Food of the Seventies, Toffee-fay (sp?) Chocolates

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Toffee-fays were a candy that was introduced around '77 or '78. They were little caramel cups containing a hazel nut, filled with a milk chocolate truffle-like fill, and then a dollop of dark chocolate on the top. They came in a package of 4 chestnut-sized cups. Their slogan/jingle was, "Toffee-fay, it's too good for kids. Toffee-fay, it's for grown-ups..." I used to buy them at the Rexall on my way home from high school while I waited to transfer buses downtown. You can still find them and they are still really yummy!
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  • Storck - (report)
    It is spelled Toffifay, I love them and Walgreens also sells them! Made by Storck

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Kathy - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
Can no longer get it at Walgreens in my area but they have it at Kmart of all places :)

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