Drool. Australian Confectionery Products from Allens and Natural Confectionery Company Sort by. ? . I was born in 1940, and my recollection of the taste and texture was as being similar to a mars bar, only better, but with a slight minty, malted layer with a caramel layer and coated with chocolate. I think they might have been just called noughts and crosses. Yes but the kooka bar was even better than the tim tams. Titles Include: Volume 1 - Shakin' All Over Volume 2 - Move Baby Move Volume 3 - The Real Thing Volume 4 - Shake Baby Shake Probably a bit liquoricey like the indian/pakastani cough remedy JoharJoshanda. Finallllllly!!!!!! There were not harsh like lollies with menthol in them. I know they have the “real” milk bottles. I used to get a bag for 20c and the white bag would be full to the top .. wish we could still get them ? Then there were home made lollies too including toffee apples. Used to love playing “who am I” with the wrappers. For many of us, the lollies from our childhoods are symbols of happy times so today we take a look at some of our favourite sweets, long since gone from supermarket aisles. Purchase today and pay later with Afterpay! Let’s say you’re in the UK, or maybe New York, or possibly in Paris. And please bring back the Polly Waffle!!!!!!!! Tell me more?! Who made them? Please consider making a donation to our site. Australia Day; Gifts and Souvenirs; Health and Beauty ; Other Products; Bulk Value; Specials; Brands; FAQ. Omg I loved that chocolate bar Like Carolyn, I hanker for a Tex Bar. Tag Archives | Lollies from the 60s and 70s. I’m sitting here remembering some of the lollies we used to have as kids back in the 50s to the 70s. The lollies these days r nothing compared to back then. Would love to know too Gail but few people I speak to remember them. Allens Kool … Wonder if they were made by Cadbury. Add to Cart Compare Quick view. Maybe if they can resurrect the Polly Waffle they can do the same with the Tex Bar – I live in hope……. What is going to make you feel better if you are homesick? I always bought one at the Saturday matinee. So many memories. Let’s say you’re in the UK, or maybe New York, or possibly in Paris. Still, for quite a while, he was a lone voice. Why not get one of each and while you’re at it get some Darrel Lea Liquorice Bullets. I only ever had the mint ones. 3. I remember the traffic lights but started to think I was imagining them as looked for years but never found them. False teeth, fantales, spearmint leaves . UK Confectionery; UK Groceries; UK Sweets; UK Chocolates; Special Dietary Lollies. With iconic lollies such as Snakes Alive, Red Frogs and Party Mix bags… Who can resist? I work at the WEA centre, 223 Angas Street, Adelaide and it was once the Tandy factory! I think they disappeared by the mid 1960s. At the Lolly Warehouse we have a massive range of hard lollies in every shape, colour, size and flavour under the sun. Tony, it sounds like you’re describing Necco’s. For a complete alphabetical list, see Category:Australian films. There was Hoadley’s Polly Waffle and the original Violet Crumble bars, Minties and Fantales came in boxes not plastic or cellophane bags. 1960 Australian Wine Centre opens in Soho, London. choo choo bars, hard toffee that would last cobbers etc, mojo chews 2 for 1 cent, milk bottles and false teeth that were chewy not soggy before damaging fillings became a litigation issue I guess, chikos, black cats, chewy not soggy redskins the list goes on magic memories and I do have a few teeth left ! Did some research and found they first came on the market in the 1920s. Finally, someone has a pic of the bar I loved so much. Old-favourite lollies that are no longer available. Does anyone remember the name? Does anyone remember what a real hamburger tasted like? Australian Lollies & Confectionery. I’m thinking it was at least 50 years ago. and home made lollies … spuds and toasted marshmallows were yum! ?. Also remember a lollie on a stick striped red and green and pink on the inside but I can’t remember what they were called. They were available in Australia late 60’s / early 70’s. I could go on about modern hamburgers, ugh! Streets is an Australian ice cream company, now owned by multinational group Unilever. Bill. