19. Jessica Hutton says:

    DIB dabs and Palma violets xx

  20. Laura Findlay says:

    I used to love sweet peanuts. My mum used to work in a shop and got me some every week x

  21. Claire Brown says:

    Fab giveaway ♥️

  22. Charlotte G says:

    Double Dips!! I still eat them often now

  23. Jessica Nightingale says:

    I liked Sherbert lemons

  24. Jamie Millard says:

    Green opal fruits.

  25. Sharon Hirst says:

    Fruit salad and Black jacks

  26. Robert B says:

    Mine has to be either refreshers or wham bars.

  27. Faye Reed says:

    Sherbert Fountain

  28. Dominique Ralf says:


  29. Allan Wilson says:

    Cherry Lips or Floral Gums

  30. Donna Clinton says:

    I used to love Black Jacks when I was young,not had them for years now though!

  31. Julie Scattergood says:

    Pear Drops!

    Oh, but I also liked Aniseed Twists and Army & Navy sweets.

    Fruit Salad and Black Jacks.

    Pineapple Cubes.

    You’ve got me started now.

  32. Jade marie says:

    Black jacks

  33. Emma Davison says:

    Sherbert fountains

  34. Caroline Tokes says:

    I also commented on Help The Young And Homeless To Feel Less Alone This Christmas

  35. Caroline Tokes says:

    I loved drumsticks and still do

  36. sarah morris says:

    Black jacks were one of my favourite

  37. Adrian Bold says:

    Fruit Salad chews.

  38. Abigail says:

    Strawberry laces were my kryptonite! I would get them in a 10p mix up, it was my favourite bit 🙂

  39. Kate Davies says:

    Sherbet fountains.

  40. Chantel L says:

    Flying Saucers .. I had some from a sweet tub tonight lol and they’re still a favourite!

  41. ellie spider says:

    flying saucers 🙂

  42. Christopher Read says:

    I used to like the Pink Panther pink chocolate bars. They don’t make them any more 🙁

  43. Sue Robinson says:

    Kola Cubes

  44. Calley says:

    I used to love the lipstick sweets they made. But I’m still mad for Parma violets

  45. Valerie Rush says:

    Parma violets

  46. bex allum says:

    I used to love fruit salads! Yum!

  47. Amy Briscoe says:

    I used to adore Millions (used? Who am I kidding… still do!)

  48. Jemima Bradshaw says:

    I was a big sweetie fan, but my faves were Jelly teddies

  49. Natalie White says:

    Sherbert fountains!


    Milk Bottles, those ones that are all dusty are the best

  51. Purmala Shrestha says:

    Rhubarb and custards!

  52. Fiona Johnstone says:

    I loved pineapple cubes although they did cut your tongue if you ate too many.

  53. SonnyL says:

    I loved Sherbert Fountains,

  54. Kristyn Harris says:

    As a child I loved sherbet dips! (And I still do!)

  55. Sara-louise Groom says:

    Brilliant giveaway fingers crossed for a win ?

  56. Andrew Curtis says:

    Has to be parma violets

  57. Patricia Avery says:

    Flying saucers or anything with sherbet in. Still my favourite today!

  58. becci cleary says:

    Pink and blue fizzy bottles

  59. jen s morgan says:

    had to be cola bottles

  60. David B says:

    Sour Chewits

  61. Paula Phillips says:

    Galaxy counters, so glad they have brought them back again.

  62. Melanie Gardiner says:

    Gold Dust Popping Candy

  63. There was two that were joint favourites, Palma violets & the ‘foam’ shrimps, they have got to be the bigger softer ones though

  64. Arabella Bazley says:

    I loved the everlasting toffee strips, or to be more honest, I loved pretty much all those little packets of sweets at toddler level in the sweetie shops. I remember going with my father and getting a comic and 2 oz of Dolly Mixtures every weekend, it was always such a big treat.

  65. Charlotte Hughes says:

    My favourite sweets!

  66. sheri Darby says:

    Black Jacks

  67. Davyd Bagby says:

    Parma Violets are yum!

  68. Alison says:

    Mojo chews, don’t think y0u can get them now

  69. David Greenhalgh says:

    pineapple chunks

  70. Allan Fullarton says:

    Loved Refreshers.

