1970s Sweet Shop
Aniseed Alley
  • Black Jacks - One of the best classic British sweets EVER - we love them! They`re aniseed-flavour chewy black rectangles with a delicious and unique taste, and they make your tongue go black - so not to be munched just before you go out on that hot d... More..
  • Lions Poor Bens - Do you spend forever digging out the black ones in the Lions Sports Mixture? Do you lament the replacement of Liquorice gums with Blackcurrant (booo!)? Well if you do, save yourself a load of stress, and get a quarter of Lions Poor ... More..
  • Barratts Spogs (aka Jelly Buttons) - no we did not know these were called Spogs either (if you know of any other names for them please let us know!).They are the blue and pink aniseedy sweets out of liquorice allsorts - the ones you either head strai... More..
  • Liquorice and Aniseed - the two powerful flavours in one boiled sweet. Just make sure, if you are planning to snog someone, that they have had one too - or that they like the taste - or you could have a marmite moment!!!!! - Qty In Order: a quarter ... More..
  • Aniseed Balls - a traditional favourite - like little gobstoppers and with a strong aniseed flavour. - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kilogram - just over 8.8 ounces... More..
  • Aniseed Twists - An old favourite boiled sweet that`s been around for years and years! They`re twisty shaped with a lovely refreshing aniseed taste - so if you`re a fan of aniseed, give these babies a try... they`re good! - Qty In Order: a quarter o... More..


Everybody loves sweets and finding the old retro sweet shop while you're out shopping is always a treat. So it's a huge thing for me that AQuarterOF the biggest and best UK supplier of retro sweets has agreed to partner up with me let me create my very own 70s Sweet Shop. So grab your gobstoppers, put your dibs on your Dib Dabs and sizzle your Space Dust or just spend your doubloons on some Spanish Gold.