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The candy artists of Montreal’s La Confiserie Candy Labs demonstrate how they make their amazing hand-rolled hard candies. The arduous 3-hour process has been condensed to 9-minutes by Sterokroma. Order the finished candies here.
So if you’re like us, you only really like some flavors of Starburst fruit chews. Well thanks to the guys at CandyMafia, you can grab just about any flavor you like in bulk quantities. Note how the bestflavors seem to cost more money.
Despite the shortcomings of this clip (vertical video, broken teeth from frozen Starburst), we still find the idea of replacing the ice in our freezers’ ice maker with candies to be truly inspired – especially those mini Reese’s PBCs.
Japan Crate offers up a monthly subscription box loaded with delicious and unusual candies and treats – in typically bright and whimsical packaging. Choose from three box sizes depending on the size of your sweet tooth.
Watch as this woman chops up traditional Korean candies, while at the same time creating a percussive backbeat with her kitchen tools. If you’re not bouncing your head from side to side by the middle of the clip, we’ll be surprised.
If there’s one thing that Jelly Belly is good at (besides feeding our sugar addictions) is putting unexpectedly accurate flavors into their candies. Yes, these jelly beans taste just like draft beer. Sadly, they’re non-alcoholic.
While you have to go to a fancy pastry competition here in the States to witness this art form, in Xian, China, it’s as easy as going to this street vendor, who crafts intricate candy animals by blowing into molten hot sugar.
Combining the art of candymaking with a more traditional medium, Nendo’s edible chocolate paint tubes are filled with delicious “pigments” like strawberry, melon, brandy and blueberry. Too bad they’re only available in Japan.
What happens when you dip plump pecans in cream, sugar, and Old No. 7? Sweet and salty deliciousness in a box. While they won’t get you drunk like these chocolate bars, they are still tasty. Bigger packages sold on Amazon.
Possibly the greatest chocolate bar we’ve ever tasted, this Swiss-made Goldkenn chocolate is filled with a real Jack Daniel’s whiskey syrup center with a touch of sugar wrapped around it. And yes, it will get you buzzed.
Feeling like a zombie today? Take a bite of out of one of these tasty handmade chocolate skulls, and recharge with a little sugar fix – or some candy or walnut brains if you really are among the undead.