Crown Regals

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2007/10/20 19:32:29 (permalink)

Crown Regals

I miss the flavor of the grape and cherry Crown Regal hard candies in a huge way.

Does anyone remember them and if so, have you ever tasted anything again that was even close to their special flavor
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: Crown Regals 2007/10/20 20:01:06 (permalink)
    Closest I can come is Crown Royal.
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    ann peeples
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    RE: Crown Regals 2007/10/21 10:13:02 (permalink)
    I loved those candies!!!Cherry was my favorite.And no-I have been unsuccessful in finding a suitable substitute.
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    matildaC
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    RE: Crown Regals 2007/10/21 10:38:08 (permalink)
    I've been trying to track down a U.S. source for this candy, actually called "Regal Crown", for a long time with no luck. The closest replacement I've found are "Napoleon Sour Bon Bons" which have some of the same flavors and are almost as sour. It's a candy produced in Belgium, available for sale by the pound in bins at a number of places in New York. An online source for these guys is:


    http://www.candywarehouse.com/napoleon.html

    I'd be interested in hearing what others think of this substitute for Regal Crowns.

    Matty
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