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So you had the original flavor version of the Sweethearts, right? (It's hard to tell because there's no white or blue there.) The package looks like the old ones.

I used to love the SweeTarts hearts - they were big dense ones that made that poker chip plink sound. Now the Bunnies, Chicks & Ducks don't even have the same flavors any longer, there's no point in buying them. (I like them in this order: yellow, purple, lime green and I don't eat the blue punch or cherry.) Even on sale after the holidays there's no point in buying a box to only eat 1/3 of them.

I don't think I've tried Brach's in years... this year I couldn't even find them.


Yes, original flavor of Sweethearts, sorry I did not mention that.

I was going to mention that and then forgot, I'll add an update today. I haven't tried the Bunnies, Chicks and Ducks yet this year, your comment makes me very sad if they do not taste the same though. That was one of our favorites of the season!

Brach's are very easy to find in our area for some reason, I can purchase almost anything they make, during every holiday. It's a shame you cannot find them. Thank you for the comment!

Candy Professor

Isn't it funny with all the new lasers and printers and who knows what all, they still can't get the little red letters onto the hearts! I see Wonka tried a different route, but IMHO those really don't look anything like what I'd expect my conversation hearts to look like! We had some no-brand offerings here, something packaged in a Barbie car and made in Canada. Wonder who else is making these?

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