43 Things Australian Kids Of The ‘90s Know To Be True Nov 14, 2018 9:44am. I always bought one at the Saturday matinee. They’re just a few that I can remember, I’m sure there was a lot more. AU $30.00. Now they are Tim Tams. Click here for order-by dates. I remember when you could buy 50c worth of lollies n 2c would get you 3 lollies so 50 cents worth was a lot of lollies back then. Also I remember a Crispin bar and a Tosca bar, all really, yummy. Aug 28, 2017 - Image result for Australian lollies from the 70's and 80s Sooooooo much better and not as ‘sickly’ sweet as a Bounty. You will be amazed at the amount of happiness you can give your clients, staff, or club team mates when you give away our Mini Bags!. It’s hard enough to try to describe the taste and unique texture without everyone screwing up their faces and looking at me like I’ve come from another planet. Sort of an aniseedish irish moss favour, but milder in some ways. There was gob-stoppers and conversation lollies, all-day suckers and fruit tingles. Smyths Confectionary used to make something called a Toffee Crunch, looked like little pillows, came in bags in the lolly section of the supermarket and when I was a little girl you could go into Coles and buy them lose by weight. Allens had Tootie Frooty and Steam Rollers in those little cylinder packs and they also made packets of Coconut Quivers. Choo Choo Bars. Penny blocks in pink and pale blue. Ironic that WEA offers a course in Belgian Truffle Making. Fantales were a favourite of mine: blue box with a fan on it. With hard lollies you can draw out all their yumminess and flavour longer than other types of candy. Hard lollies are made to savour. It's far, far superior. Please consider making a donation to our site. Sharon,what were the bars of chocolate that had the noughts and crosses inside them please? As a country, we’ve contributed numerous lollies to the world’s supply; some good (Fantales, Dairy Milk Snack, Caramello Koalas), some bad (Frogs), and some just bizarre (Witchetty Grubs). There has been a really crappy list of the best Australian lollies and choc floating around the internet. Regular price $6.97 $6.97. 1. Or Red Skins, Chicos, Snakes Alive. I can’t remember if it was milk chocolate and white chocolate on a base layer of dark chocolate, or white chocolate & dark chocolate on a base layer of milk chocolate? Australian Confectionery Products from Allens and Natural Confectionery Company Sort by. I belonged to site of around 3000 teenagers that grew up in my town back in the 70’s and 80’s. Browse & shop our range of lollies at The Lolli Shop and get them delivered to you! I loved nigger blocks. I don’t understand companies disposing of life long favourites and then someone starts importing garbage like Oreos. Similar to a Mars bar but nicer . I am having trouble remembering it or describing it precisely but it was the caramel in it that I really liked. Hi you all, I have read all your comments but does any one know what happened to Tandy’s. I worked there from 1951 to 1956.Has any one any photos of the old theatres. Candy, lollies, sweets – whatever you call them, they’ve become a ubiquitous part of the Australian experience. The Land Down Under is full of some surprisingly good candies, from chocolate and chews to some snacks that might be a little weird to non-Aussies ... musk sticks, anyone? The regular monthly arrival of the “Allens” truck was always my favourite day. Candy, lollies, sweets – whatever you call them, they’ve become a ubiquitous part of the Australian experience. There was Wrigleys Juicy Fruit and PK chewing gum in little packs of four pellets and from memory they were tuppence each. They obviously have a poor memory. You can recite McDonald’s Big Mac song: Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun. coating reminded me of Cadbury chocolate. Some people have described the flavour as caramel and they may have had some in them but I recall that they had a very malty flavour. 1930s ?. Wherever possible, MyLollies strives to use Australian-made products. Someone suggested that a Mars Bar is a close equivalent. I remember the traffic lights but started to think I was imagining them as looked for years but never found them. Why not get one of each and while you’re at it get some Darrel Lea Liquorice Bullets. And Fantales. Have a look and see. Add to Cart Compare Quick view. Candy stick sized packet with aniseed balls and a small toy in the top flap. And whilst scouring the internet for images to illustrate our words I immediately found this gem: Some words have changed their meaning since the 1960s. Tony, it sounds like you’re describing Necco’s. I don’t know the name of this lolly, but it was in the shape of a rectangle with curved edges , has some kind of see throigh jelly, tasted like aniseed, & was covered with purple hundrefs & thousands. Order online now. Why do they stop making our