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Ye Olde Sweet Shop
Confectionery, Chocolates & Candy
"A sweet trip down memory lane. Old and well loved mouth-watering English sweets."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The bell goes Ding-Dong as you enter the small shop. You observe long wooden tables and shelves. What kind of sweet containers would you most likely see on the shelves?
In the good old days you could get one sweet for a farthing. How many sweets could you buy with one penny?
The first item on your shopping list is a large hard sweet consisting of different coloured concentric layers that are revealed as it is sucked. What are you going to buy?
The next item on your list is a crisp nut-flavoured boiled sweet shaped like a nut with a toffee and nut taste. What kind of nut?
Next, chunks of cola flavoured boiled sweet that have been covered in an outer sugary layer and they last ages if you suck them. In what shape do these sweets come?
Now we come to one of the favourite sweets ever. They consist of yellow tubes filled with white zingy sherbet. They used to be in a cardboard tube and have the liquorice stick poking out. What is the name of this sweet?
A hard lemon boiled sweet shell with a fizzy, zingy sherbet centre, sherbet lemons were another old time favourite. So much so that a book title was named after it! Who is the author of the book 'Sucking Sherbet Lemons'?
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Back to the shopping list: The next item is a unique combination of a chew and a lolly on a stick - raspberry & milk flavour. What is this sweet called?
The next item are delicious sugar rodent-shaped with tails made of string. What type of rodents?
Last on the list is something for the sweet heart. It has the same name as a piece of jewelry. What is it?
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Compiled Jun 28 12