To celebrate 100 years, See’s Candies wants to create the ultimate fantasy candy.
See’s Candies has been a candy tradition. As the candy brand celebrates is Centennial Anniversary in 2021, there are many reasons to enjoy the sweet life. Whether it is enjoying another bite of that Bordeaux candy or trying a newer flavor, that iconic box of candy is always a sweet treat to treasure.
The Mary See recipes have stood the test of time. Since See’s Candies has had loyal fans over the years, the company wanted to celebrate the Centennial Anniversary in a big way. While anyone can do another new flavor, this celebration asks a bigger question. What is your fantaSEE?
See’s is asking everyone, what is your sweet idea? Now through January 20, 2021, candy lovers can submit their ultimate fantasy candy. No idea is too sweet, too indulgent or too delicious.
After the See’s Candies experts pick the top candies, the top contenders will be shared from February 15 through March 1. The new candy will be revealed in November 2021, marking the 100th anniversary of See’s opening for business.
Since 100 years in business is a huge deal, See’s Candies is celebrating all year long. The new Sweet-of-the-Month celebrates a favorite candy.
To kick off the celebration, See’s is offering Dark Butterscotch Square. Similar to the classic Butterscotch Square, this flavor is available in decadent dark chocolate. The rich, creamy butterscotch is made from brown sugar, vanilla and heavy cream. Pairing that luscious center with the robust dark chocolate is the ultimate sweet treat.
The Dark Butterscotch Square is available for a limited time, while supplies last. A box of six candies sells for $8.25.
Why not grab a box of candy and let that sweet treat inspire your ultimate sweet fantasy. Whether you look to push the flavor envelope or prefer a nod to nostalgia, candy is meant to bring happiness and spark imagination. Sometimes a sugar fantasy can become a sweet reality.
What would be your ultimate fantasy candy? Are you craving some See’s Candies yet?