Dairy Free SweetsThe dairy free sweets in this category contain no dairy, lactose or dairy products.
These little fellers have different flavour tasty sherbet crystals inside the liquorice tube. We're not sure why they are called flyers though. Maybe because they fly off the shelves These are the Giant Liquorice Flyers (14cm long and 1cm diameter)...they're not exactly big, imagine the small ones...!
They're a bit like a Sherbet Fountain, but in reverse!
Price is for 1 Liquorice Flyer
Sugar;Wheat Flour;Treacle;Water;Colours (E150c; E162; E160a; E100);Liquorice Extract;Humectant (E422);Citric Acid;Salt;Stabilisers (E414; E413);Flavourings;Dextrose;Emulsifier (E471)’Û_
Aka Space Ships, Sherbet Discs, etc, etc.
Little disks of edible paper filled with a tangy sherbet. They were first made in the 1960's and are still popular today.
And, oh, how they melt in your mouth!
Price is for approx 27 Flying Saucers
Sugar; maize starch; dextrose; tartaric acid; sodium hydrogen carbonate; flavourings; colours: E100; E132; E162
4 flavours of sour American sherbet with a stick of hard candy in each pouch.
Sour Watermelon, Sour Green Apple, Sour Cherry, Sour Blue Raspberry
On a scale of sourness, we'd give it 7/10, its sour but not lethal!