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The Four-layered Sugar Chest is a blocker in Candy Crush Saga, making its first official appearance in level 711. However, it is unofficially introduced, both as starting configuration and appearance, in level 501.


Four-layered Sugar Chest
Four-layered Chest Degrader

Degradation process

See Sugar Chest for more information.

Four-layered sugar chests are single-tile stationary blockers that take four matches involving sugar keys to open and therefore destroy. Each matched sugar key results in a degrade. After the first degrade, it becomes a three-layered sugar chest with only the pink icing layer, then after the second degrade, becomes a two-layered sugar chest with a crumbly biscuit topping, then after the third degrade, becomes a sugar chest with no toppings. These blockers cannot be destroyed by anything other than matches involving the sugar key.

Here is the difficulty of destroying a four-layered sugar chest:

Degrade/Name Lead Topping Difficulty
Four-layered Sugar Chest Thick Red Jam Hard
Three-layered Sugar Chest Pink Icing Medium
Two-layered Sugar Chest Crumbly Biscuit Easy
One-layered Sugar Chest None Very easy

For the list of levels that use this blocker, see here.


  • This is the first type of sugar chest to be empty at the start of a level.
  • This is one of the first of sugar chests to appear in the initial layout, along with two and five-layered chests, in Ice Cream Caves (Episode 35).
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