Christmas with Tangerine Confectionery

A couple of weeks ago, after a long old Friday at work I got home to discover a giant mystery box awaiting me. I had Bob with me at the time and we spent a few minutes speculating what could possibly be inside before curiosity got the better of us and we broke in to it.

It was with complete delight that we discovered a box packed full of sugary goodness from Tangerine Confectionery who had put together a selection of their products ideal for the festive season as well as a few games and the ultimate festive film- Home Alone. We wasted no time at all in getting stuck in.

The Sweet Champions box was undoubtedly the star of the show for us, crammed full of favourites such as black jacks, wham bars and sherbet fountains we loved everything about this. It would make a fantastic stocking filler for any sweet addict, or a great alternative to the festive boxes of chocolates that everyone hoards at this time of year. You’ll find this is all major supermarkets for around the £4.00 mark, I’ll certainly be buying a few now that quality street and roses aren’t what they used to be (sore subject around these parts).

Also within the box was a selection of stocking filler ideas such as the Vimto jellybeans and bonbons set (my favourite), a box containing princes marshmallows and chocolate covered marshmallows and another containing wham bars and cosmic sour sweets. I really liked these little boxes of fun which I’ve seen for sale in Wilko for a very reasonable £2.00.

I’m not a fan of fruit flavoured chocolate very much so the Raspberry ruffles didn’t appeal to me, but the mint ones are confirmed delicious. These are a proper blast from my past and would be good as part of a hamper gift of for offering around to guests.

Being the resourceful people we are we also utilised the big gold box all of these products were packaged in…
I’ll do a full post on the recipient soon as he is long over-due an introduction, but in the meantime check out our twelve week old bundle of trouble enjoying his new crib…
The products in this post were a gift from Tangerine Confectionary and I was under no obligation to post, all opinions are mine and Bob’s (with a little help from Pablo).

One comment for “Christmas with Tangerine Confectionery

  1. You are SO right about Quality Street and Roses!!!! They taste awful!!!!
    My favourite sweets are Drumstick Squashies at the moment! I am obsessed!