Sorry, If You’re Under 40 There’s No Way You’ll Pass This Candy Quiz

Gepostet 1 hour ago

Good luck, Millennials and Gen Z.


  1. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Everyone likes Bit O’Honey…but it helps if you hang at the beach and have a guitar.


    Via Candy Warehouse


  2. Correct!

    Wrong!

    The fancy name is ‘Cinnamon Imperials’. The street name is ‘Boca en llamas’.


    Via All City Candy


  3. Correct!

    Wrong!

    What would you do for 100 Grand?


    Via Candy Warehouse


  4. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Back in the day, there was just regular Spree (like these). Then Wonka came out with chewy Spree. If you were quiet enough, you could munch on these during math class and not get caught.


    Via Blair Candy


  5. Correct!

    Wrong!

    The chocolate business was always a bust in summer, so the next best idea was to create miniature min-flavored versions of lifesavers. Kind of. Lifesavers’ shape was actually a machinery fluke. That’s a happy accident!


    Via Resnick Distributors


  6. Correct!

    Wrong!

    These little chocolate covered caramels were invented back in 1928 and remain a staple for movie theater-goers everywhere.


    Via Amazon


  7. Correct!

    Wrong!

    ‘Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger’…including siblings. Sorry, sis.


  8. Correct!

    Wrong!

    So charming…just don’t swallow the gum! That’ll sit in your stomach for 7 years.


    Via Amazon


  9. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Fun fact: this candy bar is named after the 1920s dance style, The Charleston. So grab a bar and start dancing.


    Via The Candy Encyclopedia


  10. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Everyone always assumed that it was cherry…Wonka had us all fooled because we never read the box.


    Via Amazon


  11. Correct!

    Wrong!

    You’ll always remember how the flavor lingered in your mouth for hours…


    Via Old Time Candy


  12. Correct!

    Wrong!

    There is no such thing as a Burger Bar, but the other three are real! While the Chicken Dinner Bar and the Milkshake Bar are no longer in production, you can still buy Club Sandwich bars. And no. They don’t taste like bacon.


    Via Costas Foods Inc.


  13. Correct!

    Wrong!

    These crispy candy bars are coated with coconut and taste a bit like a Butterfinger. But if you picked correctly, you probably already knew that.


    Via The Club Price


  14. Correct!

    Wrong!

    These were the best! Little fruit-shaped gum that had tiny candy seeds inside of each piece. The things people come up with…


    Via Nuts.com


  15. Correct!

    Wrong!

    They’re basically little gummy lifesavers in a clear plastic wrapper. But hey! You can seal them right back up so you don’t eat them all in one sitting (said no one, ever).


    Via Old Time Candy


  16. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Chocolate covered marshmallow sprinkled with cashew. If you want to experience heaven, use this for S’mores — you’re welcome.


    Via Candy Warehouse


  17. Correct!

    Wrong!

    It’s so big, you can see it from space


    Via Amazon


  18. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Seems like Hubba Bubba stayed away from fake electronics, but that didn’t stop them from making gum that came in bandaid tins, now did it?


    Via Pinterest


  19. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Just pretend that when you’re eating one of these candy-filled wafers, you’re getting revenge on the aliens in Independence Day.


    Via Amazon


  20. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Usually a staple at Christmas, these chewy caramels are a nice pick-me-up whenever you’re feeling down. Unless they melt. Then you’ve got a mess to clean up.


    Via All City Candy


  21. Correct!

    Wrong!

    There is absolutely nothing horrible about marshmallow, almond, or coconut…unless you don’t like coconut.


    Via Old Time Candy


  22. Correct!

    Wrong!

    While Tear Jerkers, Cry Babies, and Sourpatch kids all branched out with line extension, ZotZ stayed true to what they do best.


    Via Blair Candy


  23. Correct!

    Wrong!

    Haribo is the original gummy candy creator. While they make everything from bears to frogs to cola bottles, the one thing they don’t make is octopuses (or octopi…whatever it is nowadays).


    Via Amazon


  24. Correct!

    Wrong!

    The use of passionfruit was a game-changer and made this lollipop an out of this world experience (haha). It was a hit with kids, especially the musically-inclined ones.


    Via Wakarusa Dime Store


  25. Correct!

    Wrong!

    But then again, who doesn’t like Baby Ruth?


    Via Baby Ruth

So, how’d you measure up? Let us know in the comments below!


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