Tag Archives: limited edition
Caramel apple seems to be the trending limited edition candy flavor this season with a number of brands offering their version of the classic mix. One example that’s new this year is from Nestle’s Wonka brand – so make the … Continue reading
For today’s contemporary entry in our confectionery Countdown to Halloween, I’m excited to present a piece I picked up last year, and one I had to go to some lengths to acquire. You see, this wasn’t something I was able … Continue reading
Happy Easter everyone! Today I am going to cover a range of the always-classic Easter treat of marshmallow Peeps. For anyone curious about the history of the brand I would like to recommend my write-up from last year which covered … Continue reading
Easter Week 2014: The Return of Mike and Ike Easter Treats! Plus: A Little History and a Lotta Jellybeans!
Back in the early 2000’s Just Born released a special Easter edition of their Mike and Ike candies called Mike and Ike Easter Treats. I wrote about that release here last year and always thought it was a pretty cool … Continue reading
I’ve often talked about how I love oddball or specialty flavor spin-offs of classic brands. From fruit-flavored Milk Duds to cinnamon hot Dots, there’s something I find particularly compelling about these releases, and I’m always pleased when new ones come … Continue reading
Every Halloween season brings new holiday-themed contemporary offerings to the candy shelves. One such offering I discovered this year was a limited edition Halloween box for Warheads Sour Chewy Cubes!
It’s Super Bowl XLVII (Superbowl 47) today, the NFL’s championship game between the San Francisco 49’ers and the Baltimore Ravens. To mark that occasion I wanted to share a few NFL and Super Bowl related Snickers candy wrappers I’ve got … Continue reading
As a candy collector, I’m routinely surprised by the things I find that I never knew existed. Typically this involves items that were made twenty and thirty years ago, sometimes even further back. But occasionally something comes to me that … Continue reading