There are many English lollies out there, and with such a wide variety of sweets, it can be hard to truly choose which ones are the best British lollies ever.
English lollies generally focus on quality, which can make it even harder to choose which ones are the best considering they are all of very high quality.
However, we managed to come up with a list, and in no particular order, here are the best English lollies ever.
Cadbury Daily Milk
The absolute classic of chocolate across Britain. Cadbury Dairy Milk is the plain milk chocolate that has captivated the hearts and tastebuds of children and adults across Britain. You can choose to mix it with something, create something out of it, or combine it with other candy or just eat it plain. Regardless of what you decide to do with it, you can’t really go wrong with Cadbury Daily Milk, which is why it’s on this list of best English lollies.
Mostly associated with the older generation, wine gums are those things you remember your Dad or Grandad eating after dinner. With vibrant and funky colours, the design of the product is beautifully simple and iconic. Furthermore, their taste is unique to the product; there is none other like it.
The smaller packaged wine gums come in a unique packaging, twisted in a wrapping. This packaging is iconic and instantly recognised as wine gums.
For these reasons, wine gums get a spot on our list of best English lollies.
Flake bars are an iconic product. Not only does the crumbling chocolate taste amazing, but they commonly mixed in with ice cream to add that finishing touch. This combination is a hit amongst kids in Britain and is so popular that many ice cream trucks hold Flake bars or similar products in order to place in their ice cream cones. No matter the situation, from ice cream to anytime during the day, you can’t really go wrong with a Flake bar. These are definitely one of the greatest English lollies available.
Black Jacks come from the old school category of candy. Their retro packaging harkens back to a past time period, and has remained unchanged.
In addition to this, the rock candy famously turns your tongue black.
Because of this gimmick, the black liquorice flavoured candy is a hit amongst the kids and will continue to be for years to come.
The multi-coloured rainbow rock is one of the best and arguably one of the most popular types of candy. Many products have been developed and released emulating the design and taste of this product. The product is inherently simple, and is associated with the seaside in Britain. Regardless of its simplicity, its popularity is obvious with many creating products based on it.
Because of its popularity in Britain and globally, it definitely deserves a spot on the best English lollies ever.
Terrys Chocolate Orange
Terrys Chocolate Orange is a chocolate that draws mixed feelings. With its mix of chocolate and fruity orange, you either love it or hate it.
Many believe whoever decided to mix orange and chocolate was crazy, but it seems to be very popular across Britain, and less so around the world.
Regardless, it still deserves a spot on our list of the best English lollies ever.
This has been our list, in no particular order, of the best English lollies ever.
Like it or not, we believe these products reign supreme in the world of English lollies and will continue to make people happy across Britain and the whole world.