  71. Andrea Dimmick says:

    Bon Bons strawberry

  72. michelle henderson says:

    loved sherbert pips

  73. Cathryn Crawshaw says:

    cola cubes for me

  74. Ema J Lowe says:

    wham bars, used to buy them from the ice cream man for 10p

  75. Rosina Hall says:

    I used to love Parma Violets ?

  76. Gemma Clark says:

    Sherbet fountains

  77. Carol Leadbeater says:

    I use to love Mojo’s especially when they were two for a penny X Bon bons and wham Bars X ?

  78. Melissa Lee says:

    I used to love those sherbet things – was it a Dip Dab or something like that?! I could still eat one now 🙂

  79. Angela Sharp says:

    Has to be blackjacks yum!

  80. Nikki Stewart says:

    Flumps were my favourites! x

  81. Rebecca Nisbet says:

    my mum use to buy us these sugar mice everytime we went to Cornwall.

  82. Amanda tanner says:

    White chocolate mice

  83. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Rainbow crystals

  84. Dave C says:

    Cola bottles!

  85. James Travis says:

    fizzy cola bottles

  86. Emily Fraser says:

    I use to love chewits!

  87. Elaine Saberi says:

    Love Hearts must be the best !!

  88. emma howard says:

    I loved chocolate jazzies!

  89. Rachael carter says:

    These push up lolly things

  90. Rebecca P says:

    Curly wurlies!

  91. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    I loved a Curly Wurly

  92. Jemma Dwyer says:

    cola bottles

  93. Pam Smith says:

    Flying Saucers

  94. Sam Cornford says:

    Dib Dabs.

  95. Emma Nixon says:

    Floral gums were my favourite

  96. kimberley ryan says:

    Cherry lips or bon bons, I loved them equally 🙂

  97. Krzysia says:

    I used to love all the different flavoured bon bons; toffee, lemon and strawberry.

  98. Amy Denney says:

    Fruit salad was my favourite when I was younger

  99. Michelle Ferguson says:

    I liked anything by Haribo and still do

  100. Johanne Currie says:

    Space ships

  101. Tracey Mitchell says:

    Black Jacks or fruit salad.

  102. Becky Yeomans says:

    Black Jacks!

  103. Jules page says:

    Flying saucers.

  104. My favourite was Sherbet pips 🙂

  105. hannah igoe says:

    Parma violets

  106. jules eley says:

    i loved black jacks..

  107. Hannah K says:

    Fizzers! Loved them <3

  108. Elaine Savage says:

    I loved lemon bonbons

  109. Debi Newman says:

    Cola cubes x

  110. Debbie Finnerty says:

    my faves were either cola cubes or giant cola bottlesI remember biting the tops of and sucking it trying to get the cola to the top haha

  111. Robert Price says:

    Bulls eyes

  112. Collette SR says:

    I loved parma violets and still do!

  113. Carole Nott says:

    Loved sherbert fountains

  114. Emma Hill says:

    Rainbow drops .. I used to eat them with milk.

  115. Elizabeth Smith says:


  116. justine meyer says:

    I loved parma violets and I still do x

  117. Lindsey Jones says:

    Foam bananas

  118. Rainbow Drops were my favourites. 🙂

  119. Jenn Gillies says:

    I grew up in the US and my favourite was twizzlers, however my husband loved cola cubes.

  120. Helen Grayson says:

    Fruit Polos – used to eat them all at time from the vending machines when they were only 20p

  121. HELEN GOSSAGE says:

    Chocolate buttons, still are 🙂

  122. gemma hendry says:

    jelly sprogs were my fave sweet as a child

  123. Sam Parkes says:

    I loved dib dabs, was the sherbert I loved

  124. TRACY MANNING says:

    Drum stick lollies are my favourite!

  125. Lyndsey Cooksey says:

    Oh my ♥ Parma violets I love them! They taste like perfume but I don’t care!

  126. Kelly leigh says:

    Showing my age here…… Chewing Nuts

  127. Mark R says:

    I liked pink shrimps and cola bottles, and also Pacers.

  128. Iris Tilley says:

    I loved the Pink mice was really tasty

  129. Amanda Gregory says:

    Acid Drops were my favourites as a child.

  130. melanie stirling says:

    Well being really old, it was Spangles.

