Review – Woodstock Candy {GIVEAWAY Alert}


Think back to when you were a child! Did you have a favorite candy?!?! I know I did…Candy Necklaces, ring pops, pixy stix, just to name a few. 

My wonderful husband just celebrated his 30th Birthday! I wanted to do something different for this very special birthday…something fun…something…but what?!? While searching for ideas I came across Woodstock Candy

“Fun and fabulous birthday candy gifts are shipped to you from Woodstock, New York! When shopping for 50th birthday party gift ideas or 60th birthday party gifts, check out our great assortments of nostalgic old fashioned retro candy boxes.
Gift boxes of old fashioned retro candy are fantastic for any celebration. Choose one and we’ll send it to all your favorite baby boomers for great 50th birthday gifts! Also available are nostalgic candy boxes filled with childhood memories for 30th, 40th, 60th, 70th, and 80th birthday party gifts. Our customers are thrilled to find that this nostalgia retro candy is still available, so have fun and look around!”

WoodStock Candy was the perfect gift! My husband has the BIGGEST sweet tooth ever, so I knew it would be a total hit!

What we got…
30th Birthday Gift – Nostalgic Candy 

A fun box of nostalgic candy makes a great 30th birthday gift! Surprise a thirty year old with candy they’ll remember from their childhood. If they ever played with Strawberry Shortcake, Pound Puppies, Rainbow Brite, Micro Machines, or Masters of the Universe, you know they’re going to turn 30. Send them on a trip down memory lane for their 30th birthday with all this fun candy.

This special 30th birthday gift box comes filled with forty kinds of candy:

Bubble Tape, Big League Chew, Jolly Rancher Stick, Ring Pop, Laffy Taffy, Swedish Fish, Sour Patch Kids, Airheads, Razzles, Saf-T-Pop, Candy Lipstick, Root Beer Barrels, Pop Rocks, Smartie Pops, Zotz, Pixy Stix, Starburst, Skittles, Tootsie Pop, Candy Cigarettes, Lemonheads, Sugar Daddy Pop Jr., Atomic Fireballs, Tootsie Rolls, Smarties, Juicy Fruit Gum, Gobstoppers, Mary Janes, Necco Wafers, Push Pop, Now & Later, Dubble Bubble Gum, Candy Buttons on Paper, Strawberry Twizzler, Black Taffy, Bit-O-Honey,Chick-O-Stick, Gummy Bears, Fun Dip, and a Candy Necklace.

My husbands reaction to this gift was more than I could have imagined! He was like a child…so excited! He kept telling me “this is the coolest gift!” “I love this” “This is the best idea”…yeah Woodstock Candy was a GIANT hit! He even took the box to work to show off!!! He recalled memories when him and his brother would walk over to the store and buy candy…some  of the candy he hadn’t even seen since he was a child! We talked about how as soon as we smelled some of the candies, it ignited a memory…I remembered being a little girl in Kansas going to my brother’s football games and playing with my friends. My husband remember getting his allowance and going to the candy aisle at the store! In addition to his personal excitement, my husband was so excited to share his gift with our children! He loved being about to tell our 6 year old son about all the candies he had as a child! E was so excited that Daddy gave him his ring pop!

 We have had so much fun with this candy…after the kids go to bed we open up the box and have a treat! I absolutely love this as well!!!! Their candy has definitely been one of my favorite products that I have ever reviewed, and I have reviewed some pretty awesome stuff!!
My sister is turning 50 this year and my mom is going to turn 70 in a few years…Now that we know about Woodstock Candy guess what they are getting…yup! you got it, Woodstock Candy! Planning a 50’s – 60’s – 70’s – or 80’s party?? Woodstock Candy has you covered!

About Woodstock Candy…
“Welcome to Woodstock Candy! We have been in business since 1992. My name is Bridget, and I am a baby boomer. I remember when I was a kid, we would ride our bikes to Folk Art of Woodstock to buy penny candy with our allowance. We could choose between Mary Janes, Bit-O-Honey, Kits, Wax Bottles, Candy Buttons on Paper, Jawbreakers, BB Bats, Pixy Stix, Fireballs and other candies that were in the glass jars. Thinking back, I realize how much patience Nina, the proprietor, had with us kids. We started selling candy in 1992 and realized people loved seeing the nostalgic candy they grew up with. There was an actual demand for it! Selling candy online is not the same as being face to face with children counting out their pennies, but it’s still rewarding to sell the very same candies that I grew up with. The nostalgia of this retro candy reminds me of being a kid, and I hope that when you see a collection of this candy, you’ll go back in time as well.”

I would highly recommend Woodstock Candy to anyone who is looking for a fun and unique gift for someone they love! 

I would like to Thank Woodstock Candy for this fantastic Review and Giveaway!! 

Head over to The Woodstock Candy website to order today…or…you can enter to win a Gift Box of your Choice right here! Simply complete the form below and you are entered!

Links you will need!

The Woodstock Candy Giveaway will run from 6/24 – 6/28 at 4pm pst due to Baseball!:)  
The winner will be announced 6/28 by 9pm pst.

Please use the Google Form (above) to enter, as any comments on this post will not count towards the giveaway. You can view all entries to this giveaway on the spreadsheet (private information is hidden). Winner will be chosen using, The winner will be announced on the blog, emailed, and have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. Although I was sent the 30th birthday pack by Woodstock Candy for review purposes, I was not paid/enticed to write a positive review for this product, all opinions are expressed are 100% my own! You may view my full disclosure policy, HERE.

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