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Flicks Chocolate Wafers - 1.6 oz tube - box of 12
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Flicks Chocolate Wafers - 1.6 oz tube - box of 12
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Flicks, an old time chocolate favorite is back! Each tub holds roughly 15 chocolate flavored wafers.

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My favorite candy ever is called Flicks. Every time we went to the store with my mother we would see the little round tubes of Flicks at the store. This store was called Prairie Market in Longview, Washington. This store has been out of business for many years. This was one of the only stores I remember seeing this candy when myself and my four other sisters went shopping with our mother.

We always begged mom to get this candy for us and she would splurge and buy a couple of containers for us to share. I can remember on my Christmas lists each year I would ask for this candy. Now it is pretty silly to ask for a candy that no longer exists but I still remember the exact flavor as it melted in my mouth as a child. Each year our Christmas stockings would have a cardboard tube with different colored wrapping on it in our stockings. This candy was special and our Mom new it was special to us. We still as teenagers and young adults received this wonderful candy, until it stopped in the making.

So here I am at work reminiscing about childhood memories with a couple of co-workers and Flicks the candy is brought to mind. My co-workers knew exactly what candy I was referring to. The candy in the cardboard tube with foil colored wrapping that melted this sweet sensation on your tongue. What a wonderful flavor and I swear I can still taste the candy to this day from memory. Thanks for the memories! ~ Elizabeth from Washington
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creamy chocolate
  Never had this candy before---it's wonderful. I like the packaging, but wish there was a little more candy in the large tube.
  Reviewed by:  nita peacock from Hopkinsville, Kentucky. on 3/26/2012
  Back in 1968 when I was 13 and living in Hawaii, Flicks was my favorite buy at the store and theater. The tube is a little bigger around now and the candy a little smaller. I remember the original as having a little different texture maybe even waxy. Never the less, it is a very good re-creation and made my day to get to eat the treat that I remember so fondly. I still have an old empty tube around here someplace in my memory box.
  Reviewed by:  Perry Kearney from Russellville Ar. on 11/17/2011
  These were great! The whole family loves them:o)Just like we remember them from 20 years ago. Thank you for continuing to make them!
  Reviewed by:  Magdalena Perrin from NC. on 10/21/2011
Not the same but close
  The look, the feel, the multi-color foil .. the size of the flick chip. Until you put one in your mouth. Not a distinct ghirardelli taste, but a grainer milk chocolate with a heavy vanilla malt taste. Now if they could smooth out the chocolate somehow.
  Reviewed by:  Laura F from WA State. on 9/17/2011
Big Disappointment
  I was so disappointed with the Flicks. I always got them as a child when I went to the movies and was so excited to open up the foiled tube to taste my first one in decades. Sadly, it tastes nothing like the melt in your mouth Flicks of yesteryear. Upon further inspection, I read that they are now chocolate flavored. I know the ones I ate in the fifties and sixties were real Ghirardelli chocolate. So sad.
  Reviewed by:  Kathy Daniel from Tennessee. on 6/22/2011
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