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Scho-ka-kola tin: Question

Article about: Hi I was thinking of getting one of these old tins and was wondering are they made for reenactors and is there anything to say somebody could buy one kick it around the garden,bury it and th

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    You not eaten it yet Ade ?

    cheers

    tony

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    It smells sooooo tempting.....
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    I reckon if you unwrap it it will just smell !

  5. #14

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    Thanks folks for all your help and have a good Christmas.

    Martin

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Here is some wartime choc still in the wrapper from my collection. Now white with age, but it still smells good!
    Of course: Like everything else in the Third Reich, it was made to last a thousand years!

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    I had a few of these modern tins in Iraq with me....chocolate is soooo good, and th tins are handy

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    Wasn't there a "flieger" marked tin as well?

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    Lightbulb Re: Scho-ka-kola tin: Question

    I love the story of Scho-Ka-Kola in WWII ! Here are tins old and new...



    UK-based Scho-Ka-Holics may be interested to know that the new stuff is finally available to buy in London, courtesy of The German Deli.....

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Here is some wartime choc still in the wrapper from my collection. Now white with age, but it still smells good!
    I 2nd that!I've got a wartime tin with wrapped choc and it smells as if they made it yesterday!
    Cheers

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    It smells sooooo tempting.....
    Yeah...I've tought of trying it more than once!

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