Sweet Caroline Confections handcrafts hard candy lollipops with amazing sparkle is making a huge wave in the candy industry!

About Sweet Caroline Confections:

Established in 2012 in Denver, Sweet Caroline Confections is the original sparkle lollipops. Candy innovator and founder Andrea Caroline crafts everything by hand for notable clients and consumers. The hard candy lollipops are carried by more than 800 stores across the U.S. and Canada!

A self-taught candy artist, Andrea Caroline creates delectable confections with a magic touch of sparkle. She sources the finest ingredients for her hard candy lollipops that are the talk of the town and beloved by everyday consumers and celebs alike. Every client is notable for Andrea!

For corporate events (logo lollipops are the new business card!), weddings, and holiday gift-giving, the brand’s alcohol-filled lollies are great as party favors and a unique way to say thank you to guests. Any lollipop can be customized with corporate logos, names, and numbers. The popular Rosé Wine Lollipops are the star of the show.

Get your sparkle on with the flavors below and have fun creating your versions with Andrea and her team! Non-alcoholic versions are also available.

I was so excited when my package arrived! How could you not be when there’s a giant sticker that says yay happiness inside?! The lollipops are perfectly packaged with special care so they don’t break.

I tried out a few of the flavors such as blueberry, passion fruit, black cherry and guava. While I loved them all I’m a huge black cherry fan!

These are not your old school lollipops! The flavors are so delicately balanced. I loved the larger stick size which makes them perfect for displaying for your special events. The colors are beautifully done and oh how they sparkle!! Be sure to reach out to Sweet Caroline Confections for you next event, you won’t be disappointed! Their website shows all sorts of themes and custom logos they can offer. I can’t wait to order some for my next party!

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