1970s Sweet Shop
Minty Magic
  • Mint Humbugs - Mmmm. . . I wonder if there`s any connection between Scrooge`s humbug, and our lip-smackingly delicious minty sweets? Mmm. . .ok. . .maybe not. Anyway, these lovely sweets are as traditional as you can get. Aaaaah, the lovely brown s... More..
  • Jesmona Black Bullets - a traditional minty favourite from the NorthEast. We stock the real ones. . . they just have to be made by Jesmona to be proper!!! - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kilogram - just over 8.8 ounces... More..
  • Mintoes - boiled sweets with a minty taste with a difference - they taste almost buttery too - giving a nice rich, refreshing mouth feel (we read in a book that this is the posh term we should be using!) - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kilogram - just... More..
  • Hand Made Iron Brew Humbugs - Aaaah, Iron Brew - one of the best flavours ever! These are beautiful handmade humbugs made by our pals in Scotland. They taste divine (you can tell they`re made by hand), and look stunning.Like little Iron Brew jewel... More..
  • Murray Mints - quite simply &"too good to hurry mints&". - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kilogram - just over 8.8 ounces... More..
  • Best English Mints - pure smooth mints made by Barker and Dobson. - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kilogram - just over 8.8 ounces... More..
  • Spearmint Chews - If you like your mints chewy these should do the trick nicely! They are delicious chewy sweets with a fabulous cooooooool, spearmint taste. They start off hard... and soften nicely in your mouth! - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kil... More..
  • Taveners Black and White Mints - These are absolutely delicious! We love the blend of rich dark liquorice and the bite of sweet refreshing mint. A classic and moreish combination of the traditional sweet made by Barker and Dobson. STOP PRESS: Those ... More..
  • Sugar Free Everton Mints - a delicious sugar free version of the traditional favourite. Ingredients: Sweetener, Isomalt, Liquorice powder, Oil of Peppermint, Natural Colours E153 - Qty In Order: a quarter of a kilogram - just over 8.8 ounces... More..
  • Everton Mints - Such a traditional British sweet! Now, the question is, why are they called Everton Mints? Are you sitting comfortably? Then we`ll begin. . . the sweets were made by Mother Noblett`s Toffee Shop in the Liverpool district of Everton... 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.