Purple is reserved for the hat!
These are all the same brand - Fazer (a Finnish company that's very popular here) therefore all the same colour. Those I've shown are actually made for the Danish consumer, hence the spelling Tyrkisk Peber. Here, for some reason unknown to me, they use the English spelling but I couldn't find any pictures on the Internet. It's an extremely popular taste even with children and there are loads of different sweets with this taste made by many different companies. One of the most commonly sold is a 'wine gum' textured black fish called "salta sill" (salted herring). They are sold by the ton on the boats sailing between Scandinavia and England apparently but probably to Scandinavian travellers. I've only known one English personwho liked them - my sister.