What You'll Get
Stealing candy from a baby is easy, but buying candy from a baby is worse because they'll only use the money to buy more candy. Purchase candy through a licensed retailer with today's Groupon to Sweet Tooth Candy Company in Douglasville, located between the Old Courthouse Museum and the Sheriff's Office. Choose from the following options:
• For $3, you get one pound of mix-and-match bulk candy (a $6.99 value).
• For $3, you get two cups of single-scoop ice cream ($3.25 each; a $6.50 total value).
• For $12, you get $25 to spend on anything in the store, including candy, drinks, and toys.
The confection connoisseurs at Sweet Tooth Candy Company dole out sweet memories with retro candy and good old-fashioned treats. More than 50 varieties of bulk candy line the shelves, from bubble gum to caramel-filled Cow Tales to swirling rainbow lollipops. Beneath the lids of apothecary jars, timeless sweets such as Bit O' Honey, Sugar Daddy, and Licorice Laces fog up the glass and write backwards notes to passing jars of jellybeans, and caramel apples ($4.99) and more than 10 flavors of fudge ($6.99/half-pound) scowl through the rearview mirror. If nostalgic sweet teeth come up short in the search for hard-to-find brands, the boutique's candy curators will specially order the confection in question.
In addition to its colorful array of candy, Sweet Tooth Candy excavates a trove of frozen, sugary ore from rich ice-cream deposits. Available in either a single scoop ($3.25) or waffle cone ($5.95), newer flavors such as birthday cake and blueberry cream pie listen to lectures about having to walk to school in the stifling heat from older classic flavors, such as butter pecan, rainbow sherbet, and banana split.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.