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Gibbs Soor Plooms

£1.40
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Description

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
    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

  • 5
    Great sweet

    Posted by Patricia. Pennington on 6th Nov 2013

    Still got the power to draw your jaws in.lol.

  • 5
    great old fashioned sweets

    Posted by sharon on 12th Oct 2013

    loved these "soor plooms". Loved the price and taste!!

  • 5
    Look great on a candy table!

    Posted by Lynne on 16th Sep 2013

    Bought these for part of my candy buffet - I'd never heard of them but was amazed how many people had and they were thrilled to devour them at the party!

  • 5
    As they were

    Posted by Donna on 22nd Jul 2013

    these are just as they udsed to be. Delicious.

  • 5
    Soor and Green!

    Posted by Susan Adam, Facebook Sweetie Taster on 12th Mar 2013

    sour but extremely moreish! you can sook them for ages. draws your jaws in but taste great

  • 5
    Claire Norman, Facebook sweet taster!

    Posted by Claire Norman, Facebook sweet taster! on 27th Feb 2013

    Soor..very soor..