Fruit Jellies are an old fashioned jelly sweet which are sugar coated for that extra fizz and each one has a different but delicious fruity taste! They are great to suck on or to chew and will bring back so many memories from the good old fashioned days when you used to have to ask for a quarter of, but now your can get 200g of these delicious Fruit Jellies! If you dont remember these, why not order some just to give them a try, or as a gift for a friend or loved one who has a sweet tooth! Sweet Heaven offer FREE delivery on all orders and have so many traditional and retro sweets to choose from. www.sweetheaven-online.co.uk
What better way to order your retro sweets than to receive free delivery into the bargain! Do you remember buying good old fashioned British sweets from your local corner sweet shop on your way to school? How times have changed for our childrens generation who can now buy online! We are probably the last generation to truly remember this precious little shop with hundreds of different smells wafting through shop hit you as soon as you walked through the door. Those little paper bags that we filled up with penny sweets and which we had eaten on the way home before we even got there. But then there was the other little paper bag of sweets where you had brought a quarter of your favourite sweets from the glass jars which would then see you through the weekend, maybe doing some swaps with your friends litte paper bags of sweets long the way, if you were lucky the shopkeeper would let you have 2 ounces of say kali in one bag (you always got a lot of that one as it was so light) and say 2 ounces of midget gems and as a bonus they would give you the broken bits of sweets at the bottom of the jar if it was nearing the end, what a sweet life!
Please can I have a quarter of wine gums, actually make that a quarter of liquorice allsorts – I bet you are already reminicsing over the little sweet shop on the corner that you used to visit when you were little, counting out your money to maximise how many sweets you could buy. Mine would always be a quarter of my favourite sweets the choice of which would depend on my taste buds on that day do I go down the chocolate route, the tangy sour way or possible sticky toffee, once I had made my main decision I would then with the remaining few pennies peruse the penny sweets white chocolate mice, flying saucers and refreshers were always favourite, sometimes the pennies wold stretch to a sherbert fountain or dip dab if I was flush! That would keep me busy for the walk home, then once home I would say to myself that I would just eat half of those sweets in my paper bag, as you can guess though I never did!