flavoured ice pyramid - jubilee/jublie/Jubbly
hi all, does anyone remember in the 1970s UK tuck shops used to sell these flavoured iced pyramids. it was just a block of flavoured ice in the shape of a pyramid. there were flavours like cherry and orange. they were wrapped in paper casing. you would tear off the paper at one point of the pyramid and push out the ice a little so you could suck it. i think they were called jubilee or jublies.
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