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Name That Candy: Cone Shaped Lollipops

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We recently got an email from a reader named Danielle who has been trying to remember the name of a lollipop she remembers from the 90′s in Louisiana. I wasn’t able to find the name of it anywhere online, so I thought I’d throw it out there for all our loyal readers. Can you help her out with the name? Are they still available? Leave a comment and let us know!

I have been searching for a candy online and I cannot find any leads at all. It was a sucker that was possibly 3-4 colors. Red, Green, Yellow, and maybe clear. Shapped like a cone with wax on the bottom. For some reason, “Rocket Pop” sticks out in my mind but I can’t find anything about it online.

Location: South Louisiana
Approximate Year: in the 90′s.
Quantity: Bought Individually
Wrapper: Clear wrap. The candy was in a cone shape and it was just wrapped around with the top folded over and the bottom extended past the candy.
Size: A few inches tall?

Name That Candy: Cinnamon Balls in a Tube

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Name That Candy

I got an email from a reader named Jennifer today trying to find the name of a long-lost candy. We get many, many of these types of emails and 95% of the time I don’t recognize the candy so I refer them to our Name That Candy Forum. This one was different though. I, too, remember this candy and the taste of it instantly flooded back into my memory, but I cannot remember its name. Below is Jennifer’s summary of what we remember about it. Can anyone help us remember the name?

For years now I have been searching for the name of a wonderful cinnamon candy I had in the 80′s as a kid. I remember the packaging almost more than the candy, so with Brian’s help I think we have both the candy and packaging covered. The candy itself were small red balls a little larger than BB’s, a little smaller than Tart N Tinys. The center was pressed dextrose similar to the center of a Gobstopper and the balls were coated with a red candy shell. They were sweet cinnamon… not too hot/spicy. They came in a very thick fuzzy (not smooth) red and white cardboard roll (Brian just remembers the tube and the candy, not the color or fuzziness), about the same size as a roll or quarters. On the top there was a round red plastic flip top. I can almost hear the sound of the little balls clicking as I would hold the roll between my thumb and pointer finger and flip it back and forth and can remember the taste as if it were yesterday. Now if we could only remember the name, that’s where you guys come in! Can someone please help a girl out and put me out of my misery… What was the name of that Candy??

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