Named after the English packaging equipment company ‘Rose Brothers’, who operated at the time out of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire and manufactured and supplied the machines that wrapped the chocolates, the product was launched in 1938 to compete with ‘twist wrap’ chocolates.
Containing a delicious mix of milk and plain chocolate assortments, all wrapped in a variety of bright, eye-catching colours Cadbury Boxed Roses is now one of the company’s most important products.
Available in gift boxes of 150g, 225g and 450g, as well as in a massive bulk 10kg box, which is perfect for functions like a wedding reception, business event or any kind of celebration, the product has famously been advertised over the years in the UK, New Zealand and Australia with the classic advertising slogan of ‘Say ‘Thank You’, with Cadbury Roses’.
Cadbury Boxed Roses Flavours
All told there 12 different flavours in Cadbury Boxes Roses, which all come in twist wrappers. These include:
A delicious swirl of Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate in a purple and silver wrapper.
Hazelnut Praline Crisp
Delicious roasted hazelnut pieces with a luxurious praline smothered in milk chocolate and wrapped in an orange and silver wrapper.
Smooth strawberry flavoured creamy centre in dark chocolate and wrapped in a red with silver wrapper.
Velvety soft vanilla fudge surrounded in milk chocolate and wrapped in a silver with blue wrapper.
Indulgent chocolate mousse encased in milk chocolate and wrapped in a purple with orange wrapper.
A rich luxurious caramel covered in Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate and wrapped in an orange with black wrapper.
Orange Chocolate Delight
An indulgent orange flavoured chocolate truffle encased in dark chocolate and wrapped in brown with an orange wrapper.
A blend of cherries and coconut covered in dark chocolate and wrapped in a silver with red wrapper.
A golden roasted hazelnut embedded in milk chocolate and wrapped in a pink with silver wrapper.
The exotic fragrance and flavour of roses covered with milk chocolate and wrapped in yellow with Red wrapper.
Vanilla Butter Caramel
A vanilla flavoured chewy buttery caramel coated in milk chocolate and wrapped in a silver with Orange wrapper.
A smooth peppermint cream surrounded in dark chocolate and wrapped in a green with silver wrapper.
Discontinued Cadbury Boxed Roses Flavours
Over the years a number of other flavours of Cadbury Boxed Roses have been included in the mix. These include:
– Raspberry Sundae
– Fruity Fudge
– Royal Fudge
– Nut Caramel
– Vanilla Caramel
– Hazelnut Caramello
– Pineapple Crème
Want To Buy Cadbury Boxed Roses?
At Moo-Lolly-Bar we sell all available sizes of Cadbury Box Roses online in bulk.
Orders are sent to any business, residential or PO Box address in Australia via either Australia Post or Fastway.
There are many great flavours of breath mints available today including Eclipse, Mentos, Polo and Tic Tac but none of them can boast a legacy quite like that of Altoids Breath Mints.
Dating back to the 18th century to the reign of King George III, Altoids were created by the London-based Smith & Company in the 1780s and originally marketed primarily to relieve intestinal discomfort. Pretty soon after though the strong mint flavour of the lozenge became known as a combatant to bad breath too.
So much so that when it became part of the Callard & Bowser company in the 19th century they adopted the advertising slogan of ‘The Original Celebrated Curiously Strong Mints’ in reference to the very high concentration of peppermint oil used in the confection.
Now owned by Wrigley, who purchased the brand from Kraft in 2004, Altoids Breath Mints was introduced to the USA in 1918. Infact it is far more popular there today than in the country of its origin.
One of the main reasons for this perhaps is that it hasn’t really been heavily marketed in Britain for many years since. Infact the product since 2005 has actually been manufactured in Chattanooga, Tennessee to serve its primary market of the USA, after the Welsh manufacturing plant in Bridgend was closed.
The brand name itself has caused much conjecture as to how it came to be. Whilst there are many theories no one knows for sure how Altoids got its name. Though one popular theory is that the company used the suffix ‘oids’ on all its products to suggest medical benefits, though quite what the derivation of ‘Alt’ is has never really been explained.
Altoids are however famously believed to be used by Hollywood actors and actresses prior to filming scenes involving kissing.
Altoids Breath Mints Flavours
At present Altoids Breath Mints are currently available in four flavours in the USA – peppermint, wintergreen, spearmint, and cinnamon.
