No mshrmh, Kaylie was different from sherbert, and sherbert dips. We had sherbert as well. Whilst sherbert was soft and flourey like icing sugar, kaylie was much harder like largsih sugar crystals dyed vibrant colours. Sometimes it was rainbow Kaylie that had several colours in layers in the sweet jar.
We had jublees too. Sometimes a liquid 'orange' drink, sometimes frozen so hard you nearly broke your teeth trying to gnaw it. They were still around in the 90s, my son got hit in the forehead with a discarded one and ended up in A and E!
Hmmn Barbara so is that how you spell it?