Halloween famous candy brand

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Children are certainly the happiest when it comes to Halloween, and according to tradition. It is “legal” to eat sugar at this time. When it comes to candy, if you don’t know it, there are countless brands with a century-old history, chocolate, fruit hard candy, and soft gummies, all kinds of tastes, accompanied our childhood.

Candy is given on Halloween, which originated from a long time ago when believers in Europe went door-to-door on Halloween. And people believed that donating food to believers would bless their deceased relatives, so they were happy to give one of their own pastries to believers. Later, this custom was carried on, but it became a little more joyful, the role of believers was replaced by children, and pastries became children’s favorite sugar.

Children will knock on other doors’ doors on Halloween and say trick or treat to each other after opening the door. Adults give candy to children, both because they are “afraid” that they will make trouble, but also because they think that they can be blessed by dividing the sugar.

Chocolate candy brand

  • French Angelina chocolate

French Angelina chocolate: Founded in 1903, the Angelina dessert shop in Paris, France was Coco Chanel’s favorite place to go, and their chocolate was exquisite. Recently, its Chinese flagship store opened in Shanghai, next to the Portman Hotel on Nanjing West Road, where the original Palando Italian restaurant was located.

  • Austrian Mozart chocolate

In the early 19th century, the Velstoy confectionery store in Salzburg, Austria, first develop Mozart chocolate, which was give to the famous musician Mozart as a gift. Forgetting the registered trademark, overnight, candy with the same name suddenly took Austria and Germany by storm. Authentic Salzburg Mozart chocolate balls with smooth surface and pistachio marzipan in the middle, filled with nougat-like sweets, have a crunchy texture and are a favorite of mainstream chocolate lovers.

  • Pierre Marcolini of Belgium

Pierre Marcolini, winner of the 1995 World Baker Competition, founded the chocolate brand that bears his name. In just over a decade, Pierre Marcolini has become the Louis Vuitton of chocolate brands. His flagship store at the Grand Sablon in Brussels is also known as the Mecca of chocolate lovers.

  •  Kouflai Halloween chocolate candy

In response to the Halloween, Italian Kouflai was founded in 1826 and is the only member of the dessert category of the Italian Traditional Luxury Chamber of Commerce.

  • Anthon berg Edernberg Wine Heart Chocolate

Another brand with a lot of origin, the royal boutique of European royalty and aristocracy, founded in 1884, is the ancestor of Wine Heart Chocolate, and the shape of the bottle is a major feature.

Fudge candy use in the Halloween

  • Swiss sugar

“Swiss sugar” (Sugus), the ancestor of gummies, was born in Switzerland in 1929. At present, “Sugus” is mainly sold in many countries in Europe and Asia. “Sugus” is a fruity gummy packe one by one and sweetened in a variety of flavors.

  • Marks Spencer Percy Pig Soft Candies

Marks Spencer Percy Pig Soft Candies was define as british fashion by the breitish vogue magazine. The prototype of this candy is penny candy born during World War I, and the ingredients contain pork gel. When eating piglet’s candy, the tip of the tongue feels like sucking champagne.

  • Haribo Classic Bear Fruit Gummies

Since 1920, inspired by circus juggling bears.

  • Kracie Deodorant Fruit Gummies

Japanese OL’s favorite small snack, after the meal, eat a fragrant rose super Q gumm, eliminate the bad smell in the mouth after the meal, have a charming atmosphere anytime, anywhere, maintain a perfect image! Incredible gummies that will fascinate you!

  • Guansheng Garden White Rabbit Guan

This candy that carries too many of our childhood memories cannot be ignore, the mellow milk smell is unforgettable, and now handing a child a white rabbit milk candy has become a matter of responsibility.

Hard candy pie

  • Chupa Chups Jumbo Lollipop

Born in 1958 by the Perfetti confectionery company of the Spanish confectioner Enric Bernat family, the originator of lollipops. The famous “Chrysanthemum” logo has been update on the original design of the famous painter Dali.

  • Star Lollipop

Star Lollipop is a creative candy from the United States, some people on the Internet also call it solar system lollipop, this is a pure handmade lollipop, in the middle of the sugar ball has a beautiful planet pattern, this pattern is make of edible glutinous rice paper, surrounde by high-quality natural syrup, creative and delicious

  • Vegetarian raccoon brown sugar lollipop

Combining sweet maltose with sour stevia plum, there is a little sour in the sweetness, and there is a hint of sweetness in the sour, healthy and delicious.

  • Boban Lollipop

Remember the gorgeous candy that Huang Shengyi carefully preserved in “Kung Fu”? The circle of colorful clothing texture, shaped like a hard and straight plate, this is the wave plate candy, which has become the representative form of lollipop.

