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Blue Sky Candy

Blue Sky Candy

Crystal menth

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  •  Worldwide Exclusive: Cooked up in the Firebox Lab
  •  99.1% Pure
  •  Large chunks of delicious candy
  •  Blue colour makes it easily identifiable against the competition



Everyone needs a hobby, a little something on the side to break up the mundane nine to five. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a high school chemistry teacher experiencing the biggest mid-life crisis imaginable or a deadbeat student with nothing but time on your hands; we all need a side-project.

Cooked up in the Firebox lab under strictly controlled conditions, Blue Sky Candy is authentic looking peppermint rock candy inspired by the hit series Breaking Bad. Sure, some could say we’re stepping on the toes of the competition, encroaching on turf that doesn’t yet belong to us but that’s because we’ve got the product to back it up.

Coming in at 99.1% chemically pure, we’re manufacturing some serious weight, allowing us to offer these 4.5oz bags at street value. Distributed using trusted yet completely secretive methods, we bring our product directly to you, hassle free. So break off a chunk and enjoy some quality crystal menth… just don’t tell the narcos.

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Please Note:
  • WARNING: Made in factory that handles nuts, may contain nut traces
  • Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.
  • This is NOT actually crystal meth
  • Fried chicken paraphernalia not included
  • Most effective in moderation, look after those teeth kids.
Product Features:
  • Worldwide Exclusive: Cooked up in the Firebox Lab
  • Large chunks of delicious candy
  • Ingredients: Sugar, Glucose, Oil of Peppermint, Colour E133
  • Measures approximately 9cm(W) x 17cm(H) x 3cm(D)
  • Contains approximately 130g

Customer Reviews

Its nice got a good balance of mint. Lovely colour.

Vikki - 11th of May, 2015

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