Simpkins Tropical Fruit Drops (200g)

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This tin of Simpkins Tropical Fruit Drops takes the classic Simpkins travel sweet formula and infuses some exotic fruit flavour for a mouth-watering taste sensation. The selection includes banana, pineapple and kiwi fruit.

Simpkins first conceived the classic British “travel sweet” in the 1920s, their original tins of barley sugar drops distributed to pharmacists as a proven antidote to travel sickness.

Since then it has become customary for the discerning British motorist to keep a tin of Simpkins sweets in the glove compartment – perfect for treating the kids or lifting the spirits on those long car journeys!

Most popular with customers in Belgium, United States of America (USA), United Arab Emirates, UK - England, Korea Republic of, Italy, France and China, but you can buy Simpkins Tropical Fruit Drops for delivery worldwide.

One of our Simpkins branded products.

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