most loved sweets. We stock confectionery from popular brands like Allen and Nestle, as well as other high quality products made in Australia. They come in a breakable slab. The era of the returnable bottle was coming to an end and small brands started to disappear. Haribo Ring Sweets (aka Friendship Rings) - … Ending Tuesday at 13:42 AEDST 15h 25m. stickjaw toffees, toffee in patty pans, Russian toffee and coconut ice. As a country, we’ve contributed numerous lollies to the world’s supply; some good (Fantales, Dairy Milk Snack, Caramello Koalas), some bad … I am so glad I … PLEASE VIEW ALL DETAILED PHOTOS. But Ohhh do I miss my tex bars. You know you’re a child of the ’70s if … 1. His best records proved that rock and roll could work in an Australian context. . We have a diverse range of lollies from Australia. Lesson learned over a long time indeed but by crikey I could list hundreds of favourites, consumed in copious amounts. I have been trying to see if you can get them from anywhere, Yes l sure do and back in the 70s they were very popular. Marshamallow bars (wafers top and bottom, coconut on the sides) are still sold in Tasmania. An old advert from the 1960s offered a behind-the-scenes peek at the glittering world of show business. Your extensive TV consumption meant … Australia has a lot more to offer than Bloomin' Onions and Vegemite. There is nothing today that comes anywhere near them. In the late 50’s we were given scorched peanut bars. You known those where the good old days when people talk, more and fun times come from warm laughter not heaps of technology. They were aromatic as you would expect a cough lolly to be, and would sooth a trickly throat, but it also had flavour notes that were more like sarparilla or cola. Omg I loved that chocolate bar It was a simpler time before the year 2000. by Jenna Guillaume. The goal was leaving a neat coloured square after sucking them through my hanky. AU $6.00 postage. Regular price $7.97 $7.97. They were chocolate covered toffees (which removed to odd filling, I remember) and they were individually wrapped. I was born in 1945 and I remember Tex bars very well. But I could get a brown bag full for sixpence. The change was wrought by self-service chains, supermarkets, drive-in shopping centres and vending machines, with a little help from new technologies and marketing. UK Confectionery; UK Groceries; UK Sweets; UK Chocolates; Special Dietary Lollies. So many memories. I have been looking for information about a choc/marshamallow bar on the net to assist my search for its TV commercial which my brother and his school class were in. The Choc coated Marshmallow bar was called “GIGGLE” Its centre was white marshmallow with either a Nought or Cross running right through it. Australia Day; Gifts and Souvenirs; Health and Beauty ; Other Products; Bulk Value; Specials; Brands; FAQ. For many of us, the lollies from our childhoods are symbols of happy times so today we take a look at some of our favourite sweets, long since gone from supermarket aisles. Australian Lollies. It was sort of like a caramel nougat jelly with no wobble. Those Were the Days: Australia in the Sixties by Ron and Elizabeth Morrison, Exisle Publishing, $39.99. Anyway, We can also create a customised print on the bag with orders from as little as 500 bags. Allen's Party Mix 1kg Allen's Party Mix 1kg. BuzzFeed Staff, Australia. See more ideas about lollies, childhood memories, my childhood memories. Australian Lollies Online Although we specialise in imported confectionery, we cannot pass up providing our customers with great Australian Lollies. The Australian soft drink industry underwent a radical transformation in the 1950s and ’60s. Customised lollies make the sweetest gift! Regular price $8.97 $8.97. I was also born in 1960.. Hello Michael can you remember a sweet with the same texture and size as a Choo Choo bar but was a caramel colour had planets and maybe space ships on the wrapper, I thought it was a Mars Bar, unlike the Mars Bar that we have today. I imagine like me, that you both ate them as lollies rather than as a cough lolly. It was the new awful tasting Nestles ones, so it wasn’t hard not to eat them. Purchase today and pay later with Afterpay! Do you remember the checkmate chocolate block, a mixture of milk, white & dark chocolate squares in one clever block. They were available in Australia late 60’s / early 70’s. There was no wafer or crunch from memory, but I sort of half remember there being two layers a lighter and darker inside the chocolate coating, but that memory is hazy and I am not sure… but I know I loved the feeling in my mouth as well as the taste. Australian Lollies & Confectionery. I’m sitting here remembering some of the lollies we used to have as kids back in the 50s to the 70s. No one seems to remember Tongue Tongue Balls. It’s very hard to describe, but oh we’re they good. Thanks for the post