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2010 CD release of The Real Thing Australian Pop Of The 60s - Volume 3 on Discogs. Double Lollies. Australian Lollies; Dutch; American Candy; UK Imports. AU $250.00. At no time did I associate them with anything other than my favourite lollie which I must add gave me black teeth. Candy, lollies, sweets – whatever you call them, they’ve become a ubiquitous part of the Australian experience. Sharon,what were the bars of chocolate that had the noughts and crosses inside them please? My recollection of the taste was of a slightly mint, malt caramel and chocolate. Lolliland Milk Bottles & Teeth 180g. and it all tasted so damn good .. nothing tastes the same these days . Many years ago my top drawer at work was full of my favourite flavours of Life Savours – you could buy whole rolls of individual flavours – lime was my fave, and spearmint, and musk. Yet in not much more than a century, Australia has managed to become one of the strongest economies on Earth. I would give my soul for a Tex bar…. Haven’t seen them for many a year. The centre did indeed have 2 layers from memory and they had a slightly different texture. When Allen’s announced earlier this year that it was discontinuing Spearmint Leaves and Green Frogs, the Over60 office was immensely saddened by the news. Green frogs and Mint Leaves last year got Axed. 18th post from top has this to say is that what you wanted? Now they are Tim Tams. The tex bar was also my favorite from when I was about 5 or 6 years old in Brisbane in the very early 70s. Absolutely delicious and incomparable. Allens Party Mix 190g. Someone suggested that a Mars Bar is a close equivalent. I would crawl a mile over broken glass to have a 1950s Tex Bat or Mintex Bar. Take our quiz to see how many of these candies you can name. Feb 14, 2018 - Explore Stephanie Clarke-Lloyd's board "Australian lollies - 1930's - 1980's" on Pinterest. I was also born in 1960.. Hello Michael can you remember a sweet with the same texture and size as a Choo Choo bar but was a caramel colour had planets and maybe space ships on the wrapper, I thought it was a Mars Bar, unlike the Mars Bar that we have today. I don’t understand companies disposing of life long favourites and then someone starts importing garbage like Oreos. by Jenna Guillaume. More. I have noticed you don’t monetize adelaiderememberwhen.com.au, don’t waste your traffic, you can earn additional bucks every month I was not one that had a camera and have no photos of that era. Came from England 1971 aged 11 have always called them sweets, Tex bars were brilliant as were Dinosaur chews anyone remember them ? I have found the closest thing to the real choo-choo bar. It’s very hard to describe, but oh we’re they good. How about some Allens Minties? Does anyone remember milky stars? Does anyone remember I’m not sure of the name All your favourite Australian lollies conveniently sold at My Lollies. I only ever had that one taste of it, as we couldn’t have afforded anything like that after he left us as there was no social security back then. 1. Allens Jaffas 120g. wrapped in chocolate + the bristles were while. Quantity: Decrease Quantity: Increase Quantity: Price: $2.60. Australian-made Lollies. The Choc coated Marshmallow bar was called “GIGGLE” Its centre was white marshmallow with either a Nought or Cross running right through it. This is the best adsense alternative for any type of website (they approve all websites), for more info simply search in gooogle: murgrabia’s tools. Yes Rosy Apples, I loved them. Seem to remember liking them but didn’t make it into my huge list of repeat lollies. Click here for order-by dates. So many wonderful tales from times gone by. Also liked the assorted boiled lollies in the shape of fish from Adelaide markets. We can also create a customised print on the bag with orders from as little as 500 bags. My favourite were nigger blocks Choo Choo bars, Space bars like the Choo Choo bar but brown yummy the good old days! The source for this decade is the "Kent Music Report".These charts were calculated in the 1990s in retrospect, by David Kent, using archival data. It's far, far superior. The wrappings had details of film stars on them. No one seems to remember Tongue Tongue Balls. BuzzFeed Staff, Australia. I also loved the “original” choo-choo bars. …but knowing that dinner was followed by a solid hour of TV with the Neighbours (6.30pm) and Home and Away (7pm) power combo made life worth living. See below answers to FAQs about our Allen’s Lollies.. Please check-in regularly and keep up to date with Australia's confectionery trends. It was made by nestle. Polly Waffles (before Nestles bought the company & destroyed the taste, just like they did with Quality Street. THERE’S a familiar saying among Australian baby boomers that if you can remember the 1960s then you weren’t really there. Oh, to have a Tex Bar again. YUMMY ice-lollies and ice-creams from the 1960s to the 1980s. We also used to have fun peeling the licorice into fine strips or strings then eating it. Allen's Party Mix 1kg Allen's Party