As a fan of pick n mix – and sweets in general – I couldn’t resist when I was offered the chance to review one of the pick n mix boxes from Panda Sweets. Especially after I browsed the website and discovered all the tempting varieties they have on offer.
Panda Sweets is an online traditional sweet shop that has a delicious range of sweets to purchase – from boiled sweets to marshmallow to fudge to liquorice to lollipops. You can either order a jar or bag of your favourite sweets, or buy a box full of multiple flavours. There’s the retro sweet hamper for £19.99 (or £79.99 if you want to share your treats with your family, friends or colleagues) or the retro sweet gift box, which costs between £9.99 and £25.00. I personally received the Pick N Mix Sweet Box, which costs £7.49. That may seem costly at first, but the amount of sweets that are in the box is definitely worth that price!
So what sweets did I get?
Here’s just some of the sweets I received:
- Milk chocolate beans
- Chocolate footballs
- Chocolate mice
- Mini pencils
- Cola bottles
- Foam bananas
- Foam mushrooms
- Blackberry and raspberry
- Jelly smiles
- Various gummies
As you can see, there is so much choice in the Pick N Mix Sweet Box that you’re bound to receive your faves! I personally enjoyed the marshmallows, mini pencils and cola bottles the most!
Would I recommend Panda Sweets?
If you want some nibbles for your next movie night or are looking for a fun (very early) Christmas present your children or friends, I’d highly recommend checking out Panda Sweets. Their sweets are a real blast from the past and ideal for anyone who finds it difficult to find traditional sweets from their childhood. And the element of surprise that comes with their Pick N Mix box is an added bonus!
Feel like treating yourself or a loved one to a box of goodies from Panda Sweets? Use the code SERENA1 to get 15% off your order (it expires on 31/11/2020).
What are your favourite sweets? Or are you more of a savoury person? Let me know in the comments!
Disclaimer: I was sent the products from Panda Sweets for this post. All words and images are my own.