These are yummy traditional Scottish sweets.
They are pyramid shaped and candy flavoured.
They are brown in colour and taste of a delicious toffee.
An all round delicious boiling sweet.
Great for keeping in the car.
Quality of these sweets is fab as its such an iconic brand.
Sugar,Glucose, treacle, colours : E150D.
Posted by Anne mcconnell on 20th Feb 2019
Fantastic service. Thank you 5*
Posted by Jillian Pollock on 14th Aug 2018
I love these and they are great if you are going on holiday as they really last and full of flavour
Posted by Jillian Pollock on 31st Oct 2017
These are tasty and great for travelling as they last a long time
Posted by Janette on 8th Dec 2016
Used to but these after school in Forsyths sweetie shop in Hamilton. Since living in Devon never seen them. Thank you for these really yummy.
Posted by Captain Burrito on 6th Nov 2015
I am quite partial to rich sugar candies. I love the one you get in mixed boilings but also in Japan they have a rich black sugar sweet. The latter is rich and almost smoky. That is the best i have tried but it is rather expensive.
This one is pretty decent even if it doesn't quite reach the heights of the japanese one or quite as rich as the one in mixed boilings (i suspect that one has some butter).
This is a nice reminder of the good old days and quite soothing.
Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2014
Father in law loved these sweets when he was a child looked every where for them on the internet not many places sell them just like the sweets he remembered. Lx
Posted by Unknown on 29th Apr 2014
I have been looking for these sweets since I moved south. They are just like I remember them. Thank you.
Posted by Susan Adam Facebook sweetie taster on 18th Aug 2013
I have never worked out why they are called candy balls when they are not round! but I love the taste of these traditional sweets. Sook them and they last for ages.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Aug 2013