Mix 1kg. The lost lollies and ice creams of our childhoods that deserve a second chance Violet Crumbles got the chop from Nestle but returned to supermarket shelves through a new manufacturer. Our wide range of Australian lollies includes all of your childhood favourites and much more. So long ago I hope I’m remembering correctly…. Haribo Ring Sweets (aka Friendship Rings) - … See more ideas about australian, commercial, tv commercials. australian top 40 singles & album charts 1966 - 1974: midoztouch australian & nz music from the 60s, 70s & 80s : mph audio library of australian & world oldies: pop archives sources of australian pop records 50s, 60s & 70s: milesago australian popular music, pop culture and social history 1964 - 1975 Customised lollies make the sweetest gift! Regular price $7.97 $7.97. RARE Vintage 60s A W ALLEN LTD Australian PENGUIN Lolly CONFECTIONERY Money BOX. So we made our own list. Growing up in Adelaide early fifties….Tandy’s tuppeny toffees…a square of caramel toffee on a toothpick with a square paper sleeve you pulled off and stuck the toffee in your mouth to last about an hour if you didn’t suck too hard on it. Wish they would bring them back. Feb 2, 2020 - Explore hemasreeo's board "Australian candy" on Pinterest. Opera Foods gathers the classical favorite lolly flavours in attractive packaging for impulse sales at your cash register. A monster list of memories for Australians who grew up in the 1970s. May 13, 2015 - Image result for Australian lollies from the 70's and 80s I still miss them too. How about some Allens Minties? There was no wafer or crunch from memory, but I sort of half remember there being two layers a lighter and darker inside the chocolate coating, but that memory is hazy and I am not sure… but I know I loved the feeling in my mouth as well as the taste. It wasn't until 1901 that Australia even became a nation, gaining independence from Great Britain and uniting as federation all its own. As a child a didn’t like coffee but these bars, were not like coffee in flavor but I loved them so much. Wish I could find them again! Spangles, though were the quintessential 60s sweet. Everyone, from the ballerinas to the cameramen, was eating a Cornetto. Browse & shop our range of lollies at The Lolli Shop and get them delivered to you! Double Lollies. my favorites were rainbow balls which you would get 4 for a cent so we would go to shop (deli) with 20 cents and come out with a bag of 80, also not sure what they were called but they were little choc balls, about the size of rainbow balls but they had little flecks of coconut through them. Making a Christmas order? Don’t they have any taste any more. I also loved that long thin, wide licorice that you could lick untill it disappeared. As a country, we’ve contributed numerous lollies to the world’s supply; some good (Fantales, Dairy Milk Snack, Caramello Koalas), some bad (Frogs), and some just bizarre (Witchetty Grubs). with new monetization method. The Australian soft drink industry underwent a radical transformation in the 1950s and ’60s. White Knights and Scorched peanut bars and original Whip bar. Why do they stop making our most loved sweets. Such a shame they stopped making these popular sweets. Allens Minties 150g. Long gone unfortunately and nothing remotely like them now. Milk Buds were heaven. Allens had Tootie Frooty and Steam Rollers in those little cylinder packs and they also made packets of Coconut Quivers. I remember when you could buy 50c worth of lollies n 2c would get you 3 lollies so 50 cents worth was a lot of lollies back then. But they were flat fruit flavoured candy covered in a wax paper and then plastic Am I remembering right … that it was made by Smalls? I certainly remember them. Wherever possible, MyLollies strives to use Australian-made products. Similar to a Mars bar but nicer . Fruit tingles licorice blocks 8 for a penny. DARRELL LEA VINTAGE 1960's CARAMELS MADE UP DUMMY WITH ORIGINAL WRAPPER. And Spuds. Space Bars I was beginning to think they were a figment of my imagination because no one else remembers them. From Lake Como chocolates to Adelaide rally boiled lollies. And white chocolate sheriff badges, oh yum, my sister and I still dream about them! You will be amazed at the amount of happiness you can give your clients, staff, or club team mates when you give away our Mini Bags!. There is nothing today that comes anywhere near them. As I said I cannot think of anything that replicates the mouth feel. What did you hanker for? Marshamallow bars (wafers top and bottom, coconut on the sides) are still sold in Tasmania. Regular price $7.97 $7.97. They now have a Tex Bar of sorts on sale but it has