Mike and Ike Retro Candy for Easter

Looking for retro candy for Easter? Try Mike and Ike. Your kids will eat them up and so will you! Put them in plastic Easter eggs, or in a candy dish and watch them disappear.

Mike and Ike welcome back retro flavors Cherri and Bubb, from 1989 and Lem and Mel, from 1991 just in time for this special holiday. Do you remember them? Introduce your children to the unique and well-loved flavors. Taste the combinations of flavors that work so well together.

Cherri and Bubb are a mixture of Cherry and Bubblegum. Imagine a party in your mouth. Lem and Mel are a fusion of Lemon and Lime. Yes, you’ll savor the sweet and sour flavors. But, get them fast! Both are only available through the end of April, 2013.

Retro Easter Candy

Mike and Ike are available in theater size boxes (5 oz) for about $1.00 – $1.39. You can buy them online in bulk or find them in a store close to you.

Disclosure: I received product samples for review. Affiliate links are included in this post.

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