My Sweet tooth has been very happy this week because my Scoff Box that I had been sent to review turned up.
The boxes are a monthly subscription retro sweet box that is sent to you from the company scoff club. They send a different box filled with different tasting sweets each month. They are great for kids and adults as the sweets will be a blast from the past of what you used to eat.
I do love my sweets and chocolate and I'm a big kid when it comes to them. My parents used to always give me 20p to spend after school and I would head to the shop and fill my bag with penny sweets. When I started to open the box I was very excited and wondered which sweets I would be getting.
The sweets were nicely wrapped in a lovely bright yellow tissue paper with a sticker closing it up saying. Enjoy your scoff.
I peeled the sticker off and opened it to reveal a rainbow of colourful sweets. They looked and smelt so delicious and within seconds I was having a good route through to see what there was. There was such a good selection. Watermelon Rockets, Tutti Fruiti Fizzy Cubes, Chocolate Honeycomb, Jelly Babies, Clotted Cream Toffee Bonbons, Eye Poppers Bubblegum and Reeses Pieces. I have to say that they did really well with choice of sweets to send as I love most of those sweets. Only ones I dislike are Reeses Pieces which is okay as my partner loves them, and I wasn't to keen on the sound of Clotted Cream Bonbons.
I opened up some of the bags and put some of the sweets into a bowl to try. First I was dying to try the Watermelon Rockets. They sounded the nicest, and they were! Sour but really sweet and they had a lovely flavour. Then I scoffed down lots of Jelly Babies, and then popped a Fizzy Cube into my mouth. Oh Wow the Fizzy Cubes are definetly what they describe on the packet, super sour and super fizzy.. just the way I like them. My Tastebuds were happy with them!
I gave the Bonbons a try but as expected I wasn't to keen, never been a big toffee fan but thats just my personal preference.
I was also super happy to see Honeycomb in there. Its one of my favourites and always reminds me of the craft fair that happened once a year at my local church. I would always go and always come away with some honeycomb. Delicious.
I think the scoff boxes are a brilliant idea although for me I don't actually scoff my sweets to fast and not all of it would be gone by a months end. Though I would be very happy to have a monthly supply of my favourites such as honeycomb. One thing I think that could be added if you had a subscription is something on the website where you can tick which things in the box you enjoyed or didn't. So if you didn't like bonbons you wouldn't get sent them again.
You can subscribe to the Scoff Club for £12.99 a month or take up a 3 months subscription or 6 months subscription for £34.99 or £69.99.
Head here to take a better look or sign up now.
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That's a hard question! I think I'm going to say Milk Bottles :)ReplyDelete
I've always liked those orange aniseed sucking candies but I don't know if they have like an official name or not.ReplyDelete
Fruit salads I loved them so much, and still do.ReplyDelete
Black jacks yummy and always a black tongue xReplyDelete
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fruit salads or white miceReplyDelete
Oh I so many favourite childhood sweets! My absolute favourites would have to be flying saucers, cola cubes, and cough candy twists, mmmmmm :) xReplyDelete
I used to LOVE the white chocolate buttons with sprinkles on them :)ReplyDelete
Coloured Hebert that turns your hand blueReplyDelete
kola cubes :)ReplyDelete
Toffos !! They were fab 💏ReplyDelete
White chocolate miceReplyDelete
I loved Cola Cubes!ReplyDelete
I always loved rum balls.ReplyDelete
Black jacks and fruit saladsReplyDelete
Fruit Salad xReplyDelete
my favourite was coconut mushroomsReplyDelete
Those lovely had liquorice sticksReplyDelete
I used to love Atomic Fireballs that came in a bright yellow box! Me and my older brother used to dare each other how many we could put in our mouths at once without our head nearly exploding from the hat of the aniseed!!ReplyDelete
Fizzy cola bottlesReplyDelete
fruit salads and black jacksReplyDelete
White mice xReplyDelete
Black jacks ...still love them now ☺☺ReplyDelete
I love fizzy cola bottles xReplyDelete
Fizzy cola bottles. You can't beat 'em!ReplyDelete
I loved gummy sweets, like the little blue dolphins. :)ReplyDelete
Oh what a great selection. they take me right back to being at school and sneaking in a bag of sweets.ReplyDelete
Black jacks. yum. black tongue!ReplyDelete
I always loved shrimps, I think they taste of sugar and cardboard now but loved them when I was a kidReplyDelete
oo i loved the candy cigarettes but you have to call them candy sticks now,me and my friends would walk round pretending to smoke lol well we were only 7 or 8 year oldReplyDelete
God there are so many, in my day we went to the ice cream van and got a 10p mix-up of half penny sweets. I loved choc tools, Chelsea whoppers, oh and black jacksReplyDelete
I loved the little blackberry and raspberry jellies that were covered in loads of little sugar balls for the pips!ReplyDelete
Space Dust :)ReplyDelete
Fruit salad chewsReplyDelete
OMG so hard to choose as all sweets were my fav , but will choose Fizzy Cola Bottles :)ReplyDelete
satin cushions and sherbet pips was my faveReplyDelete
I loved Dolly Mixtures and still do!ReplyDelete
Peanut brittle from the shop opposite!ReplyDelete
My favourite childhood sweet was sweet Peanuts, still love them now.ReplyDelete
I grew up in Rhodesia and my favourite was actually jelly powder... we used to lick it off our hands.ReplyDelete
Does anybody remember the white chewy spearmint sweets with a green stripe called Pacers? I used to love them!ReplyDelete
Cola bottles but not the fizzy ones.ReplyDelete
chocolate tools xReplyDelete
So many to choice from, but loved sherbert lemons!ReplyDelete
Aniseed balls! xReplyDelete
rhubarb & custardReplyDelete
Fruit salad & black jacksReplyDelete
Fruit salad & black jacksReplyDelete
So hard to just pick one, but I'll go with Foamy BananasReplyDelete
Liquorice or Black JacksReplyDelete
I absolutely adored mojo's, they were super tasty and great value!ReplyDelete
I used to love flying saucers :)ReplyDelete
I loved Fruit Salad and Black Jacks!ReplyDelete
I used to love Parma Violets and Gummy Bears, mind you I still love them now :)ReplyDelete
cherry lips. my mouth is watering looking at all these sweets. Heaven in a box. :)ReplyDelete
Black jacks mmmmmmmmmReplyDelete
Parma Violets :-)ReplyDelete
Black Jacks xReplyDelete
Blackjacks but ours were made with salty licourice xReplyDelete
Highland Toffee was my fave, i still love it lolReplyDelete
I loved fruit salads and black jacks!ReplyDelete
My favourite was fizzy saucers. I used to bite them and then pour the sherbert onto my tongueReplyDelete
I adore retro sweets xReplyDelete
i adore Reece's pieces. quite hard to find them in the shopsReplyDelete
Chocolate honeycomb! Yums!ReplyDelete
Nice way to get treats.ReplyDelete
This looks great xReplyDelete
Seems like a nice way to get sweets.ReplyDelete
I love Retro sweets xReplyDelete
Retro sweets always take me straight back to my childhood! They were much cheaper then!ReplyDelete
These take me straight back to my childhood!ReplyDelete
Wow these look amazingReplyDelete
I had forgotten all about watermelon rockets! I too used to love going in the sweetshop to choose the 1p sweets! It was much more fun than it is just buying a bag like you do today!ReplyDelete
Wow, these look delicious and a fun gift idea,ReplyDelete