Sweet n' Sassy

Candy has always been so good, it couldn’t help being bad. Take the turn-of-century candy cigarettes, 1940s bubblegum cigars and black and red licorice pipes. Or the Prohibition favorites (think: Squirrel Nut Zippers) named for popular Prohibition-era cocktails, and the Charleston Chew named for the edgy, flapper dance and song. The list is long and candy sinfully rich with memories and laughs.

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