Friday, October 15, 2010

Halloween 2010 Product Run Down

Since this is the sixth Halloween I’ve covered on Candy Blog, it’s hard to find Halloween candies to feature that I haven’t reviewed before. So I thought I’d do a run down of what I’ve been seeing in stores again this year for the Halloween Season. These are just candies that are special to Halloween, not regular candy in large bags or with special wrappers.

Candy Corn Kisses

HERSHEY’S

  • Caramel Apple Kisses (review)
  • Candy Corn Kisses (review)
  • Pumpkin Spice Kisses (review)
  • Orange colored KitKats
  • Reese’s Pumpkins
  • York Peppermint Patties shaped like Pumpkins with Orange colored filling
  • Sky Bar - Eclipse - Caramel Filled  Milk Chocolate

    NECCO

  • Twilight Eclipse Candies (review)
  • Mary Jane Peanut Butter Kisses (review)
  • Clark Wicked Mix (review)
  • Mary Jane Wicked Mix (review)
  • Mellocreme Zombies (I still haven’t found these)
  • Candy Corn

    FARLEY’S & SATHERS (BRACH’S)

  • Brach’s Milk Maid Caramel Candy Corn (review)
  • Brach’s Autumn Mix (review)
  • Brach’s Halloween Mix (flavored mellocreams in holiday shapes) (review)
  • Brach’s Indian Corn
  • Brach’s Mellocreme Pumpkins
  • Brach’s Gummy Candy Corn (review)
  • Bat Dots

    TOOTSIE

  • Blood Orange Dots (Bats) (review)
  • Ghost Dots (Clear)  (review)
  • Candy Corn Dots (Vanilla)  (review)
  • Orchard Mix Caramel Apple Pops (review)
  • Vanilla Tootsie Rolls
  • Caramel Apple Sugar Babies
  • JUST BORN

  • Peeps Cocoa Cats (review)
  • Peeps Chocolate Pumpkins (review)
  • Peeps Ghosts & Pumpkins
  • NESTLE & WONKA

  • Butterfinger Pumpkins
  • Spooky Nerds
  • Whitman's Candy Corn Marshmallow

    RUSSELL STOVER & WHITMANS

  • Russell Stover Peanut Butter Candy Pumpkins
  • Whitman’s Candy Corn Marshmallows (review)
  • Russell Stover Coconut Dream Pumpkin
  • Russell Stover Chocolate Marshmallow Pumpkin
  • Russell Stover Dark Chocolate covered Marshmallow Pumpkin (review)
  • Russell Stover Strawberry Cream Pumpkin
  • Russell Stover Marshmallow Pumpkin (milk chocolate) (review)
  • Jelly Belly Mellocremes

    JELLY BELLY

  • Jelly Belly Deluxe Halloween Mix (review)
  • Jelly Belly Giant Candy Corn
  • Jelly Belly Sour Gummi Pumpkins
  • Jelly Belly Fall Festival Mix
  • Other

  • Riegelein Confiserie Foil Wrapped Halloween Chocolate (review)
  • What have you seen in stores ... or what have you had trouble finding this year?

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    Comments
    1. I have been looking EVERYWHERE for Caramel Apple Kisses and Pumpkin Spice Kisses - hunted for them last year, too, but no luck.  Hunting for them this year, no luck.  I’ve looked at various Walgreens, Rite Aids, Targets, and CVS stores.  Is anyone finding them?

      Comment by Dragon on 10/15/10 at 2:50 pm #
    2. I found the pumpkin spice kisses at Target the other day, and they are DIVINE.  As described in the review, like sweet pumpkin cheesecake. 

      Don’t look in the regular candy aisle, they’ll be in with the Halloween candy.

      Comment by Beth on 10/15/10 at 3:27 pm #
    3. I cannot find the Caramel Apple Kisses for the life of me, nor the Caramel Apple pops (not even the regular green apple ones, but especially wanting the orchard one), nor the Mary Jane wicked mix which I’m really curious about, although again, I’d take a bag of regular ones but can’t find those EITHER. It’s like all the stores I’ve checked just have bags of kit kats and reese’s and that’s it. CVS, Rite Aid, Kroger… Sigh.

      Comment by Jezzy on 10/15/10 at 5:09 pm #
    4. Love seasonal stuff. Thanks for the roundup.

      Just one thing - vanilla tootsies are available all year long as part of the “Frootsie” mix bags.

      Comment by Nyssa on 10/15/10 at 5:50 pm #
    5. I’ve -only- seen the candy corn kisses and caramel apple kisses at Target—absolutely nowhere else!  Seems like this year has been pretty lame as far as new halloween products are concerned.

      Comment by ruffy on 10/15/10 at 11:26 pm #
    6. The name “Bat Dots” is just…unfortunate.

      Comment by Joy K. on 10/16/10 at 7:08 pm #
    7. I have been searching desperately for the two wicked mixes (Mary Janes and Clarks) any hints where to get them in the Chicago area?

      Comment by Jules on 10/17/10 at 9:22 pm #
    8. what are spooky nerds?

      Comment by laura on 10/18/10 at 2:33 pm #
    9. Cybele's avatar

      Jules - I know! I haven’t been able to find them either! I would love to do the Clark Wicked Mix as my Halloween bowl.

      Laura - Here’s a photo from Target. They’re orange & punch flavored. I’m not sure what makes them spooky.

      Comment by Cybele on 10/18/10 at 2:35 pm #
    10. Have you tried Farley’s flavored candy corn? They have a multitude of flavors now- creme brulee, caramel apple, blackberry cobbler, pumpkin spice, etc.

      Comment by GWSTB on 10/30/10 at 11:40 pm #

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