Ever fantasized about how Katy Perry must have felt in that California Girls film clip, surrounded by dancing Gummy bears and cotton candy clouds, not to mention Snoop Dog Lion as a candy king in a cupcake blazer? Well Urbanites, day dream no more, we’ve found the best sugar-coated hit for the next time you’re feeling down. Candylicious has opened 4 stores with its latest store in World Square and the selection of candy and Chocolate is one that would make Mr. Willy Wonker himself drool.
Owner, Natalie Habib, is an adorable lover of all things sweet and as a candy connoisseur, she’s travelled the world hunting down the best quality candy, she’s done a gosh darned good job of it! Fill your bag with Belgium chocolate bullets, sweet and sour candy from Spain, gummies and licorice from Amsterdam, and rocky road made by Natalie herself with Callebaut Belgian chocolate. Not good enough for all you sweet tooth’s out there?
Sink your teeth into the cake-pop, moist chocolate mud cake on a freakin’ stick, or even better, try a jumbo Gobstopper that’ll stop your complaining! With up to 120 different sugary options, we’re down right convinced that this store is the sweetest creation around.
We can also try to get you any candy or chocolate you want in a multitude of colours for your Candy Party or Buffet. We also do beautiful gift boxes, Corporate Gifts, Wedding Bonbonniere and Hampers to suit all budgets and don’t forget the gorgeous Candylicious Teddy Bear, which makes a fantastic gift.
A deliciously compact design, Candylicious features an extensive use of marble finishes, big juicy jelly beans as door handles and, most importantly, the resin lollipops forming the signature giant lolly tree, found at all FOUR Candylicious stores.
That’s right people, not only can you get a serve of this sugary goodness from Manly Wharf, you can find Candylicious stores at World Square, Parramatta Westfield and Burwood Westfield, plus the stores stay open late to satisfy all those night time candy cravings. In the wise words of Aaron Carter, “Candy in the morning time, candy in the hot sunshine, candy baby can’t you see, all I want is your candy.”