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Help me find the "buttercrunch" candy from my childhood?

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All through my childhood my mother used to buy me for Valentines Day the most delicious candy. We called it " Buttercrunch" - it was chocolate with hard toffee inside and coated in chopped walnuts. Sometimes she got it at Fanny Farmers, but our favorite was by a company called "Lofts".

Candy stores do sell it because I have bought it for my own children. I am looking to find out from anyone who is real familiar with this candy, where to get the best buttercrunch anywhere. I don't know if it is a regional candy or not.

I can't seem to find buttercrunch that comes close to my childhood memories, but maybe that's because my memories are so sweet.

Thanks for any help. I would love to get it for Valentines Day.

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