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    i am soooooo happy the local shop is selling bonfire lollies , the old fashioned ones in the tinfoil i absolutley loooooove em
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    Well I've never heard of them! Are they tart, or sweet? Or hot?






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 173760
    Well I've never heard of them! Are they tart, or sweet? Or hot?

    they kinda taste like burnt treacle and yes i know that sounds yukky but they are the most delicious thing ever
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    Burnt treacle? Ummm... I think I know what that is.

    Rather like the sugar that has been hit with an open flame on top of a creme brulee? That's about all I can picture!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 173986
    Burnt treacle? Ummm... I think I know what that is.

    Rather like the sugar that has been hit with an open flame on top of a creme brulee? That's about all I can picture!

    yes that very much what they taste like they are delicious, you will have to come over and get some to try (thats if i havent bought them all by then)
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    Dood luck Dumbo I've been trying to get her over for years

    I have never heard of or seen one of these must go huntin' for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 174058
    Dood luck Dumbo I've been trying to get her over for years

    I have never heard of or seen one of these must go huntin' for them


    they are delicious surely i cant be the only person on here who has had some, your all missing a right treat. i now have around 100 lollies ready for our party on bonfire nite (but im still not sure if im gonna share them)
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    Oh, I would love to come to England, and it doesn't take lollies to tempt me! :D Money now, that's another matter, eh? :D

    I'll have a look for those candies in the British section of the food store...






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    Aren't they a Lancashire thing? I don't fink us Southern softies have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayola DeVille, post: 174113
    Aren't they a Lancashire thing? I don't fink us Southern softies have them.



    most def a northern sweetie like you so southern softies couldnt handle them i have just sat n polished 2 off they are too delicious
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