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All City Candy's sweet take on the 10 Plagues, as represented in the Passover Seder. Rather than spilling drops of wine while reciting the plagues, why not grab a bite of each of our tasty ones?
Please note: All of the candy included in this bucket is Kosher, but has been repackaged. None of the candy is Kosher for Passover.
The All City Candy Top Ten Plagues bucket consists of one small bag of candy to represent each plague:
Also included is a brief story explaining Passover and the Ten Plagues.Did you know we also offer candy buckets with a variety of themes! Click here to see more options.
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I sent this to my daughter at college. She loved it! Great way to share Passover with friends. Each person had their favorite "plague!" All City Candy was awesome - they handled shipping for me at a rate well below what I would have paid on my own.
Kids loved it! Each candy was delicious! A few adults showed concern because it was not KfP.
I love this product! Not only is it the perfect choice of candy to represent the plagues but they all taste great! This will be so much fun for the kids at our Passover Seder this year!
Really fun for all ages. We had fun putting little bags together for everyone and at guessing what represented which plague. Pricey but hunting down things for each plague and buying a whole bag of each wouldn't have been cheaper or less time consuming. Biggest complaint was that a couple of the candies (locusts, frogs) were not as plentiful as others and so some bags didn't get all the plagues.
While the item was a little pricey, it was worth it. Everyone loved it and it really helped keeping grandkids ( age 6,5,3,2) engaged. The best part as we were doing this, all the candy choices were fun and enjoyed, except the "hot tamale candy" that represented Blood. It was too spicy for some of the kids-but, we all loved it when my granddaughter shouted out-I am never eating Blood again!!