  131. Alice Colling says:


  132. Rachel Craig says:


  133. Laura Wheatley says:

    I loves the little chocolate cups that came in the different colour foil wrappers

  134. Richard R says:

    Chewy Cola bottles

  135. ashleigh allan says:

    Foam bananas!

  136. Carly Belsey says:

    I used to love cola cubes and also black jacks and also toffee crumble lol.

  137. Kim Murray says:

    Loved Flying Saucers x

  138. Emma Walton says:

    I had several including love hearts, space dust, lemon sherberts, rhubarb and custard and I still love them.

  139. Rebecca Mercer says:

    Has to be cola bottles

  140. Danielle Moore says:

    Fizzers and refreshers are my fav

  141. Marycarol says:

    Loved white mice and parma violets x

  142. Karen Von kriegsheim says:

    Fizzy cola bottles were my favourite

  143. Helen Arlow says:

    I loved wham bars x

  144. Hayley F says:

    Pineapple chunks x

  145. Emma Morgan says:

    Fruit salads where my favourite x

  146. maria blythin says:

    spangles x

  147. Corinne Peat says:

    I loved black Jacks!

  148. Linda Ford says:

    I loved pear drops even though they cut the roof of your mouth!

  149. k walsh says:

    it was all about parma violets for me

  150. I used to love fizzy cola bottles as a child. I still love them now x

  151. Ursula Hunt says:

    I loved Strawberry sherbets and mum used to buy me a 1/4 after dance class

  152. Lisa King says:

    I loved chocolate foil cups

  153. Alison Johnson says:

    Black jacks. They used to cost 1/2p & I remember me & my brother looking in a mirror to look at our black tongues!

  154. Sarah Summers says:

    ❤️ Parma violets could eat them all day long ?

  155. Andrea Upton says:

    Army and Navy Sweets

  156. Samantha O'D says:

    Pick n mix and Wham bars

  157. Lorna Ledger says:

    Palma Violets are lovely, I love all the sweets like this, so fingers crossed

  158. charlotte says:

    jazzies or the fish out of a yorkshire mixture as they remind me of my gran

  159. Katrina Adams says:

    Double dips were always my favourite, I still enjoy the occasional one now.

  160. Reana Scott says:

    i love palma violets they are lush

  161. Sarah Blackwell-Hughes says:

    Love Hearts

  162. Christina Palmer says:

    Sherbert Lemons was always my favourite

  163. Keri Brooks says:

    Loved dip dabs

  164. Christine Lockley says:

    Sherbet Fountains

  165. Ellen Stafford says:

    Cola bottles

  166. Marc H says:

    I had a slight addiction to Rhubarb and Custards as a kid.

  167. Jo Hutchings says:

    I really loved sherbet spaceships and white chocolate mice.

  168. Adele Hill says:

    Sherbet dip

  169. Stevie-Kay Oliver says:

    I loved the banana/toffee chews, I can’t remember their proper name as never seen them again in a while

  170. I loved Blackjacks and Fruit Salads – they were great penny sweets x

  171. Laura Bryant says:

    Jelly beans

  172. Iain Colquhoun says:

    It has to be Spangles. Yum, Yum.

  173. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    For me it had to be smarties loved them and still do!

  174. katherine s says:

    I had way too many favourite sweets. Loved going to the shop as a child and buying penny sweets! Cola bottles, shrimps and the lollies you would pay 5p for were my fave.

  175. charlotte wilde says:

    wham bars – i loved the bits of sherbet in them

  176. Mike Gerrie says:

    My favourites were Parma Violets and Black Jack chews

  177. Kay Sherman says:

    I loved Parma Violets probably a little bit too much

  178. Cherry Lloyd says:

    I used to love a bag of rhubarb and custards, failing that it would be pineapple cubes or cola cubes.

  179. Wendy Gordon says:

    Love all of these especially parma violets

  180. Ruth Harwood says:

    Black Jacks and Fruit Salads! xx

  181. Lucy Barlow says:

    How could anyone choose!?!
    Spearmint Chews
    Toffee Bonbons
    Nougat Bars…

    I could go… and on… and on…

  182. Ailsa says:

    A 10p bag. One of everything!

