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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Chicago/Melbourne Swap Finito!

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Richard Chicago, USA
Swapper2: Esta Melbourne, Australia

Aussie Suga Lollies head to Chicago.
I received Suga, the best hard candies "lollies" ever! The candies, or lollies as they call them, are all handmade in the tradition of the famous millefiori glass makers of Venice. Want to know the flavor, look closely at the candy and you will see the flavor right there in the candy itself! Using different colors of sugar they roll the candy creating the image inside. Then they extrude the candies into long glass like rods and snap them into the bite size pieces!
Richard Zeid

Chicago good times reach Aussie kids.
The kids and I were thrilled when the package arrived. We couldn't wait to open it and when we did we found all sorts of sweet, sour, hard and soft sweets.
It was easy to swap and the results were great. Richard was a great communicator and a pleasure to swap with. I would swap with him again anytime.
Thanks, Esta


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