Old Time Candy isn’t just a great place to find the candy that you miss. You can also find nostalgia in our Decade Boxes. Filled with candy favorites and the option to by a Remember When booklet, you’ll take a tasty trip down memory lane. Want to learn a little more about what you’ll find in them? Well here’s an introduction to the sweetest time machine out there. Each box can be customized to a certain year.
They may not have been worth much on Wall Street, but Red Hot Dollars, or Red Raspberry Dollars, were a tasty treat. First minted in 1925, this eye catching currency began as a soft raspberry chew. This might come as a surprise since its name includes “Hot,” which we typically associate with cinnamon and spicy. But back in the 1920’s, the phrase “Red Hot” was used to describe popular and trendy things. Pretty clever, huh? Read More
Candy enthusiasts between the years 1936-1979 might remember a silky chocolatey candy bar whose name sounded like a love song that had a lot of brass horns in it. The Forever Yours, unfortunately was not forever ours. In 1979 it had broken its promise and left grocery shelves forever. We thought for sure we would never see this dark chocolate covered vanilla nougat, lined with a layer of caramel. That was until 1989. Read More