16 Sep Soy Sticks – sweet candy from the dark of the Cold War
|Item||Soy Sticks – Cold War candy|
|Description||Oh, soy sticks. A special candy from the dark times of socialism whose fame did not leave the borders of our Czechoslovak homeland. It is made of soy meal (30%), milk powder, wafer thingies, and a wide range of sugars. It has fructose syrup, glucose syrup and plain old sugar. The calorie count is also improved with vegetable shortening. It tastes a bit like rum, has a gritty texture and leaves a pleasant, sweet aftertaste. The original is made by Zora.|
|Where can I buy it?
||Czech Republic, Slovakia for a good price|
|Warning||There are fakes now. One of them is made by the perfidious imitator COOP, which states on their packaging that it guarantees the quality…right (theirs has only 28% soy meal)! They eve try to confuse you with “Traditional quality” and “klasik” labels. Losers!There is also an upgrade called Margot. Margot has more flavoring in the soy meal and it is covered with chocolate. It is the ultimate candy for very sophisticated candy geeks.|