Food of the Seventies, Royal Crowns

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A hard candy packaged in a tube similar to LifeSavers. The best flavor was wild cherry. They were also available in lemon, orange, grape and I believe a mint of some kind. All the fruit flavors were tarter than a LifeSaver. The closest I have come to matching the cherry flavor Royal Crown is the cherry Jolly Ranchers. The package had a image of a gold crown on it.
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Jean E Whitehead - September 07, 2008 - Report this comment
I think ROYAL CROWN HARD CANDIES are discontinued! They were wonderful..
Mark Lamb - October 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Crown Royal candies used to be available at Woolworth Stores. I just returned from Frankfurt, Germany and went to a Woolworth, because I had not seen one in years. To my disappointment there were not to be found.

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