As well as in the original formats ‘Sugar-Free Smalls’ are also available – tiny square mints sweetened with sorbitol and sucralose – in these flavours too.
In a product diversification, dark chocolate-dipped mints were introduced in three flavours in 2007- peppermint, cinnamon and ginger, while a fourth, crème de menthe came out a year later. Though all were discontinued in 2010.
In the past ginger, liquorice, cool honey, and creme de menthe varieties of the original sized Altoids Breath Mints have been available too. While other brand variations like sour hard sweets in raspberry, citrus, apple, tangerine and mango flavours and chewing gum in peppermint, cinnamon, spearmint, wintergreen and two sour flavours, cherry and apple flavours have also been available but have since been discontinued.
Altoids Breath Mints Packaging
When it was first launched to market Altoids Breath Mints came in a cardboard box. However it was replaced in the 1920s by the more durable and iconic metal tins of today.
Since then infact the tins have become a very popular item in themselves. Not least because it has become a bit of a popular past time to reuse them for other purposes. They have long since been used to store tobacco and small household items like paper clips, coins, sewing materials and marbles. But they have also been turned in to a number of other ingenious contraptions including first-aid or mini survival kit containers, electronics labs, a pocket games chest, a Portable BBQ stove, Morse Code Oscillator, Pinhole Camera and even a Martini on the go kit!
Altoids Breath Mints In Australia
At Moo-Lolly-Bar we sell the peppermint and cinnamon flavours of Altoids online in bulk boxes of 12 x 50g tins.
Furthermore we dispatch orders of this product to any business, residential or PO box address in Australia.
Great news for those of you who already have the Jelly Bean Boozled Wheel Spinning Game. We now sell Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Refill Bags too!
Available as a bulk box of 12 packs, each of which weigh approximately 53 grams the Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Refill Bags come in the same 8 colours of the game with 16 different flavours. So you still won’t know what you will get!
Try the red ones and your taste buds could be a delighted with a delicious Strawberry Jam flavoured jelly bean. Or there again it might be Centipede flavoured too.
Likewise green could be Juicy Pear or Booger flavoured. Baby Blue might be Berry Blue or Toothpaste. Purple may just as likely be Chocolate Pudding as it is Canned Dog Food. While white could be Coconut or even Baby Wipes.
The other colours Caramel (Caramel Popcorn & Mouldy Cheese), Peach (Peach & Vomit) and Yellow (Buttered Popcorn & Rotten Egg) really do take taste the taste experience to the extreme!
Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Refill Bags Games
In case you don’t have the Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Spinning Game you can still play without it in a couple of ways.
Firstly, you could always write the 8 different colours that come in the Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Refill Bags on a piece of paper, put them around you in a large circle and then spin a knife or bottle to see which colour it lands on.
Alternatively you could write the colours on 8 pieces of paper, put them in a bag and pick one out to eat.
Another way is to assign 6 of the colours to different numbers on a dice, so whatever number you role on is the one you have to choose.
It is a great game to play with your friends and family. You might even want to take some pictures of the faces everyone makes when they get one of the more undesirable flavours!
Want to buy Jelly Bean Boozled Refill Bags?
You can buy a bulk box of 12 packs of Jelly Bean Boozled Refills online at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
We dispatch orders of this product to any residential, business or PO Box address in the country via either Fastway Couriers or Australia Post.
Made by Jelly Belly who are famous for their delicious gourmet gluten free jelly beans of various amazingly realistic flavours, these chocolate frogs take the form of a sensational mix of milk chocolate and crisped rice.
Whilst the confection itself is enough of a treat, the fact that each pack also comes with a collectible wizard card is perhaps really what gets the sweet toothed fans of Harry Potter so excited.
All told there are 16 Harry Potter Wizard Cards to collect.
Buy Harry Potter Choc Frogs
Harry Potter Choco Frogs are available to buy in a bulk box of 24 individual packs. Each of which weighs 55 grams contains one card.
The ingredients listing for the Harry Potter Choc Frogs reads as Sugar, Whole Milk, Cocoa Butter, Chocolate Liquor, Soy Lecithin (an emulsifier) and Vanillin (an artificial flavoring).
They are made on equipment in a facility that also makes products that may contain peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, wheat and soy.
At Moo-Lolly-Bar we dispatch orders of this popular chocolate frogs product to any business, residential or PO Box address in the country either via Fastway Couriers or Australia Post depending on where exactly you live.
