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May 25, 2016 AT 12:08 pm

Video: 1800s ‘Fruit Drop Roller’ Shows How ‘Candy Drops’ are Made – and Why They’re Called Drops

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On our equipment from the late 1800’s we make a batch of Victorian flavor of candy called Nectar and we discuss the use and restoration of our old candy making equipment.


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2 Comments

  1. My favorite part is the dude in the background while the audience member is dropping the candy displaying his wicked yo-yo skills.

  2. Hah – I totally missed that the first time through watching. Good eye!

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