Cindy commented on 18-Nov-2012 11:04 AM and rated this product as
We toured the factory in Denver on a summer vacation several years ago. We had a great time, and it made for good memories. I try to get some of the candy every Christmas as a little reminder of our trip....and it tastes great!
Windsor Niermeyer commented on 21-Nov-2012 11:36 AM and rated this product as
Amazing never stop them.
Jeff Barbier commented on 27-Nov-2012 03:19 PM and rated this product as
I have not seen candie like this since I was a kid. My mother use to have these around during the Christmas holiday season. Having these in my home brings about certain sense of nostalgia.
Diana Sinclair Williams commented on 23-Dec-2012 05:24 AM and rated this product as
I would like to tell you a Story about the Christmas candy Called cut rock. I found this candy at my local craft store. This candy was created in Baltimore Maryland some where from the late 1800's. My Great Grandfather John William Sinclair worked for a candymaker. He created this candy,but only got paid royalties as long as he lived. He died from gangrene in his leg as the resault of a barrel of glucose falling on his leg. This story has been in my family for all these many years. To find this candy on the shelf again is a true Christmas memory for me. During my family ancestory hunt for members I found a cousin I knew of but didn't know where she was living. I started to tell her the story of John Sinclair's having created this candy, She said wait let me finish the story. So I know this to be a true story.This candy is a family legecy for me. It was a bit pricey tho. I remember when Brocks candy used to make it.