Name this lolly pop??

(13 Posts)
Lurkymclurker Sun 20-Jan-13 17:41:06

Sorry! Been on my phone and for some reason none of noblegiraffes posts are visible?

Just logged on the computer and that's exactly what I mean! They are perfect!

Just got to see what dp thinks now.

Thank you again!

MrsReiver Sun 20-Jan-13 17:39:47

Send an email or ring up a garden centre in the morning? grin

noblegiraffe Sun 20-Jan-13 17:31:37

How do they look different to the ones I linked to? I really can't picture what you mean!

This website does lollies for weddings, btw
www.chocolatechatter.com/product.asp?id=705

Lurkymclurker Sun 20-Jan-13 17:19:09

Thank you again but still no sad

They are also sold at the national museum, they are normally displayed in ceramic pots that are the same shape as an old fashioned milk pail. Or we're when I went last went (2010 ish)

It's so frustrating!

HyvaPaiva Sun 20-Jan-13 16:15:18

I think you are looking sugalikkers like these. You can buy a variety of flavours here.

BillyBollyDandy Sun 20-Jan-13 16:08:05

The ones linked to by Noble Giraffe are what I was thinking of?

Lurkymclurker Sun 20-Jan-13 16:06:50

Thank you by the way!!!!

Lurkymclurker Sun 20-Jan-13 16:06:29

Alas hmm similar but the ones you have found are thin and flat, the ones I want (rather like me) are short and fat

noblegiraffe Sun 20-Jan-13 16:04:14
FringeEvent Sun 20-Jan-13 16:02:07
Lurkymclurker Sun 20-Jan-13 15:50:23

Thanks for trying, unfortunately not hmm

The ones I am thinking of are white and colour striped and are individually wrapped.

It's getting so frustrating now! Sorry if my post is abrupt but I'm putting way too much thought into this lol

PeachActiviaMinge Sun 20-Jan-13 15:38:12

Joesph Dobson Lollipops?

Lurkymclurker Sun 20-Jan-13 15:25:00

Stripy
Fat and round (squashed ball shape)
Sold in garden centres and holiday places like Cornwall
The same people make candy canes
Flavours like strawberry and cream or blackberry and apple

Trying to find black and white ones to show DP as part of our favours but nothing I search for brings up what I'm thinking of.

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