Old Time Candy. There will be two more featured reviews to follow but today we're going to focus on 10 more candy bars from the collection that I hope some of you, Sisters and Brothers, will have a few comments about. Our first foray into this four part review talked about the purpose of this shop but today I want to let you know about the packaging of the candy. This was minimally packed with the box itself wrapped in plastic but then the candy bars took up all the space in the box. The shipping box had Earth Aware air pillows holding the box and cushioning it; these are made rom "at least 95% Pre-consumer recycled material" that you can see in this photo.
song. The 135 year old Chase Candy Company continues to operate as an independent business supplying treats that - while only regionally famous - are now available world wide. Definitely worth a taste if you haven't heard of them before (not being from the central midwest, I had not).
Old Time Candy I randomly selected 10 bars but this time I picked four more that continued some of the trends above -- two individually bagged treats, a treat I'd never heard of before, and an old favorite of mine.
Another 10 chocolate treats available from Old Time Candy. When was the last time you had any of these, Sisters and Brothers? Remember use the link below or along the right hand side to check out their selection and you'll also be helping out The Chocolate Cult so we can continue to bring you essays, reports, and reviews.