Sweets of the 80′s really were iconic and will go down in history as one of the most innovative decades that will be remembered for many years to come and now those sweets are now known as retro sweets which are enjoyed by many different generations young and old alike from school children who are now eating sweets of the 80′s such as cadburys fredo’s which are a little frog shaped chocolate bars, curly wurlys which are a long thin soft caramel chewy bar with holes in the middle covered in milk chocolate and came out in the 80′s and were very popular and are now even more popular in the same way today nearly 30 years later, also there were wham bars, a firm favourite amongst sweet lovers and wispa chocolate bars. Another firm favourite was a fudge bar made by cadburys and the slogan was “a finger of fudge is just enough to give your kids a treat, its full of family goodness and just enough to eat” or something along those lines.. Do you remember funny feet ice creams although these are not sweets they were always in the local corner shop where we would buy our old fashioned sweets and was always a big memory of mine which was strawberry flavoured ice creams in the shape of feet, simply delicious. If you were not a child of the 80′s then I am sure you will have your own stories to tell, but for me relating of my childhood to fond memories and sweets of the 80′s then you can try to imagine some of the fun that I used to have and how simple life was and how little it used to cost.
Do you remember those retro sweets of the 80′s, the ones that you used to eat on your way to school, the ones that you used to sneak into the shop and spend a little bit of your dinner money on and you would get a big white paper bag full of your favourite penny sweets. Sweets of the 80′s bring back so many memories for you it is great to relive those memories by visiting an old fashioned sweet shop purchasing all of those old favourites that you would remember such as caramac chocolate bars which were a long thin sort of toffee tasting chocolate bar with a difference. You would either love them or hate them. Or for the more run of the mill chocolate bars wispas were introduced which were made by Cadburys which were full of light bubbles which just melted in your mouth. Or you would get little packets of fizzers which were tiny little sherbert sweets. Which was a little packet which seemed very big in those days, or drumstick lollies which you could chew and which would last until you got to school. If you would like to treat someone to some sweets of the 80′s visit Sweet Heaven’s online sweet shop and relive some of those memories and you will receive free UK delivery.