I was flooded with great memories. How about some Allens Minties? Take our quiz to see how many of these candies you can name. Cheers! They'll make you smile as you remember the times when a few cents got you a whole bag of mixed lollies from the school tuckshop. I used to get a bag for 20c and the white bag would be full to the top .. wish we could still get them ? You had to sit through Bailey's Barometer (drips and drops across rooftops) on Channel Ten before The Simpsons started. Oh and Kooka Bars .. always loved those! LLC’s were a type of medicated cough lolly that came in a roll. It is good to see that others remember them too. I do. I was beginning to think I imagined them. loved the fags with chocolate wrapped in thin paper; The other fags mentioned on this page were good as well,but I really loved the chocolate ones. So long ago I hope I’m remembering correctly…. It’s a compressed bar of coconut covered in chocolate, about the same size as a Peppermint Crisp. I have fond memories of the mashmallow bar, a slap of coloured mashmallow with wafer biscuits top and bottom and the sides of the mashmallow diped into coconut….mmm This is important. I used to lo... Haribo Friendship Rings. Let’s say you’re in the UK, or maybe New York, or possibly in Paris. What do you miss? Someone bring them back !!!! When I mentioned Tex bar , no-one knew what I was referring to. Local pickup. As I said I cannot think of anything that replicates the mouth feel. DARRELL LEA VINTAGE 1960's CARAMELS MADE UP DUMMY WITH ORIGINAL WRAPPER. I do remember a bar called (I think) Butternut Brickle, it, was an imported sweet I thin. Qty in Cart: 0. Alice Wright Tuesday 6 May 2014 3:09 pm. With iconic lollies such as Snakes Alive, Red Frogs and Party Mix bags… Who can resist? White chocolate ones in particular, think there were milk chocolate ones too. Quantity: Decrease Quantity: Increase Quantity: Price: $2.60. . Tex bars were and are still my favorite. We also used to have fun peeling the licorice into fine strips or strings then eating it. They'll make you smile as you remember the times when a few cents got you a whole bag of mixed lollies from the school tuckshop. The following lists the number one singles on the Australian Singles Chart during the 1960s. LLC and SOS one of my favorites as well. Tell me more?! As a child a didn’t like coffee but these bars, were not like coffee in flavor but I loved them so much. In the 60s, new licensed restaurants began to open in Melbourne. After 1968, society changed. ? What has happened to our modern world. Australian Lollies Online Although we specialise in imported confectionery, we cannot pass up providing our customers with great Australian Lollies. To capture more of the British market the Wine Board opened the Australian Wine Centre in Soho, London, in 1960. Did you ever win that hovercraft..? We don't want to rely on ads to bring you the best of visual culture. BuzzFeed Staff, Australia Nov. 05, 2014, at 00:19 AM … You'll yearn for the barbershop days and remember with nostalgia the good old fashioned candy store. I worked in the wafer room, in Campbellfield in the early 80’s, & they were yummy. 18th post from top has this to say is that what you wanted? Label: Sony BMG Australia - 88697008802 • Series: Australian Pop Of The 60s • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Beat, Garage Rock, Pop Rock, Surf Spangles, though were the quintessential 60s sweet. Probably a bit liquoricey like the indian/pakastani cough remedy JoharJoshanda. Violet Crumbles; Crunchie Bars; black aniseed balls (loved them!!!! He left us when I was 4, and that was one of my earliest memories and one of only a few memories I have of him. What school was it and what year? The lost lollies and ice creams of our childhoods that deserve a second chance Violet Crumbles got the chop from Nestle but returned to supermarket shelves through a new manufacturer. Allens Minties 150g. After World War II, wine exports to Britain resumed. Vintage retro 60s/70s dressing table. Haribo Ring Sweets (aka Friendship Rings) - … Allens Jaffas 120g. Feb 14, 2018 - Explore Stephanie Clarke-Lloyd's board "Australian lollies - 1930's - 1980's" on Pinterest. No one has mentioned one of my favourites ‘MILKY MAXMUM BAR’. It wasn't until 1901 that Australia even became a nation, gaining independence from Great Britain and uniting as federation all its own. It was made by nestle. The boys used to sit up the back, roll them down the aisles & throw them at girls heads in front of, Does anyone remember the forerunner to Bounty,? Fruit tingles licorice blocks 8 for a penny. choo choo bars, hard toffee that would last cobbers etc, mojo chews 2 for 1 cent, milk bottles and false teeth that were chewy not soggy before damaging fillings became a litigation issue I guess, chikos, black cats, chewy not soggy redskins the list goes on magic memories and I do have a few teeth