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This article is about the Evolution items. For the sweet flavor, see Flavor. For other uses, see Sweet (disambiguation).

Sweets (Japanese: アメざいく Amezaiku) are a group of held items that were introduced in Generation VIII. They allow Milcery to evolve into Alcremie.

List of Sweets

Name Alcremie
Strawberry Sweet Strawberry Sweet HOME869.png
Love Sweet Love Sweet HOME869L.png
Berry Sweet Berry Sweet HOME869B.png
Clover Sweet Clover Sweet HOME869C.png
Flower Sweet Flower Sweet HOME869F.png
Star Sweet Star Sweet HOME869S.png
Ribbon Sweet Ribbon Sweet HOME869R.png


When Sweets are held by a Milcery, if the player spins the control stick to where they spin then stop to strike Leon's Charizard pose, Milcery will evolve into Alcremie. This consumes the held Sweet.

Alcremie's sweet "hair decoration" and eye color directly depends on the Sweet used, whereas Alcremie's forms depends on the time of day, the length of the spin, and the direction of the spin. If the Milcery in question is Shiny, the resulting Shiny Alcremie's form would always look the same, regardless of what form it has, with only the Sweet used to evolve the Milcery forming any real distinct difference.


In Pokémon Sword and Shield, the player can obtain the Strawberry, Love, Berry, Clover, and Flower Sweets by winning at a Battle Café. All Sweets can be obtained by completing Wild Area News-exclusive Milcery Max Raid Battles (held from January 31 to February 16, 2020); this was the only way to obtain the Ribbon and Star Sweets until the Isle of Armor DLC.

In Isle of Armor, the player can gain access to the Cram-o-matic. A number of combinations will result in being able to obtain any of the Sweets, though seemingly at random.

In Crown Tundra, the player can buy a sweet as a "Today's Highlight" option from the Watt Trader in Slippery Slope.

Additionally, in Pokémon Sword and Shield, the player can obtain a single Strawberry Sweet in Hammerlocke.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 糖飾 Tòhngsīk
Mandarin 糖飾 / 糖饰 Tángshì
France Flag.png French Friandise
Germany Flag.png German Zucker-Item
Italy Flag.png Italian Bonbon
South Korea Flag.png Korean 사탕공예 Satang Gongye
Spain Flag.png Spanish Confite

Held items
In-battle effect items
BerriesColored orbsDrivesPower items
Experience-affecting itemsGemsIncenseMega StonesMemoriesPlates
Stat-enhancing itemsType-enhancing itemsZ-Crystals
Out-of-battle effect items
Power itemsIncenseMailScarves

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