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Barnett’s Chocolate Limes
Store in a cool dry place
Barratt’s Milk Gums, The original milk bottle
Rocks don’t have fruit in them.
Derived from the Tussilago farfara plant. The more you know eh?
The prickly flower duo.
Arch rivals of the Liverpool mints.
These aren’t lemon either!
Easily beaten by paper in a Janken match
Don’t put these into your turnover!
You can’t blow bubbles with this sadly.
I can tie the stem with my tongue!
I prefer my cola fizzy rather than sour.
It isn’t just citrus fruits that have a kick!
Considerably worse than sucking on lemons!
An evil person mixed these into my Tom Thumb Drops
Weird pronunciation of plum if you ask me.
A novelty hard- boiled fruit sweet with a twist! This raspberry – flavoured sweet has been given an exciting sour kick on the outside and a burst of tangy sherbet in the sherbet.
Violets that a viciously sour!
Aren’t watermelons meant to be sweet and juicy?
The original taste originating out from the Smilax ornata plant.
A secret stash of sea side sauciness for your personal consumption!
A novelty sweet, which is round and hard, in a dark-red crunchy shells. These classic sweets pair nicely with a wide range of aniseed and liquorice products.