We like it when our customers say nice things about us. Here are some reactions to our product:


I just tried your candy at the USS Midway and it's the best powder candy I've ever had. The form factor is what caught my eye, but they're also legitimately very good.

(From a happy customer)


After recently speaking with a co-worker about your product I visited your website and became intriguingly interested in selling your candy in our retail operation. I've heard some great comments from my counterparts in regards to your merchandise. I think that your items would do exceptionally well in our gift shop. The candy directly relates to the site and some of our interpretive programs we offer; such as musket demonstrations every second Saturday of each month. I have a good feeling the kids will love this new addition to out site.

Charles Town Landing


I need to order some more of your great stuff!
Fort Laramie


I just wanted to take the time to let you know that we appreciate the new bilingual kit that comes with the cartridge candies. They're selling like hot cakes at our 2nd giftshop located at Fort Beauséjour.
Fort Beauséjour

Need to stock up for my busy season.  I would like to order 200 pieces of cartridge candy for Andrew Jackson State Park.
Andrew Jackson State Park


You have a terrific product, and we appreciate your customer service and quality.
Bennett Place

Yummy, thanks!
New York Historical Society


I will try and get some press for this terrific product line.
New York Historical Society


Time to order some more cartridge candy. The school children love them…and it’s nice that they are educational, too!
Chimney Point


Thought I'd share something with y'all.

One way I end up selling cartridge candy to grand parents is, after being asked to describe the product, to add the following line.

"Caution, the smaller the muzzle you pour it down, the bigger the bang you'll get!"

They love it, and end up buying at least one per grandchild.

It should be mentioned that we keep the candy on the counter by the register. This not only allows us to explain what it is (to those who don't care to read the explanation), but also use it to demonstrate how they would be used. For those at artillery parks, it doesn't take much to use it as a basic example of a spherical shot and surge bag setup.

Take care, and here's to another great year!

Andy Miller

Asst. Unit Manager

Fort Sumter N M, Charles Pinckney NHS


"Sorry I have to bother you again so soon, but I am almost out of Cartridge candy already. People buy them by the fist full.

Please order me two more boxes of the candies and can you deliver them ASAP. I am very pleased that they sell so well."

Connie Unangst

Friends of Washington Crossing Historic Park

Gift Shop Coordinator


(We) appreciate your partnership and attention to detail on our orders!