Crunchie

This really delicious candy bar has been around for many years and it is sold around the world. This is a Cadbury product today and it is one of the few crunchy toffee-flavored candy bars in existence. This is not a common flavoring or texture profile in candy bars these days, so Crunchie stands out … Read more

Peanut Chews

This is a classic style of candy bar that is made to allow you to really enjoy the peanuts and the chewy textures that make it unique. This candy from the 1920s will remind you of a snickers bar, but it is denser and has less filling along with the peanuts inside the outer layer … Read more

Chuckles Candy

If you like jelly-style candies, you might already be familiar with Chuckles candy. These fruity little gummies have been around for a while and they were the original fruity, gummy candy that was sold to kids and adults alike. Jelly candies have been popular for a long time, but Chuckles candy were unique because they … Read more

Charleston Chew

Charleston Chew is a chocolate bar with a nougat center that has been around for many years. This is one of the classic candy bars that many generations of people are familiar with. It has always had a loyal following despite its unique flavor profile and texture. Charleston Chews are unique in part because they … Read more

1920s Candy: History & Fun Facts

Eating candy may not seem unusual or luxurious nowadays, but things with different with candy from the 1920s, if we hop back in history, we’ll find out that it has not always been as reachable as it is today. One might think that candy bar history is fundamentally connected to America, but it has origins … Read more

Oh Henry!

Candy bars are some of the most popular and well-known kinds of candy that people have experienced in their lifetime. Candy bars often make a big impression and even basic candy bars are still preferred by many people over some of the more unique candies that are on the market. The Oh Henry bar is … Read more

Denver Sandwich Candy Bar

The Denver Sandwich candy bar was short-lived and made on the model of the candy bars as a meal model that was popular during the time that Snickers first came on the market. Candy bars in the place of a meal were an offshoot of the Great Depression-era when food sources were scarce and people … Read more

Milk Duds

If you like chocolate and caramel, then this happy mistake that became a Milk Dud is absolutely for you. While the original intention of the candy was not the end result, what we got is something delightfully chewy that has always been a big hit in the candy market.  Milk Duds History This is a … Read more

Andes Mints

The perfect blend of chocolate and mint, you really can’t go wrong with an Andes mint. Have you ever tried these? They’ve been around for a lot of years and the flavors of the layers of mint and chocolate meld together to make the perfect combination.  Andes Mints History Andes Mints have a long history … Read more

Butterfinger

This is one of the most distinctive and popular candies on the market and almost everyone knows what this little treat tastes like. There are not many confectionary items that can match a Butterfinger bar when it comes to taste and crunchiness all rolled into one. This has long been a favorite candy bar of … Read more