  183. Karen R says:

    I loved Strawberry Bonbons xx

  184. Geri Gregg says:

    My favourite sweet as a child were definitely cola bottles

  185. Karen Dixon says:

    Loved sherbet any flavour I would eat it with a spoon

  186. Tom Morrison says:

    If I won this the son-in-law would mug me for it lol

  187. Heather says:

    Shrimp and bananas 🙂

  188. Nicki Ramsay says:

    I loved Blackjacks (especially poking my black stained tongue out at people after eating them!) 😉

  189. Victoria Lovell says:

    Jelly beans

  190. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    Fizz Bombs

  191. Tracy Newton says:

    I loved, and still do, fruit salads

  192. Susan Hall says:


  193. Fiona Rennie says:

    I loved Kola cubes

  194. Clare Hubbard says:

    I loved drum stick lollies

  195. Alice Gilkes says:

    My favourite sweets were Refreshers.

  196. Helen Stratton says:

    I loved Sweet Peanuts as I adored the burst of salt.

  197. john prendergast says:

    lemon bon bons

  198. Inga says:

    I loved and still do, black jacks and fruit salads 🙂

  199. Sarah N says:

    White chocolate mice

  200. Jo m welsh says:

    Commented on make more family time low maintenance gardens .

  201. Sheena Batey says:

    Milk Bottles

  202. Helen Tovell says:

    Fizzy cola bottles for me

  203. Jade Hewlett says:

    My favourites were the cola bottle sweets

  204. Nancy Bradford says:

    You font see them around much anymore but I used to love these pink candies that tasted a bit like Pepto Bismal.

  205. Stacey Turner says:

    Beer bottle jelly sweets

  206. Jodie A Green says:

    double dip!

  207. craig austin says:

    Mine was and still is Parma Violets even have that flavour in my ecig

  208. Kevin000 says:

    Flying Saucers!

  209. Tracy Clark says:

    I used to love sports mixtures

  210. A S,Edinburgh says:

    My favourites were Fruit Salads and Liquorice Blackcurrants.

  211. Kirsty says:

    My favourite sweets were/are fruit pastimes!

  212. Carole E says:

    Sherbet dip

  213. kerri copeland says:

    blackmjacks and fruit cocktails

  214. Lubeelu says:

    Love dibdab and giant shrimps

  215. olivia kirby says:

    those foam bananas and mint mojos

  216. Claire Woods says:

    flying saucers

  217. Katie says:

    I loved sherbet saucers

  218. Sarah-Jane Carter says:

    my favourite sweet as a kid was the white mice xx

  219. Abby says:

    Those parma violets, even now they’re so delicious and one of my favourites 😀

  220. Claire Nutman says:

    Lemon bon bons from the large container and the man would weigh them out….

  221. Ella Langford says:

    Without a doubt cola cubes

  222. Adrienne McGroder says:

    Loved Opal Fruits, (now Starburst)

  223. Katie J Blackmore says:

    Rhubarb and custard

  224. KEV C says:

    I liked drumsticks 🙂

  225. RICHARD HILL says:


  226. Margaret GALLAGHER says:

    Spangles whoops im showing my age

  227. Chloe Taylor says:

    Barratt’s milk bottles (with the flour on!)

  228. Angela treadway says:

    i used to love eating a pack of millions on my school break x

  229. Laura Turner says:

    I loved palma violets and still do. Two in each cheek.

  230. Kasper says:

    Cadbury Roses!

  231. Vivien Baird says:

    I loved lemon sherbet crystals with a 1d hardduce licorice

  232. Aysha Begum says:

    Campino strawberry and yogurt round sweets, i used to love them!!

  233. Sandra Fortune says:

    Pineapple chunks and pear drops

  234. andrea tinkler says:

    Parma violets are gorgeous. I loved them as a child and still love them now

  235. Danielle Pooley says:

    My favourite sweet was Cola bottles

  236. Jessica Nightingale says:

    I loved, (and still love), Sherbet Lemons.

  237. pete c says:

    my favourite was banana flavoured toffee chews – delicious!

  238. Louise Reeks says:

    Flumps or shrimps, dont taste the same now 🙁

  239. Kelly Knowles says:

    I loved rhubarb and custards sweets, mainly because they reminded me of my nan

  240. nicola dean says:

    Parma Violets were my favourite!

