Gibbs Soor Plooms

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Soor Plooms by Gibbs 

A good old fashioned sweet. A true favourite for the oldies.

The name says it all. Its a Hard boiling with that soor but magic taste.

A gorgeous green coloured ball shape

A great sooky sweet as we would say here in Scotland

Made in Scotland and is our best seller hands down.

A must try sweet if you haven't already.

Ideal for wedding favours in a wee bag or small jar.

Ingredients

Sugar, glucose syrup, citric acid, flavourings, colours (E102, E142)

 

 

 

Reviews

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  • 5
    tasty

    Posted by Rich on 27th Jul 2020

    haven't had these for such a long time and taste just as I remembered

  • 5
    fantastic

    Posted by Caz on 17th Jul 2020

    A brilliant sweet great sour flavour takes me back to my childhood would definitely recommend

  • 5
    Sour plooms

    Posted by Sally blair on 1st Jul 2020

    Bought these last week for my son every time he visit us in Scotland he is always looking for them. I sent him a bag of them to his place in Lake District and he was so happy as they tasted as he remembered. Quality, tastied good,and value for money.

  • 5
    Birthday Gift

    Posted by Theresa Duff on 19th Apr 2020

    Bought as alternative birthday gift for my mum who loved these

  • 5
    Very sour

    Posted by Catherine Walker on 13th Aug 2018

    I love them

  • 5
    Soor Plooms

    Posted by liz Steen on 6th Jun 2018

    These are delicious taking me right back to my school days. There is a decent amount for the very reasonable cost.

  • 5
    Simply the best sour plooms

    Posted by Isabel on 16th Dec 2016

    Sour plooms were great. Definitely will buy again

  • 5
    Still Great Taste- Soor Plooms

    Posted by Anne on 2nd Jun 2016

    I haven't had these since I was wee and from my memories they haven't changed much - still great

  • 4
    Memories of gran

    Posted by Chris Quinn on 23rd Nov 2013

    Mt gran always had a bag of these in her apron pocket, these certainly don't taste any different to when she used to have them. Traditional and best soor plooms around