left ! I have found the closest thing to the real choo-choo bar. THERE’S a familiar saying among Australian baby boomers that if you can remember the 1960s then you weren’t really there. Finallllllly!!!!!! My dad used to buy me one every week. The tex bar was also my favorite from when I was about 5 or 6 years old in Brisbane in the very early 70s. Cobbers, Pink Panthers, Sherbies, Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs. See more ideas about lollies, vintage advertisements, vintage memory. All your favourite Australian lollies conveniently sold at My Lollies. Tag Archives | Lollies from the 60s and 70s. Haven’t seen them for many a year. AU $10.00 postage . or Best Offer. They were available in Australia late 60’s / early 70’s. How about some Allens Minties? Lollies From a Bygone Era . Did some research and found they first came on the market in the 1920s. This is a list of Australian films of the 1930s. Lolliland Milk Bottles & Teeth 180g. Allens Party Mix 190g. we’re so used to the lollies we grew up with in Australia that it’s easy to think that’s what lollies are like, without realising that lollies in other countries can be quite different. Oh, to have a Tex Bar again. Can’t find pics anyway on the internet. At no time did I associate them with anything other than my favourite lollie which I must add gave me black teeth. No one seems to remember Tongue Tongue Balls. You had a Scalextrics set. Just before they died out, there was a sale on them. I believe they were 8 for a penny when I was at school. There was Hoadley’s Polly Waffle and the original Violet Crumble bars, Minties and Fantales came in boxes not plastic or cellophane bags. See more ideas about Australian candy, Lollies, Australian. So many of the favourites are long gone and ALAS the inhalation of sweet treats as a boy and up until recently, finally took its toll with a top set of false teeth and a doctors instruction to get off the sugar.. You known those where the good old days when people talk, more and fun times come from warm laughter not heaps of technology. The closest I’ve found is called BLACK KNIGHT. FAQ; About us; Shipping; DHL Priority Post; Contact; SHOP FOR. with new monetization method. I’ll have to find the company name. Did I ever hang out for them. The biscuit inside was so delicious and choc. Still, for quite a while, he was a lone voice. I remember my favourite aunt loved chocolate, and she always had an assortment in her bag. I was starting to think that were a figment of my imagination because nobody that I speak to has ever heard of them and they were my very favourite. Also remember a lollie on a stick striped red and green and pink on the inside but I can’t remember what they were called. Chewy but light, substantial not airy, not hard like a toffee or caramel can be, firm, not runny. Double Lollies - the original long lasting lolly - a real taste of days gone by. May 13, 2015 - Image result for Australian lollies from the 70's and 80s Golly gee whilickers, do our retro lollies have some far out stories to tell. What is going to make you feel better if you are homesick? Polly Waffles (before Nestles bought the company & destroyed the taste, just like they did with Quality Street. Image credit: fs-collectibles.com . I work at the WEA centre, 223 Angas Street, Adelaide and it was once the Tandy factory! For a complete alphabetical list, see Category:Australian films. Double Lollies - the original long lasting lolly - a real taste of days gone by. Golly gee whilickers, do our retro lollies have some far out stories to tell. Drool. I also loved the “original” choo-choo bars. Hi Rob!! You can still get them from a company called USA Foods. The lost lollies and ice creams of our childhoods that deserve a second chance. Does anyone remember Coffee Crisp, made by Rowntree Hoadley’s. Hi, does anyone remember battleships and stetsons? There were Fags of course, the cigarette lollies that we used to buy in little packets and walk around pretending to smoke, like dad. As I got older I loved LLC,s and SOS,s does anyone remember them an acquired taste but I loved them. Or Red Skins, Chicos, Snakes Alive. Milk Buds were heaven. From Lake Como chocolates to Adelaide rally boiled lollies. Old-favourite lollies that are no longer available. Australian Confectionery Products from Allens and Natural Confectionery Company Sort by. lol. Both in layers like a Chokito was, with the wafer stuff in there too. Seem to remember liking them but didn’t make it into my huge list of repeat lollies. Last year it was in the international section at Coles, in a yellow box, but I havem’t seen thrm for quite a w. They really need to bring all these back, with the ORIGINAL TASTES. Candy stick sized packet with aniseed balls and a small toy in the top flap. I agree with others comments on them. Making a Christmas order? 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