  241. glenn hutton says:

    Sweet peanuts… They sort of make them today but not correctly as the originals had crushed peanuts in both ends whereas today’s ones are just solid! ;(

  242. Rachel Arnup says:

    Parma Violets, they’re still my fave too!

  243. Amy Bondoc says:

    Parma Violets were my favourite sweet as a child and they still are now, they are sooo addictive!

  244. Hayley Lynch says:

    Parma Violets But also loved floral gums

  245. Nicola Marshall says:

    Cola bottles and I still love them now.

  246. kelly wheelhouse says:

    Parma Violets were my absolute favourite! and Frosties!! they were cola flavoured sweets

  247. Tony Metcalfe says:

    Sherbert lemons, fruit salad or midget gems. Couldn’t choose between them then either!

  248. Jackie Howell says:

    foam bananas

  249. Toffos and highland toffee bars! Thanks for a lovely giveaway x

  250. Kathleen marsden says:

    Flying saucers were the best and bubble gum the round pink one

  251. Annabel Greaves says:

    I love sherbet dip

  252. Amanda Hart says:

    strawberry bonbons, I used to have them when I went to the cinema

  253. Kate Loader says:

    Chewing Nuts!

  254. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Acid Drops

  255. Susan B says:

    I was raised in the Antipodes so my favourite sweet was chocolate fish.

  256. Keri Jones says:

    My favourite childhood sweets were flying saucers 🙂 xx

  257. Lindsey Stuart says:

    I used to love Irn bru bars when I was little

  258. Katie B says:

    Dib dabs, loved sherbert!

  259. LISA EVERAERT says:

    I absolutely loved Rainbow Drops and peanut brittle as a child.

  260. Alice Dixon says:

    I loved Parma violets as a child, actually I still do!

  261. Rich Tyler says:

    Love Hearts!

  262. Stacy L says:

    I loved Drumstick lollies!

  263. julie f says:

    Palma Violets

  264. Jo Carroll says:

    Rhubarb and Custards…but I did love a sherbet dip 😉

  265. Pauline Hill says:


  266. Laura Banks says:

    blackjacks and i still eat them now

  267. Claire F says:

    Cola Cubes x

  268. Joanne Beale says:

    Foam bananas

  269. Karen Barrett says:

    Black jacks

  270. Amandeep Sibia says:

    I loved a Refresher bar…still do 🙂

  271. Lorraine Stone says:

    Sherbet pips. You used to get loads for your pocket money 🙂

  272. Bex says:

    I love that there are so many vegetarian sweets now ?

  273. Jo McPherson says:

    I loved pineapple cubes, sweet peanuts, cola cubes etc

  274. Andrew Petrie says:

    It was along toffee thing with chocolate down the middle . I can’t remember what is was called.

  275. Tess D says:

    cough candy twists were my favourite sweet when I was a child

  276. clair downham says:

    cola bottles

  277. Jade Jones says:

    floral gums and parma violets

  278. Helen Porter says:

    rainbows I loved them my mum used to get them from the shop on a Saturday for me

  279. iain maciver says:

    cola bottles

  280. Victoria Prince says:

    My favourite were the jelly blackberries and raspberries – they were jelly sweets covered in little sugar ball “pips”. I haven’t seen them for years

    This post brought back so many memories 🙂 I used to love going to our local newsagents (often with 10 or 20p!) and choosing from their penny sweets.

  281. Angie McDonald says:

    TOFFOS! I was gutted when they stopped making them!

  282. Sally Morrison says:

    I love all the retro sweets! Mine has to be refreshers though, just love them! Well any of the chewy kind really.
    These make great presents too!

  283. Cez says:

    I used to absolutely love caramac!

  284. Laura Pyper says:

    Rhubarb and custard sweets

  285. Lesley Bradley says:

    Showing my age now, mine was Toffos

  286. Lynn Neal says:

    I liked fruit salads

  287. Natalie Crossan says:

    I really loved pear drops because my grandma always gave them to me

  288. Jo m welsh says:

    I liked refreshers and the parma violets sweets .

  289. Lisa Rowsell says:

    It was a toss up between rainbow drops, and love hearts.

  290. Kim Neville says:

    I liked toffee treats which they don’t do any more

  291. Solange says:

    I loved fizzy cola bottles.

  292. Tracy Nixon says:

    I loved lemon and strawberry bon bons!

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