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Posted by: MDF3530 09-Jan-2017, 11:39 PM
Hello all!

I haven't posted here in a long time!

I have recently found two types of foreign candy I love. I like the British candy Maltesers (think Whoppers with better chocolate) and the Swiss chocolate bar Milka, which reminds me of Hershey's before they cut the amount of milkfat they used.

What are yours?

Posted by: haynes9 11-Jan-2017, 12:19 AM
Great topic, Mike, and great to see you around!

As far as candy in the States, I like Hershey's Special Dark Chocolate. Really tasty!

Truth is though, I have had the privilege of being in Ireland and China and the chocolate there beats anything I have ever had stateside!

In Beijing, I've had their version of Dove. Oh, my!!! Just incredible! Especially the dark chocolate!

Some other good candy I enjoy around here is Almond Joy, Mounds. M & M's, and Reese's!

Posted by: Squire 26-Jan-2017, 07:18 AM
Good morning well for candy I have to go with sour patch kids and for chocolate dove with caramel or anything Ghirardelli!!!Yum

Posted by: ogdenmusic 11-Mar-2017, 01:41 PM
Any flavor of licorice and carmello bars

Posted by: Derek3646 03-May-2017, 08:36 AM
Them thin mints like the kind you get at the register at restaurants. I love the strong mint flavors. Or any candy or cookie with mint in it.

Posted by: EmilyEire 09-May-2017, 05:18 AM
Definitely the Cadbury Flake bar!

Posted by: RJBUBBAMACK 03-Sep-2017, 10:22 PM
I recently tried stroopwafels on a flight to Florida. I have had them many times since and they are great. It seems that they are becoming more popular as I see them more and more often in various stores. There are a couple other candies that I like and although Stroopwafels might not be candy they taste like it (just better).

Posted by: BlasterSponge 16-Sep-2017, 10:56 PM
Peanut M&M's have never done me wrong. They have close to a chocolate peanut butter type taste that is not too rich, very filling, and not messy. You can even have fun and throw them up in the air and catch them in your mouth, or throw them into someone else's mouth across the room. Use them to improve dishes, snacks, and trail mix recipes.

Posted by: ryansgirl 04-Nov-2017, 10:02 PM
I love m&m's both plain and peanut also like 3 musketeers although I don' see as much as I used to.

Posted by: togo 05-Nov-2017, 05:48 AM
Ahh ... one of my big guilty pleasures.....
I've held off replying to this post (guilt) but for some reason I feel compelled to confess... I mean..... reply today.

In the past I couldn't wait for the dime from my grandmother to get candy after going to church and then on to the the Drugstore every Sunday. Ahhh SUGAR! (they had great original vanilla cokes there too by the way that I would go with my pals for as I got older)

All time favorite: the Giant Pixy Sticks that were about 2 feet long! I would fill my mouth to the so much that when I tried to talk a puff of smoke/powder would leave my mouth. And then you would laugh and look out!

Razzles, Sweet Tarts, Sprees, Necco Waffers were great and the candy cigarettes were always fun and tasty.
Candy bars: $100,000 Bar, Snickers, Sky Bar - 4 different fillings!
Worst: Wax Lips. Would get them for to 10 seconds of fun, but it tasted like.... yup WAX!

Surprised I'm still alive. Changed my ways..... for the most part......

To this day there is an Apple Orchard we go to on occasion that has a great "Penny Candy" section.
Yup we fill a bag. Been seen leaving with a candy cig hanging out of the side of my mouth.

And to this day I can't resist a Recess Peanut Butter cup. Always buy enough at Halloween to make sure there is extra. Mmmmm....good!

Anyone need any apples???

Posted by: johnnyk 05-Nov-2017, 07:35 AM
or Caramels

simply pleasure

Posted by: CopperbAron 08-Dec-2017, 08:08 PM
Toblerone! Just wish it wasn't so hard to eat...

Posted by: Theophilus 09-Apr-2018, 03:23 PM
Jelly Babies!!! I'm not much for candies usually, but these little buggers don't last long when I get a packet.

Posted by: Robert Phoenix 14-May-2018, 04:14 PM
Guinness chocolate bars. Nummy!

Posted by: Peter46088 27-Dec-2018, 01:26 AM
Here in southwest US I tend to have laffy taffy. super sweet, 140 calories, and fills me up.

but when I am in UK, MARS BARS!!


(not deep fried tho)

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