Advil – with the tasty candy coating, it’s hard to eat just one.
Almond Joy – holy crap! two in a package containing almonds coconut, chocolate & joy. my new found favorite.
Almond M &M’s – maybe it’s just me, but I think the candy coating’s too sweet.
Annabelle’s Big Hunk – kind of a harder less sweet Sugar Daddy with peanuts. kind of too large; it would be more appropriate in bite size pieces, but I guess it needs to live up to its name.
Baby Ruth – this is a good candy bar featuring peanuts, chocolate, & soy bean oil. no wonder Hawkman eats it.
Bit-O-Honey – really sweet, not high on flavor. caramel-esque & too much work to chew.
Blo-Pops – two candies for the price of one. I like the blue ones & am scared of people who bite them in half right away.
Boston Baked Beans – a peanut with a thin candy coating. good.
Brown & Haley Almond Roca – looks like a cat terd, tastes really nice. the official candy of Roxy Carmichael.
Cadbury’s Fruit & Nut – maybe it’s just me, but I’d expect more different things in here than raisins & almonds.
Candyblox – these are supposed to be easy to build with like Legos, but they don’t really snap together like them though they are as hard. kind of a fruity Sweet Tart with an unfortunate banana yellow.
Charleston Chew – precisely messy enough.
Chase’s Cherry Mash – This is surprisingly good. It has chocolate & peanuts & cherry nougat & all three flavors are distinct & non-invasive to each other. I think they used alien technology to design this candy.
Chick-o-Stick – as good as it is cheap. Peanut butter & coconut in crunchy stick form.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Doh Candy – synthetic cookie doh is pure sugar, but it comes with a spoon.
Cinn-a-burst – featuring the flavor crystals that make you feel like a babe-magnet.
Cry Baby Tears – One of those semi-chalky candies. Like a sour version of Sweet Tarts..
Dental Care – the Baking Soda Gum - not sticky, not tasty.
Dots – too gummy of a gumdrop, gets stuck in your teeth.
Ducchess Sweet Potatoe Pie – tastes just as yummy as every other fruit pie.
Elana Honey Almond – creamy smooth chocolate with a mild almond taste.
Farley’s Coconut Stacks – finally, a candy that needs a chaser.
Farley’s French Burnt Peanuts – a cross between peanut brittle & rocks.
Gardner’s Peanut Butter Meltaway – This smells & tastes like Palmer’s coin candies. No frills & good like childhood.
Goldenberg’s Bite Size All Natural Peanut Chews – How is two ounces of candy bite size? This is nasty. It comes with instructions on the back of the wrapper, “Throw Away.”
Gummi Bears – I can’t stand the consistency of these things. if you lick the backs you can throw them & stick them to ceilings. in germany they have ones with vitamins.
Hershey’s Classic Caramels – pretty high end for the price & not too chewy, a good caramel.
Hershey’s Cookies & Cream – good, but if you eat the whole thing it might make you sick.
Hershey’s Hugs with Almonds – I like these. they’re even better with those little candy drop mints
Juicy Fruit – with the flavor that doesn’t last!
Junior Mints – who wouldn’t want a junior mint?
King Size Almond Joy – two almonds instead of one on each segment of my favorite candy bar.
Kit-Kat – good & crispy, no longer available with the foil & white cardboard.
Kit Kat Big Kat – They took one of the segments of a Kit Kat & enlarged it to full candy bar size. Somehow it seems a little more chocolatey. It kind of makes Kit Kat’s less special when the packaging is just like everything else.
Lance Pecan Twirls – not too tasty with horribly hard to open packaging.
Lemonheads – not as good in real life as in childhood nostalgia.
Lemon Warheads – intense for 20 seconds & then, normal candy.
Lifesaver Blueberry Vanilla Lollipop – mmm is this good. not too sweet & fun to eat.
Lik-m-aid – this just isn’t as much fun as I remember it... maybe because they changed the picture on the outside. sugar isn’t an ingredient somehow.
Lindt with hazelnuts – this comes from switzerland & is expensive, but it’s dreamy & too rich to eat in one sitting.
Little Debbie Oats & Honey Sunbelt Granola – good stuff in the chewy granola style. nice sweet & keeps you regular.
Mars Bar – sure doesn’t taste like it comes from another planet.
Marathon Bar – anybody know if they still make this? it’s about a foot long & has stringy caramel & was popular in the late seventies....
Milk n Honey – an italian version of Mary Jane, even more lo-fi & scary than the real thing. it has bees on the wrapper that make it look more like a bug trap than candy.
Milky Way – nougat & caramel. nothing like the commercial.
Mounds – it’s an Almond Joy without a nut, I need the nut.
Nestle Chunky – cool silver vacuum sealed packaging reminiscent of space food that has nuts & raisins inside, but all I taste is chocolate
Nestle Treasures Peanut Butter Miniatures – Chocolate treasure chests filled with peanut butter. Similar in taste to those chocolate peanut butter coins wrapped in foil.
Nestle Turtle – first off this doesn’t look like a turtle & then it tastes like a moonpie gone bad.
Oh Henry! – kind of like a peanut butter cup with a little too much chocolate. I think it’s named after Hank Aaron.
One Hundred Grand – hard when cold, doesn’t compare to a Snickers.
Palmer Peanut Buddy – cool candy coins available for most holidays. wrapped in foil & filled with flavor & nostalgia.
