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    A Definitive Ranking Of Australian Lollies And Chocolates

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    37. Chicos

    Allens / Via the-distributors.com.au

    Chocolate-flavoured lollies are good in theory, but in reality they're foul. Also a bit racist?

    36. Eucalyptus Drops

    Via johnsonsconfectionery.com.au

    So soothing when you have a sore throat. At least that's what you tell yourself when you crack your third packet for the day.

    35. Aniseed Rings

    Via adelaidecandy.com.au

    They're great if you like aniseed and/or have no taste.

    34. Ice Cream Cones

    Via lolliland.com.au

    So cute, but kinda bland.

    33. Witchetty Grubs

    Via lolliland.com.au

    The best kind of bush tucker.

    32. Caramel Buds

    Via lolliland.com.au

    Sadly too sweet to eat in large amounts.

    31. Clouds

    Via bulklolliesonline.com.au

    Not sure who decided clouds should taste like strawberries, but they were on to something.

    30. Sour Ears

    Via moolollybar.com.au

    So creepy. So tasty.

    29. Red Skins

    Via sweetsonline.com.au

    Racist? Probably. Delicious? Definitely.

    28. Fads

    Via partycarousel.com.au

    Remember when these were called Fags and designed to look like cigarettes? Fun times.

    27. Minties

    Allens / Via sweettoothlollybar.com.au

    The mintiest way to lose your teeth.

    26. Cobbers

    Via sweetsonline.com.au!prettyPhoto

    The tastiest way to lose your teeth.

    25. Bullets

    Via adelaidecandy.com.au

    Chocolate-covered licorice. Sure, if you like that sorta thing.

    24. Frogs

    Via lolliland.com.au

    No lolly bag is complete without at least one of these guys.

    23. Dairy Milk Snack

    Via grogonwheels.com.au

    Something for everyone!

    22. Chomp

    Via chocablog.com

    For when you only have loose change in your pocket.

    21. Jaffas

    Cadbury / Via thecandyman.co.nz

    Beautiful red balls of chocolate orange goodness.

    20. Picnic

    Via en.wikipedia.org

    Proof it's what's on the inside that counts.

    19. Jersey Caramels

    Via theprofessors.com.au

    A staple of any caramel fan's diet.

    18. Caramel Kisses

    Via adelaidecandy.com.au

    Kinda like Jersey Caramels, but WITH COCONUT.

    17. Fruit Tingles

    Via about-australia-shop.com

    Fruity. Tingly.

    16. Wizz Fizz

    Via wizzfizz.com.au

    It's a party in your mouth.

    15. Musk Sticks

    Via travelwithbender.com

    This is what heaven must taste like.

    14. Milko Chews

    Allens / Via lollywarehouse.com.au

    They are lollies made out of condensed milk. 'Nuff said.

    13. Sherbies

    Allens / Via sweettoothlollybar.com.au

    The only thing that could make sherbet better is wrapping it in more candy.

    12. Violet Crumble

    Via 100dayplan.com.au

    Just the right ratio of honeycomb to chocolate.

    11. Fantales

    Via theprofessors.com.au

    Combining our love of caramel, chocolate and useless trivia.

    10. Snakes

    Via the-distributors.com.au

    The best way to cope with all the deadly snakes in Australia is by symbolically eating them.

    9. Killer Pythons

    Via lollymerchant.com

    Like Snakes on steroids.

    8. Pods

    Via aspreycreative.com.au

    Dangerously easy to eat.

    7. Bananas

    Via lollywarehouse.com.au

    The most delicious fake banana flavour in the world.

    6. Mint Pattie

    Via thebottleshop.hk

    When mint meets chocolate, magic happens.

    5. Golden Rough

    Via bonbonstas.com.au

    Classic.

    4. Freckles

    Via sweetsonline.com.au

    Chocolate + 100s and 1000s + an awesome name = perfection.

    3. Clinkers

    Via elliluca.com

    Will it be pink, green or yellow? It's the most thrilling chocolate on the market.

    2. Freddo Frog

    Via jessebpage.wordpress.com

    It might just be milk chocolate, but something about the frog shape makes it 100 times more delicious.

    1. Caramello Koala

    Via bonbonstas.com.au

    Single-handedly raking in the cash for school kids all over Australia.

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