Pick Your own mix of 1kg sweets – gifts and treats for everyone | Order in our online shop free uk delivery.

*** Free 1kg Mixed Sweets Delivery ***
We know that what you really want is to be able to choose your own. I sure do. So we came up with our Mix Your Own (original huh). It’s easy, basically the target is 1000g so we offer 10 scoops of 100g. But you don’t have to have 10 different scoops if you only want a couple. Choose exactly what you want even if that means 10 scoops of cola bottles if that’s what you want.

You can choose your favourites and shop from over 50 types of sweet. Choose any 10 together and pick your favourites for online delivery.

Try not to get too excited and rip the bag when you open it and see all the gorgeous yumminess inside because you’ll wreck the handy zip closer provided to keep them fresh.

One thing some thoughtful and kind customers love to do is send a Hug gift pack to a friend, any ideas for someone to treat with some sweets? Or why not send a personalised pack of some pick & mix to someone else as a surprise.

We also sat down and had a little think about how you want to choose your pick and mix sweets and sometimes we know you’re a bit meh about it and just want to get a pre-done pack. That’s why we came up with our mixes. TBH we got a bit carried away and so that’s why along with Fizzwizzy (our fizzy mix) and Gumboot (our gummi mix) or if you pick our Sherlock (our mystery one) (and coming soon Choccynomnom, you know what that’s about, right?).

Some customers order our packs for corporate gifts and employee rewards. These can be customised to your requirements and we can even put a branded note or object within the package. The easiest way to order in bulk is to purchase the quantity you want and pick the 1kg sweets selections but put a note in the checkout comments box that you will send address details by email. Or alternatively we can make delivery of your entire order to one address. Since we already send out single packs to individual addresses we can easily accomplish this for you.

The top 10 Pick and Mix Sweets in our shop
Rainbow Belts
Flying Saucers
Peach Hearts
Gummy Bears
Fried Eggs
Friendship Rings
Cola Bottles
Jelly Snakes
Happy Cherries
Fizzy Cola Bottles
They are in no particular order but what’s your favourite pick?:

Typical selections in our mixes | pick your favourites:

Water Melon Slices
Fried Eggs
Friendship Rings
Jelly Babies sweets
Giant Dolphins
Strawberry Pencils sweets
Fizzy Cola Bottles
Red Lips
Strawberry Belts
Dolly Mixture sweets
Pear Drops sweets
Fizzy Bubblegum Bottles
Giant Cola Bottles
Fruit Salad
Cola Bottles sweets
Fizzy Cherries
Strawberry Twisters
Blue Raspberry Twisters
Strawberry Bonbons
Jelly Snakes
mini Bananas
Fizzy Mix sweets
Shrimps sweets
North Pole Marshmallows
Gummy Bears sweets
Jelly Brains
Coconut Mushrooms
Chocolate Mini Eggs
Milk Bottles sweets
Strawberry & Cream Tops
White Chocolate Jazzies
Sour Strawberry Pencil Bites
Strawberry Milkshakes
Jelly Bones
Strawberry Mushrooms
White Chocolate Snowies
Fizzy Cherry Cola Bottles
Vanilla Fudge
Giant Strawbs sweets
Flying Saucers sweets
Milk Choc Raisins
Sour Dummies
White Mice
Sherbet Lemons
Jelly Beans
Heart Throbs
Rhubarb and Custard

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Which will you choose for your gift?
Tot them up and get your own massive bag of 1kg sweets.

Get in my belly you lovely tasty lot!

Probably the most famous sweet company today is Haribo, and they produce high quality sweets which is why we include so many of them in our mix bags. Haribo was started by Hans Rigel in 1920 and all he had was a bag of sugar a copper kettle and a rolling pin, so I reckon he did quite well. You can find Haribo in many sweet shops these days.

Apparently the Yorkshire Haribo factory producing Gummy Bears makes 48,000 tonnes a year.

There have been enough little Gummy Bears produced to go around the world 4 times since they were first introduced in 1960. The mind boggles really.

Pick and mix has been around since the days of Woolworths of course I remember going in to pick and choose my own mix. Since the shop closed there hasn’t really been a reliable source.

Anyway, back to today.

Here at Tiger Sweets we pride ourselves on our delivery and customer service. It’s super Superfast all the time. And we can do gift personalised packs bags and jars as well as our 1kg mixes.

All 1kg sweets orders go out for free delivery as fast as we can pack them, remember each is hand picked and packed to order for you. all customer service enquiries are dealt with promptly.

New Delivery Options

Recently, we’ve brought in free delivery on all our packs.

That means you can enjoy choose your own sweets and have them delivered for 25% less than other brands, but with the same high quality and freshness you have come to expect from us.

We know that delivery is a difficult subject, after all they’re only sweets but courier companies want eye watering fees for delivery, so we try to keep the cost down as much as possible for you.

There are 3 current options.

Free delivery of your 1kg sweets by Royal Mail 2nd class (not tracked – takes them 3 – 5 days).
£1.49 supplement will get you on a tracked 2 – 3 day service.
Or you can go on our premium service which lets you jump the packing queue and enjoy next day delivery. (perfect for those really urgent cases like forgotten birthdays).
There’s something really fun about able to pick your own personal mix of sweets, thinking about all the sweet flavours on your tongue, from sour tangy flavours like fizzy cola bottles to more gentle tastes like shrimps what fun! Or choose one of our pre-set packs if you can’t choose for yourself. Our bags are all food grade and heat sealed before dispatch so you can enjoy delivery of the freshest sweets possible.

To give yourself a little joy why not pick one of our selections.

New * Now you can select to have your order split into two packs, one to stash and one to have right away, pick your favourites, or if you have little ones and don’t want to land a huge 1kg mix pack on them (kids go crazy for them right?) you can choose to have them split into two evenly filled packs.