Bulk Sweet Allsorts #44020 Weight: 4 x 6.6 LBS
6.3 Ounce Bag-Coming Soon!
This pretty mix has been a British icon since the 1920’s. Some say it started with the Raj of India. (It’s good to be Raj) A pleasing jumble of striped squares, little rolls and sugar coated jellies.
NEW Pink Cadillacs #51606
Gerrit’s Gummy Pink Cadillacs will take you on a sweet ride down the Boulevard of Dreams. Melon flavored tail finned cars will take your taste buds back to a time when you didn’t need a place to go, your baby beside you at the wheel and the radio on.
Sugared Bears 5.2 OZ Bag #51605
NEW! Gustaf’s sweet and soft licorice bears dusted in cane sugar are now
prepackaged in a perfect size for impulse buys or snacking.
NEW Gustaf’s Licorice Ice® #31973
Gustaf’s Licorice Ice–originally called schoolkrijt–was invented back in the sixties by a small candy factory in Amsterdam. Enjoy the refreshing peppermint as it melts into mild licorice on through to the soft sweet center of each piece. So refined is our recipe, you will be pleasantly surprised by the delicate bite and unique flavor balance in every bit of Gustaf’s Licorice Ice.
Take one bite of crisp chocolate on through to the refreshing soft mint center and be transported–to the café that made your perfect coffee at the end of the perfect day. Relive your summer in Europe with Délectais Mint Chocolate Thins. Délectais are meticulously made in Germany by our bakery that has been open since 1804. We’ve mastered gingerbread and now cocoa and mint! If you are as serious about chocolate as we are, be sure to watch for more delights produced by our German friends at www.fresch.com
NEW for 2012 Gumbilees #51200
We would like to introduce you to a long time British institution and favorite, Gumbilees Wine Gums. Before you try these be forewarned: although no wine is actually used in our recipe Gumbilees are indeed addictive! Lingering subtle fruit flavors will turn you into a Master Sommelier of Gumbilees. Can you believe these were a temperance minister’s creation to switch folks from alcohol to sweets? Now if you find yourself eating an entire bag at one sitting or hiding them from your children, remember we did try to warn you.
Tid Bitz are made in Holland by our original factory that has been in operation since 1876. How did Tid Bitz come to be? Thankfully, our chef made a batch of traditional licorice that was not quite right. Rather than toss it, he tasted it! Soft, chewy Tid Bitz were born.