Payday – I expected more of this. it doesn’t give you the caffeine headache, but it doesn’t taste that great anyway.
Peanut M & M’s – a perfect meal substitute.
Pearson’s Nut Roll – mighty tasty. twinky center with peanuts glued on by caramel.
Peppermint Dentyne Ice – a taste so refreshing you can’t believe someone isn’t kissing you.
Pixie Stix – one of the classic foods of america. my favorite flavor’s green.
Purgatori – Why is Chaos Comics making candy? Rich milk chocolate with almonds & demon girls wearing the Star of David on the wrapper.
Razzles – First it’s a chalky candy a la candy hearts, then it has gum in the center. It’s not too great, but I like the name.
Reese’s Nutrageous – you think you’d be okay as long as you didn’t sit on this on a wooden chair, but it’s a little too chocolatey for me.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup with the cookie in the bottom – more or less the same as the original except it’s crunchy.
Reese’s Pieces – eat a three pound bag for lunch, feel sick for two days.
Ricola – I’m not sure if this is a candy, but I dig it. spit it out before you finish it or it makes you feel spacey.
Riesens – icky, this is a lot like a tootsie roll. a chocolatey mess that’s too much work to chew.
Rocky Mountain Crisp – extra smooth chocolate with crispy rice.
Rolo – these are not where it’s at.
Russel Stover Candies Pecan Delight – this is way too chocolatey for me, even if it does have cool nuts.
Russell Stover’s S’mores – This is not a good thing. Hopefully whoever made these got demoted.
Senocot – What the hell? This isn’t candy. Why do they try & get me to put it on my ice cream?
Sifer’s Valomilk – I’ve always stayed away from marshmallow cups, I don’t know why. This is nice & light & fluffy with no preservatives, just milk chocolate & marshmallow.
Smile! – I know this isn’t really candy, but I had to mention it. Good Humor finally makes the world’s coolest snack. It’s a smiley face on a stick made out of lemon sorbet.
S’morsels – milk duds with a more potent core.
Smooth ’n’ Melties – I like these little mints, but they’re addictive & easy to get sick on.
Snickers – fits all the hype. there’s a reason it’s america’s favorite candy bar. fully endorsed by the Danimal.
Snickers Munch – this is it, the legendary chocolate free Snickers. it’s kind of like a less hard & more buttery peanut brittle.
Source Vitamin C Sugarless Gum – it opens with a Starburst flavor & turns to orange silly putty. Special features include Nutra Sweet & vitamin C & a cigarette type box to lead kids to smoking.
Starburst Jellybeans – just as yummy & addictive as the original starbursts & the ingredients look vegan.
Strawberry Quik – eat it raw as a cotton candy substitute.
Sunbelt Fudge Dipped Macaroon Chewy Granola Bar – the chocolate isn’t so thick you can’t taste anything else & it’s a beautiful thing to wake up to.
Sunset Orchard Butter Toffee Peanuts – what peanut m&m’s were meant to be. candy with nuts, no chocolate.
Sweet Escapes Caramel & Peanut Butter Crispy Bar – what would you expect from five grams of fat? thumbs down.
Sweethearts – I thought conversation hearts tasted worse than they actually do, but they can still hurt your feelings....
Sweet Tarts – pixie stix dust, now in tablet form.
Tang – eaten raw you can burn the inside of your mouth.
Three Musketeers – no redeeming qualities what so ever.
Tiger’s Milk Peanut Butter Bar – chewy, america’s first nutrition bar.
Toffifay – a hazel nut covered with caramel & chocolate; reminiscent of something good, but not quite it & therefore annoying.
Too Tarts Cherry Sour Liquid Candy – I like sour candy, but this is too much. It’s almost nauseating. It has a warning on it that it may cause tongue irritation.
Too Tart Strawberry Sour Powder – It Looks like a pixie stick gone hard core & it tastes like strawberry Quik. I need to do some research to see if it has the same side effects as those two wonder drugs.
Tootsie Flavor Roll Vanilla Twistie – this tastes almost the same as the original & is just as much work to chew which means it isn’t worth your time.
Trebors – I like these. they’re these hard candies of various flavors with a chocolatey surprise in the center. Plus they sound like a cross between friendly Hungarians & a Kevin Bacon movie.
Trolli Sour Gummi Beans – at first it seems like a normal jelly bean, but then you bite into it & bang zoom it’s a sour flavored gummi treat.
Twix – two for you, none for me, thanks.
Watermelon Squeeze Pop – this is somewhere between the consistency of honey & toothpaste. it’s phallic & expensive & tastes like bad candy.
Werther’s Originals – a candy that fits the pace of my lifestyle.
Whatchamacallit – kinda ricey, kinda crispy, kinda rice crispity dipped in chocolate. it had cool commercials back in the eighties.
Whitman’s Sampler – classic rich chocolate flavor in the classy box you’ve learned to trust.
Winter Clark Bar – pretty butterfingerry with a white chocolate coating. for some reason it made my mouth numb.
Xploder – Willy Wonka made a chocolate bar with a twist, they put pop rocks inside. Not a serious candy bar, but an exciting one.
Zero – caramel, peanuts, almonds, & white fudge. okay, but not as cool as its name.
Bomb – a lollipop without a
stick with a sweet tart in the center.