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27 June, 2006

Big Tips Candy Collection

Big Tips Candy CollectionAll the old candy bars that I used to love while growing up in the 1970s are now together in one nostaligic collection called, "Big Tips Candy Collection".

The new "limited-edition" collection contains 15 childhood favorites including:

Christopher's Big Cherry
Pearson's Bun Bar
Necco Clark Bar
Goo Goo Cluster
Owyhee Idaho Spud Bar (my Dad's favorite)
Boyer Mallo Cup
Brown & Haley Mountain Bar
Pearson's Nut Goodie
Owyhee Old Faithful
Peanut Chews
Annabelle's Rocky Road
Pearson's Salted Nut Roll
Necco Sky Bar
Palmer Twin Bing Candy Bar

To top it off, each box contains a nifty coloring book starting Tippy Tapperton, the porcupine whose cartoonish face graces the box cover. The suggested retail price is $20.00.

You can buy it online from Big Tips Candy.


Lesley on 6/27/2006 09:12:00 PM said...

You don't need that collection to get Goo Goo Clusters! They never went away, they've been produced on a steady basis right here in Nashville for years and years.

However, they were recently looking for a new VP of Sales and Marketing. I'm guessing there's a good reason why. Perhaps no one outside the state of Tennessee eats or can even buy them!

Anonymous said...

I think what makes the collection "limited edition" is the coloring book since the collection for Big Tips hasn't changed in a couple of years (that I know of).

I found that the 99 Cent Only and Dollar Tree have been carrying the Goo Goo Cluster - which I think is my favorite next to the Peanut Chews in that collection. (But I haven't tried the Mountain Bar yet.)

Anonymous said...

I LOVE Big Tips Candy. I bought the collection and discovered some amazing new favorites. Anyone had the PB Mountain Bar? I found out that indeed all the candy bars are available but they are hard to find! That Big Tips Candy Collection makes a perfect present (shoulda seen Dad on Father's Day!) and they make a good party treat. Forget cheese, lay a few bars out on a cutting board and see what happens to the crowd. I hope they don't change the bar line up anytime soon cuz it is perfect. Dig it.

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