The fact is, back in 1907 you had your choice of kisses. Madden & Co NY); Nethersole Kisses, Moonlight Kisses (United States Candy Co, Cleveland); Elfin Kisses (Caldwell Sweet Co, Bangor Maine); Heckerman’s Lucky Kisses: 5 cent box “assorted selected flavors.” My personal favorite wasn’t around in 1907, but I’ll mention it anyway since we’re on the topic of Kisses.
I’m afraid I’m going to have to pop a big old hole in that bubble of a story.You do not have permission to copy or re-post my content.If you want to refer to my work, please create a link from the blog entry and also write out the citation: Samira Kawash, "entry name," candyprofessor.com, entry date.If you would like to copy, re-post, or reproduce my work, please contact me for permission. How they received their name isn’t exactly clear, but a popular theory is that the candy was named for the sound or motion of the chocolate being deposited during manufacturing.And starting mid-September, it'll be available in the form of birthday cake-flavored Hershey's Kisses. The frosting-flavored candy features crumbles of "colored cookies" and come wrapped in special polka-dotted foil.