No, I've never heard of it.
No...but I have tried some other brand. And you can get it also in breath candy.
There were violet candies back when I was a kid (commonly referred to as the Stone Age), but I don't know if that was the brand. I haven't seen them around in a long, long time.
No, ain't heard of them but I would try them at least once
Would, though, if given the opportunity
Yes I have had those. Got them from a candy store in Virginia City, Nevada (only place I can think of where I've seen them). They are great. I love rose-flavored candy too.
Yes. Mostly imported, American manufacturers don't seem to work with flower flavors.
No, I haven't heard of them .... but now I shall make it a point to seek them out and try them. I love trying different tastes.
Never even heard of them my friend.
I don't go near candy but since you've posted this, I'm interested so I'd have to try it.
It was about forty years ago that I first heard that violet blossoms are edible, and quite nice in a salad. I never got around to trying them.
Coward? Talk about a bad roll on the name dice
that's a typo - it's really C Howard
I've never ever seen them. Where do you buy them?
You might find them locally if you have a store that specializes in European imports or old-fashioned candies.
You can google "where to buy choward's violet mints" and find many on-line sources.