LollyTalk Homemade Candies up for GRABS!!! (Deadline: 29 Dec 2012)
Something sweet is coming along your way at Plaza Singapura!!!
PLAZA SINGAPURA (B2-20),
68 Orchard Road
(Opening on one of these day in 2-4 Jan 2013)
Stay tuned to https://www.facebook.com/lollytalksg to find out!!!
Yes, LollyTalk- homegrown candy maker from Singapore that makes their own rock candies
fresh from scratch as all their candies are handmade.
They make a variety of flavours including Queensland’s renowned banana and watermelon, as well as sarsi and root beer.
At LollyTalk, you can be assured of the best tasting quality candies. In addition, their candies can be customised for special occasions such as weddings and birthdays.
Perhaps unknown to many, handmade rock candies originated from Australia and the birth of LollyTalk in 2010 pays tribute to that.
That year LollyTalk headed Down Under to learn the art of candy-making from the Aussies themselves. They secured an apprenticeship with Ross and Judy, who were the undisputed leaders in
candy-making in Queensland.
The couple won multiple awards at the 2009 Royal Melbourne Fine Food Awards, Australia’s premium fine food event that is held annually to give recognition to outstanding producers in the Australian fine foodindustry, including all its major candy and dessert makers. Being the Grand
Champion of rock candy, Ross and Judy were awarded the gold medal for their fruit rock mix, silver medal for lollypops and bronze medal for design candy.
Under the masters’ guidance, LollyTalk picked up the finer points in making authentic Aussie rock candies that taste and design. More importantly, They learnt to have fun and enjoy the whole process of candy-making. And it was this unique candy-making skill and experience that they brought back to set up shop in Singapore, which differentiates LollyTalk from other mainstream candy makers in the market.
As part of LollyTalk’s Korean- inspired packaging, we created a fantasy island, Candy Island, where our two mascots Rocky and Candy live and make candies.
Designed by a renowned Art Director who oversaw the artwork of several Korean online games, Candy Island and its two inhabitants will help LollyTalk reach out to a wider audience.
LollyTalk also believes in giving back to the community, and thus has been involved in a number of social work with organisations such as the Yellow Ribbon Project in Singapore (where they worked with girls from Raffles Girls’ Secondary), and orphanages in Thailand and Myanmar.
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and get update on their upcoming promotion and events!!!
FREE CANDIES TREAT FOR MY BLOG READERS!!
(Deadline: 29 Dec 2012)
2 packets of LollyTalk Candies up for grabs!!! (4 lucky winners)
How to win?
Tell me where is LollyTalk's first flagship retail outlet going to be opened ?
(Leave a comment in this post to stand a chance to win!!!)
Deadline: 29 Dec 2012