One thing we are always striving to do at Moo-Lolly-Bar is increase our confectionery range from the USA. Currently this stands at well over 200 different products with the most recent addition being Lancaster Soft Creme Caramels.
Made by The Hershey Company, who also make such famous brands as Twizzlers, Hershey Kisses and Kit Kat, Lancaster Creme Soft Caramels is the companies first new candy brand in 30 years that is not an extension of an existing brand or the result of an acquisition from another company.
Inspired by similar caramels produced by The Lancaster Caramel Company, the first candy company founded by Milton S. Hershey in 1886, this product has been described by the company as being ‘125 years in the making’. The last two and a half years of which saw extensive research and testing into consumer tastes and the global confectionery market.
Launched simultaneously in both China and the USA to tap in to the potential of the caramel market which is a faster growing category currently than chocolate and other non-chocolate candies, these soft caramel crèmes are made slightly differently in both countries. In China for instance they take the form of a more traditional milk-based candy whilst in the USA the product is caramel based with a ‘sweet and salty’ taste. In China the product is manufactured in Hunan, whilst the American made version is actually manufactured in Canada.
The target demographic for Lancaster Creme Soft Caramels is men and women in their twenties and early thirties.
Lancaster Soft Creme Caramels Flavours
At Moo-Lolly-Bar in Australia Lancaster Crème Soft Caramels are available to buy online in 3 flavours including:
– Caramel Original
– Vanilla & Caramel
– Vanilla & Raspberry
Beautifully packaged and individually wrapped each confection has a rather glossy appearance and slightly squidgy touch. They don’t really have a smell to speak of, but when you bite in to them they are very soft and quite chewy. The texture is very pleasant too whilst the flavour of caramelized sugar and butter also pleases.
Want To Buy Lancaster Soft Creme Caramels?
At Moo-Lolly-Bar we dispatch bulk orders of this product to any residential, business or PO Box address in the country via either Fastway Couriers or Australia Post, depending on where you live.
Invented in 1912 by Clarence Crane, a candy manufacturer from Garrettsville, Ohio, (who was also the father of the poet Hart Crane) this ring-shaped peppermint flavoured brand of little hard candies was initially developed as a ‘summer’ candy that could withstand the intense heat much better than chocolate could.
Called Lifesavers because of its similarity to the shape of the life preserving apparatus that is used for saving people who have fallen overboard from boats and shipping vessels, the brand is renowned for its distinctive packaging which takes the form of paper-wrapped aluminum foil rolls.
Indeed the original product packaging pictured an old seaman throwing a life preserver to a young female swimmer with the slogan ‘For That Stormy Breath’.
History of Lifesavers Lollies
Having invented the confection Crane soon realised he did not have the space or machinery to mass produce them. As a result he contracted with a pill manufacturer to press the mints into shape.
Less than a year later, after registering the trademark, he sold the rights to the formula of his lifesavers candy to Edward John Noble for $2,900 who promptly set up the Life Savers and Candy Company.
Noticing that the previous use of cardboard rolls was not very successful in keeping the product both fresh and intact, Noble created tin-foil wrappers instead. He also oversaw the installation of Life Savers displays next to the cash registers of restaurants and grocery stores, therefore significantly increasing the product’s market reach.
Perhaps his most ingenious idea however was to encourage the owners of the establishments in which his displays featured to always give customers a nickel in their change to encourage impulse sales of the product which retailed at 5 cents each. As a consequence the slogan ‘Still only 5 cents’ became very effective in promoting the product.
Lifesavers Lollies is a product that will forever be synonymous with the armed forces. In World War II some 23 million boxes of the product were consumed by soldiers and even today they remain a part of the G.I. field ration kit in the USA.
Flavours of Lifesavers Lollies
Currently owned by Mars Incorporated, who acquired the brand from Wrigley, Lifesavers Lollies has been sold in Australia since the 1930s when MacRobertson started distributing the product to service stations and convenience stores.
At present we offer a range of bulk boxes of Lifesavers at Moo-Lolly-Bar including the follows:
– Fruit Pastilles
– Fruit Tingles
– Pep ‘o’ mint
Lifesavers Lollies Marketing Slogans
Over the years Lifesavers have had some interesting marketing slogans. These include:
‘For That Stormy Breath’
‘The Candy with the Hole’
‘A Hole Lot of Fun’
‘Get a Hole Lot More Outta Life’
Approximately 548 million rolls of Lifesavers Lollies Candy are produced every year.