wafers in it the original Tex Never did, Traffic lights round toffee lollies came in red Amber and green. My dad used to buy me one every week. Hi, does anyone remember battleships and stetsons? Five Racist And Homophobic Aussie Snacks That Deserved To Die. by Jenna Guillaume. He left us when I was 4, and that was one of my earliest memories and one of only a few memories I have of him. They'll make you smile as you remember the times when a few cents got you a whole bag of mixed lollies from the school tuckshop. Tex bar there was no flavor like it and the size of the white knights peppermint and spearmint and I think that they had a musk one also polly waffles were a meal, Yep my favourites White nights musk bars , and spearmint bars were amazing bring on a recharge !!!!!! Candy stick sized packet with aniseed balls and a small toy in the top flap. I used to lo... Haribo Friendship Rings. I worked as a tray boy for 5 years from the age of 11 to 16, the cinemas were: The Theatre Royal, Majestic, Civic, Mayfair and the York and they were all serviced by Tandy’s confectionary and chocolate. DANDY VINTAGE 1960's SHOP DISPLAY HEADER CARD REPRODUCTION CHEWING GUM. They were chocolate covered toffees (which removed to odd filling, I remember) and they were individually wrapped. Tex bars were and are still my favorite. Just before they died out, there was a sale on them. Were LLC ‘s a round aniseed lolly in a packet similar to lifesavers? I usually find them (strangly enough) in some fruit shops for $2.99. Anyway, It seemed like part of childhood was disappearing, which got us reminiscing about all the other favourite childhood lollies that were sadly ditched as well. What has happened to our modern world. Yes remember well what you could get for 10c back in the early 70’s, however I seemed to always get a bigger bag full. No one has mentioned one of my favourites ‘MILKY MAXMUM BAR’. But Ohhh do I miss my tex bars. AU $6.00 postage. 43 Things Australian Kids Of The ‘90s Know To Be True Nov 14, 2018 9:44am. ); creamy bats; the real milk bottles (not the garbaggy one now); those little red really hot balls; ironically, a toothbrush made of some kind of jelly (was it turkish delight? It's far, far superior. Does anyone remember Coffee Crisp, made by Rowntree Hoadley’s. AU $10.00 postage . After World War II, wine exports to Britain resumed. Conversation Lollies, a great favourte from the school tuck shop. You had to sit through Bailey's Barometer (drips and drops across rooftops) on Channel Ten before The Simpsons started. I am so glad I experienced that in my life it made a better person. What about sherbet cones, they used to be soft with lovely fluffy sherbet. Oh and Kooka Bars .. always loved those! yum. Some people have described the flavour as caramel and they may have had some in them but I recall that they had a very malty flavour. Putting them up on the fridge and making you ask for one is bordering on torture ……. They wouldn’t call them lollies of course, but the little kids in Mexico get chilli in their sweets. Wish they would bring them back. YUMMY. Some of our Australian lolly range begin with Sour Lollies, Hard Lollies, Gummy Lollies, Sugar Free Lollies… You known those where the good old days when people talk, more and fun times come from warm laughter not heaps of technology. Why not get one of each and while you’re at it get some Darrel Lea Liquorice Bullets. White chocolate ones in particular, think there were milk chocolate ones too. Australian Pop Of The 60s Series released by Sony Music Australia consists of 6 double CD's featuring some of Australia's Best and Rarest songs from the 60s. See more ideas about lollies, childhood memories, my childhood memories. She would give me Bertie Beetles which I loved and, the coffee crisps which were my favourites. It was the new awful tasting Nestles ones, so it wasn’t hard not to eat them. Filters. FRIDAY WAS DADS PAY DAY, HOME HE’D COME WITH A SHILLINGS WORTH OF MIXED LOLLIES, A WHITE BAG FILLED TO THE TOP. See more ideas about Australian candy, Lollies, Australian. They were available in Australia late 60’s / early 70’s. The topic came up regarding sweets we used to eat. BuzzFeed Staff, Australia Nov. 05, 2014, at 00:19 AM … Algida. By Bob Byrne on September 14, 2014 in Events. loved the fags with chocolate wrapped in thin paper; The other fags mentioned on this page were good as well,but I really loved the chocolate ones. Golly gee whilickers, do our retro lollies have some far out stories to tell. I used to lo... Haribo Friendship Rings. Smyths Confectionary used to make something called a Toffee Crunch, looked like little pillows, came in bags in the lolly section