These are lethal. There's a thin line between pleasure and pain and we're not sure which side of that line these mega sour sweets fall. Coming in raspberry and bubblegum flavours, there's been a variety of reactions to these fellas at HC HQ from 'Get it out now!' to 'Mind-blowing'. Only c..
These are lethal. There's a thin line between pleasure and pain and we're not sure which side of that line these mega sour sweets fall. Only chance one of these if you know you like super sour stuff. These truly are the most sour sweet we've ever come across - the blurb on the jar says, "Watch out! ..
One of many fresh, fruity delights from renowned UK confectioner, Barnetts. Barnett's has been making classic British sweets for decades, using traditional methods, but never stuck in their ways, they're always inventing with new flavour combinations and varieties of sweet, keepi..
A further additional to our mega sour range, along with cherry and bubblegum, here's raspberry flavour. Don't be fooled by these innocent looking blue balls. They tread that thin line between pleasure and pain! Such is their toe-curling sourness, your mouth will be dried of all moisture within&..
Peanut Brittle made the old fashioned way. This is the best brittle we've tried by a long shot. There are many imitators out there that are stingy on nuts or lacking in rich caramel flavour. This all-natural stuff though is superb, packed full of roasted nuts and very, very brittle! It comes in..
This unusual flavour is historically very popular in America, where the root of the Sarsaparilla tree was used to flavour soft drinks, such as Sarsaparilla and also Root Beer. For those who've never tried Sarsaparilla it's a tough one to describe, hints of sweet cinnamon, spices and Aniseed. A ..
These big round boilings are made by famous traditional sweet maker Barnetts - who have been hand making traditional boiled sweets for over 120 years in Nottingham. These Watermelon sweets are perfect example of what they do so well, new exciting flavours made in the traditional way - packed with th..
The result of a happy accident, legend has it that a junior member of a Yorkshire sweet makers slipped whilst carrying stock down some stairs, resulting in a mish mash of different varieties jumbled together. In a bid to avoid getting into trouble, he passed his clumsiness off as product ..