Teaberry Gum


Teaberry Gum IS BACK! The venerable chewing gum was made in the early 1900s and later manufactured by David Clark – an Irish immigrant and maker of the Clark Bar. The Clark Bar started life in the rations of World War I soldiers, and was one of hundreds of candy bars, including the Zagnut Bar, that Clark created. So busy was Clark with candy bars, he sold the Teaberry gum company. This version of the Teaberry gum is not the original recipe, but who cares? It’s still enjoyed today along with other turn-of-the-century gums – CloveBlack Jack, and Beemans. Price per pack.


1 pack – Comes with a label with an historic image on the front and the story on the back!

From Our Friends!

“My favorite! I recall the ads with the Teaberry Shuffle.” – Jennie

“I loved this gum from years ago!” – Lisa

“The best gum!” – Laurie

“I love that you can still get candy from my childhood in the 50s and 60s. Teaberry Gum was a real favorite!” -Larry

Additional information

Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in

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