of the supermarket and when I was a little girl you could go into Coles and buy them lose by weight. The era of the returnable bottle was coming to an end and small brands started to disappear. The iconic blue wrapper depicting a steam train had the slogan ‘The Choo Choo Funtime Express’. And Choo Choo Bars. I am having trouble remembering it or describing it precisely but it was the caramel in it that I really liked. Australian Pop Of The 60s Series released by Sony Music Australia consists of 6 double CD's featuring some of Australia's Best and Rarest songs from the 60s. Aug 28, 2017 - Image result for Australian lollies from the 70's and 80s In the late 50’s we were given scorched peanut bars. I also really liked that there were two small bars in a packet. You had a Scalextrics set. Did you ever win that hovercraft..? Did the cider and Brandy Alexander lollies give you a taste for booze? Retro Lollies | Goody Goody Gum Drops Lolly Shop - Go back to "the good old days" with our range of retro old fashioned lollies. In the 60s, new licensed restaurants began to open in Melbourne. There has been a really crappy list of the best Australian lollies and choc floating around the internet. I still miss Tex Bars. Jaffas were made by a company called Sweetacres and came in a cardboard box. Does anyone remember in the late 60s eating a small chocolate bar called Zac I think, it was a hard chocolate biscuit coated in chocolate with a layer of mint as in mint slice but not soft like mint slice. And most importantly they are fun to eat. Allens Jaffas 120g. Thanks for the post I was flooded with great memories. Australian Lollies. Someone bring them back !!!! I have been trying to see if you can get them from anywhere, Yes l sure do and back in the 70s they were very popular. Penny blocks in pink and pale blue. Double Lollies - the original long lasting lolly - a real taste of days gone by. Filters. Every week at the pictures i would buy one or when we went on holidays the shop at the beach always had them. Regular price $4.97 $4.97. Ironic that WEA offers a course in Belgian Truffle Making. The lost lollies and ice creams of our childhoods that deserve a second chance. Nobody knows what I am talking about when I mention them. As a local family-owned business, we think it’s vital to invest in our own community and keep Australia strong! Long Tom was caramel and short sam my personal favourite was peppermint stickjaw toffees, toffee in patty pans, Russian toffee and coconut ice. Tandys was an Adelaide company. Dec 11, 2016 - Explore Josie C Shaw's board "AUSTRALIAN COMMERCIALS (60's,to 80's)", followed by 166 people on Pinterest. Fantales were a favourite of mine: blue box with a fan on it. Cobbers, Pink Panthers, Sherbies, Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs. I really miss my little toffee pillows. Cheers! Australian Lollies Online Although we specialise in imported confectionery, we cannot pass up providing our customers with great Australian Lollies. Hi everyone, I agree with you all, sweets and lollies just have no individual taste any more. coating reminded me of Cadbury chocolate. They were Space Food Sticks inspired by NASA of course. When I mentioned Tex bar , no-one knew what I was referring to. Violet Crumbles; Crunchie Bars; black aniseed balls (loved them!!!! Oh thanks so much for relating to the coffee crisp. As a country, we’ve contributed numerous lollies to the world’s supply; some good (Fantales, Dairy Milk Snack, Caramello Koalas), some bad … Scorched peanut bars were mums favs they are gone now. I nought them mainly as a rememberance thing. Oh yes Bronwyn Camilleri – Nigger Blocks!! Let’s say you’re in the UK, or maybe New York, or possibly in Paris. Sooooooo much better and not as ‘sickly’ sweet as a Bounty. Regular price $8.97 $8.97. Hi you all, I have read all your comments but does any one know what happened to Tandy’s. Candy stick sized packet with aniseed balls and a small toy in the top flap. Can’t find pics anyway on the internet. Haven’t had a Polly Waffle for years and Violet Crumble is definitely not the same anymore, There was sherberts that came in a white packet that had a licorice straw and MacRobertsons made the original Freddo frog, barley sugars, Cherry Ripes and Old Gold chocolate. Filters. I can’t remember if it was milk chocolate and white chocolate on a base layer of dark chocolate, or white chocolate & dark chocolate on a base layer of milk chocolate? More. Last year it was in the international section at Coles, in a yellow box, but I havem’t seen thrm for quite a w. They really need to bring all these back, with the ORIGINAL TASTES. 