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Brachs Milk Maid Royals: Pick a Flavor

April 15, 2010 by
Brachs Milk Maid Caramel Royals have been a candy favorite for many years!

Brachs Milk Maid Caramel Royals have been one of the most popular Brach's Candies for many years and their unique flavors continue to delight candy lovers to this very day!

Sharability: 10

Denture Danger: 9

Convenience: 10

Novelty: 6

Overall: 7

 Each one of these chewy caramel Milk Maid Royals is filled with a different flavor of sweetness. Fruity, pink raspberry, which is great considering I normally hate fruit flavored candies.

Alcoholic, orangey butter rum, pumpin’ a kick into the candy. Orange orange, pulls the creamsicle into the caramel. Sweet maple makes the sweet even sweeter.

Soothing white vanilla spins my taste buds ‘round and ‘round. The chocolate ain’t a  new dazzling new flavor, but chocolate is what it is, enough said. It is hard for me to pinpoint which flavor is my favorite. Each cylinder of flavor filled chewy caramel opens up a new world to explore, none being better nor worse than the previous one.

This candy would be great for a dark movie theatre because you can stick your hand in the bag not knowing what you’ll find just to be pleasantly surprised with every random choice you make.

The taste lingers on your tongue as the royalty melts away leaving you to bite into a different royal family.

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9 Comments

  • Reply helen wiseman June 5, 2010 at 10:00 am

    I live in WestJjordan, Utah and would like to know of any retail stores in my surrounding areas that carry your Brachs candy for sale in bulk that we used to be able to get. (caramels, caramel royales, etc.) Thank you.

  • Reply melanie July 28, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    I would also like to know this information, and I live in UT too. Can someone let us know?

  • Reply Cheryl September 9, 2010 at 1:27 pm

    I live in WI & would also like to know of any stores in the area that sell in bulk. TY

  • Reply steve January 30, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    Im from Illinois and also wonder why most of the big store chains dont carry the MilkMaid Royals in Bulk stock or even the small packages. A small store called ALCO carries small packages of these and i try to stock up but seem to run out fast , By far one of the best candies made if not the best. Please Brachs try to push these candies a little more , i dont think i’ve ever seen a commercial. You have a winner!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Reply bjoycer98 February 14, 2011 at 12:55 am

    i would love to know if you can just get the vanilla flavored ones

  • Reply amy May 30, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    What is the nutrition information for the Royals?

    Thanks,

    Amy

  • Reply Pamela McTaggert February 4, 2012 at 12:32 am

    I have always loved Brach’s candies, since I was a little girl. My dad used to put these in our Easter Basket to me Easter isn’t Easter without them. It was always Brach’s candies and girl scout cookies and ice cream for our Easter dessert. Mom made a pie with them and they were wonderful. But unfornately I can’t find them anymore in stores in my area. and would love to get toffee royals and neopolitans to make Easter special for the kids this year. thank you. I will be placing an order with you for our Easter this year now that I know I can get these on line. I hope to order more then once a year. Thank You Pam McTaggert

  • Reply Pamela McTaggert February 4, 2012 at 12:38 am

    I am following my comment with mom’s recipe

    20 toffee royals
    1 pkg thin mint girl scout cookies
    1 pkg chocolate instant pudding (As pkg instructs)
    1 graham cracker crust.
    1 16 oz container Cool Whip

    Mix pudding as package instructs for pie, In bottom of graham cracker crust place a layer of pudding, then a layer of thin mint cookies, and another layer of pudding, Add Cool Whip and spread evenly over the top. Unwrap Royals and layer on top in a circular pattern on top. and place in frig for about 1 hour or until serving. This pie is chewy and so yummy.

  • Reply Elle Arbee March 2, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    I live in Northeast Illinois, and the only place I can find Royals is in my local Menard’s store. They’re usually located in the candy section by the seasonal decor (near the register area)

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