Tongue Torchers
Tongue Torchers - 8 oz bag
Tongue Torchers - tub
Tongue Torchers - case
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Tongue Torchers - Bulk

Regular price $17.89
Sale price $17.89 Regular price

Basically a jawbreaker, these individually wrapped panned candies are about 3/4 inch in diameter and have a fiery cinnamon flavor. They are a great replacement for Atomic Fireballs which were discontinued by the manufacturer. 

Bulk candy counts are approximated.
3 lb bag - 263
3 lb plastic tub - 263
8 oz bag - 43
30 lb case - 2630

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Diane A. (Indianapolis, IN, US)
Delicious, but not nearly has hot as my beloved Atomic Fireballs

I like Tongue Torchers but they do not hold a candle to Atomic Fireballs. The hotness factor is dialed down by at least 5 notches. But I would still order them again! :)


Bought these ever since hot balls got discontinued... just trying to find something as good and I've finally found it! these are great. Right amount of sweet, perfect amount of heat

Customer (Meyersdale, PA, US)
Not impressed!

These do not hold a candle to the atomic fireballs. I was very disappointed with my experience. I don't know whose idea it was to discontinue the Atomic fireballs, but it was a big mistake. I purchased these at a local store that sells bull candy. Will not buy them again.


Haven’t tried them yet but I love cinnamon so they should be great!

Tabitha (Boardman, OR, US)

Haven’t tried them yet but I love cinnamon so they should be great!

Megan J.C. (Kirkwood, NY, US)
Blind taste test results-- AFB = TT

I poured the last of my Atomic Fire Balls into the same container as the Tongue Torchers. I could tell no difference when I was eating them in the dark while reading my ebook. I am placing a larger order. Thanks Old Time Candy for locating a suitable replacement!

craig m. (Columbia, MO, US)
Tounge Torchers

Not as good as Atomic Fireballs. But they are a good replacement.Thks Old Time Candy!

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