2. Why not get one of each and while you’re at it get some Darrel Lea Liquorice Bullets. There were Fags of course, the cigarette lollies that we used to buy in little packets and walk around pretending to smoke, like dad. Regular price $7.97 $7.97. They come in a breakable slab. Vintage FREDDO FROG ADVERTISING … So many of the favourites are long gone and ALAS the inhalation of sweet treats as a boy and up until recently, finally took its toll with a top set of false teeth and a doctors instruction to get off the sugar.. Jo from Canberra. I was trying to remember what they were called so thanks for reminding me. Regular price $6.97 $6.97. The Kooka bar was another, memorable bar also not available for years. See more ideas about Australian candy, Lollies, Australian. Australian music before 1960 had been a very low-key affair: even the keenest of audiophiles have found little slim pickings there. Would you like to support Flashbak? Choose from our Candy Shop Wholesale Lollies bagged for Retailers, Bulk Lollies Candy Buffet, or Lolly Shop gift candy jars.. They were hard jube jelly discs with a unique flavour that is similar but not quite like anything I have eaten has today. They obviously have a poor memory. Yes I agree that the Kooka bar set the precedent for the now infamous Tim Tam. What in the world were they thinking, Honey Smacks were fabulous! The Short Sam was – obviously – shorter in length, and I think a strawberry or raspberry jelly sort of flavour. AU $20.00. still miss Tex Bars, and they haven’t been around for god knows how many years! What do you miss? After 1968, society changed. I loved nigger blocks. Image credit: fs-collectibles.com . With its chewy liquorice-flavoured toffee, Choo Choo Bars were a popular confectionery bar. The only other tex bars I had been able to find descriptions of on the interest had wafers or ripple airy chocolate, nothing like I remembered. How about some Allens Minties? or Best Offer. To capture more of the British market the Wine Board opened the Australian Wine Centre in Soho, London, in 1960. From an old type of milk bar with lounge chairs and tables. There were Fags of course, the cigarette lollies that we used to buy in little packets and walk around pretending to smoke, like dad. The following lists the number one singles on the Australian Singles Chart during the 1960s. Nonetheless we have dusted off the annals and pillaged the archives to uncover the top 10 forgotten Australian bands from the ’60s. Came in orange, strawberry, lime, I think banana You know you’re a child of the ’70s if … 1. Australian Lollies Online Although we specialise in imported confectionery, we cannot pass up providing our customers with great Australian Lollies. Any pictures – long shot I know – would be sensational. If I remember correctly, Kookas were the forerunner to the current Tim Tams. I use to love kookas as well and really enjoyed them especially because there were 2 in each pkt seperated by cardboard. Feb 2, 2020 - Explore hemasreeo's board "Australian candy" on Pinterest. Ending Tuesday at 13:42 AEDST 15h 25m. I have been looking for information about a choc/marshamallow bar on the net to assist my search for its TV commercial which my brother and his school class were in. Or Red Skins, Chicos, Snakes Alive. Haribo Ring Sweets (aka Friendship Rings) - … In one of the licorice show bags we used to get dumbbells. They'll make you smile as you remember the times when a few cents got you a whole bag of mixed lollies from the school tuckshop. I a purple foil wrapper and looked a bit like a tim tam. Australian Lollies & Confectionery. It was a simpler time before the year 2000. by Jenna Guillaume. Australian Lollies & Confectionery. Regular price … I was born in 1940 and find it hard to find anyone who remembers them. We were having a discussion at work about lollies from the 60s/70s and I could remember a red ball that you used to suck on for ages, but I couldn’t remember the name of them – they were SOS cough drops. Wide range and best prices for cheap bulk Australian lollies. Made with a crumbly texture pink musk flavoured lollies that are close to 2cm across and about 0.5cm thick $2.60. Allens Party Mix 190g. Balls were released by pulling a tab as the woodpecker on front of packet poked out his tongue. Your favorite impulse buy lollies & confectionery products wholesale from The Lolly Shop and Loliland's popular hang bags. Marzipan rolled in cinnamon to look like potatoes. Or Red Skins, Chicos, Snakes Alive. You can still get them from a company called USA Foods. Summer’s nearly here: 10 ice creams and lollies that you might have forgotten from your childhood. 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