We were sent a huge bucket full of spooky sweets and lollipops from Swizzle Matlow from their special Halloween Collection. I was really surprised that the trick or treat mix tub was only £4 - it boasts over 80 sweeties so perfect for parties or trick or treaters and its full of classics such drumsticks and love hearts along with spooky specials such as pumpkin lollipops!
We also got to sample some spooky dip which was a strip of 4 frightening flavours of sherbert dip for £1 with tongue colour changing dippers!
Scooby doo gruesome gums gummy sweets are awesome and we really enjoyed the Scooby doo fiendish fizzies which are like love hearts but in Halloween colours and Scooby doo images - yikes!
Spooky Halloween sweets
British confectionery giant and king of the trick or treat season, Swizzels Matlow Ltd, is gearing up for the Halloween season with a range of ghoulish party delights.
This year’s terrifying treats include special treat bags and tubs of Swizzels Matlow’s perennial favourites, including Love Hearts, Drumsticks, Fizzers, New Refreshers and Fruity Pops. There are also big bags and tubs of treats for party goers or families to share, including Trick or Treat Lolly Mix, Monster Treats and Spooky Treat or Trick Mix.
Mega Drumsticks now have a black and orange wrapper, while Double Dip becomes Spooky Dip, with a blackcurrant flavour leaving tongues black!
Products are available in a host of national supermarkets. Sarah-Louise Heslop, marketing manager at Swizzels Matlow, said:
“This year’s Halloween range is perfect for any hellish Halloween parties. Our lollies, dips, sweets, tubs and packs are all adorned with creepy packaging – ideal presents for hungry trick or treaters. Don’t forget to stock up for fright night!”
Swizzels Matlow is the UK’s largest family-owned independent sugar confectionery business and one of the few confectionery companies to still manufacture sweets in the UK. The company makes a range of well known products including Love Hearts, New Refreshers, Drumstick Lollies, Rainbow Drops, Double Lollies and Fruity Pops.
Emma in Bromley xx