The strangest candy in the world

1.Hong Kong, Qi: Dragon Sugar (Longxu Sugar)

Hong Kong, China and the soil have a kind of candy called Longxu pastry, which is called pishmaniye, which is soft and fluffy, and is made of flour, white sugar and Oil, after a large amount of drawing into thin sugar filaments. And then made of molds to make sugar blocks, the entrance will be turned. In Turkey, Longxu includes a lot of production I art, a variety called Ice crispy Longxie Sugar is very eye-catching, a total of more than 8000 sugar filaments, followed by coconut, peanuts and sesame seeds and so on. Longxu sugar is not very sweet, taste like old marshmallows. But thin sugar silk swimming in your mouth makes you have a lot of aftertaste.

2.New Zealand: fish

Pineapple nuggets are coated with chocolate, one of New Zealanders’ favorite desserts. In addition, the favorite after growing tea is chocolate fish. Born in the 1950s, this small dessert has been integrate into the life and culture of New Zealanders, and if you will thanks, they may tell you, give him a chocolate fish! Although the candy is popular in New Zealand, Cadbury itself does not know exactly how the fish came from.

Rest assured, there is no smell of fish, dark chocolate under the strawberry candied, sounds very sweet.

3.Orchid: salt licorice sugar

Finns have always cherished pine tar, and because of their bold and unique hobbies, many people are deterred by the candy they make. Salt licorice will definitely challenge your taste buds, including a lot of ammonium chloride. Don’t think it’s kitchen disinfectant. It’s just a cousin who eats sodium salt and chloride. Scandinavian people also use salt licorice to seasoning vodka or fish, and sometimes let pet monkeys or pet horses try it together. Tasting licorice sugar, taste buds is an adventure, salty and exciting.

4.Austria: Mozart Sugar

There seems to be a long story about the trademark of this sugar. In the early 19th century, the Volstaire candy store in Salzburg, Austria, first developed Mozart chocolate, which was give to the famous musician Mozart as a gift. Forgot to register the trademark,-overnight, the same name of candy suddenly became popular in Austria and Germany. The orthodox Salzburg Mozart chocolate ball has a smooth surface, with pistachio almond candy in the middle, filled in sweets similar to beef rolling sugar, crispy on the taste, and is the favorite of mainstream chocolate lovers.

There are four stores in Volstoy, as well as candy named after other Austrian celebrities, such as physicist Kepler. Buy such a dozen celebrity chocolates for no more than $20.

5.Paris: merit bars. Dedicated bear

In the French country, life is art. The unique taste create by the top chocolate master, Parry Croger, has been praise for many, including the three-foot-tall candy box he created. Roger recently launched a gold bar-like nut candy, which costs $40 a box and costs as much as real gold. Chocolate bars with crushed nuts and cocoa oil are crispy and mellow, unlike the previous fructose, with a 24k gold coat on the outside.

6.Sigo: strange taste of sugar

Who said candy must be sweet, in the production of desserts, the West Brother showed their wild talent. Like the rules of other countries, Mexican candy called Salsagheti is often spille with chili noodles. Mexico has a global reputation for Takitaki, nothing as famous as this watermelon candy, a maggot-like tube with tamarind juice, with a strong visual effect.

Tamarind itself has a very pungent taste, so the taste of Salsagheti is very complex, spicy, sweet, pungent, anyway, this taste is completely beyond the tolerance of ordinary candy lovers.

7.Madrid: purple sugar

Violet sugar, filled with rich flower fragrance, fresh and elegant, full of romantic and gentle charm. Probably because of the prosperity of violets near Madrid, Violet has been popular in the city since 1915, with natural violets coated with sugar, as well as delicate, flower-shaped flavor sugar with violets essence. It is tell that the wife and lover of King Alphonso XIII of Spain are loyal supporters of the candy. In the streets of Madrid stores, violets are beautifully package. Just matching dream candy, transparent glass containers or exquisite porcelain, can show the nobility and elegance of the candy.

8.Country: Thai almond pastry

Many countries have similar almond protein fudge or almond pastry, but in Thailand almond sugar has more colors and shapes. In Thailand, this is call Khanom Luk Chup candy is make into fruit or in the shape of a variety of small animals. Although it is just candy, but the variety is in front of your eyes-bright, Pu thinks it is just candy, but the pattern renovation is unforgettable.

9.Japan: wagashi

The traditional lamb soup came from China, and the soup made from mutton cooled and turned into a frozen meal, but because monks could not eat meat, they later changed to beans to make it. And the fruit looks a little like sushi or jelly. It tastes like a gentle and implicit sweetness. Today, this traditional candy is not only sell locally in Japan, but also has counters in New York and Paris. The hard lines wagashi put under the counter, more like jewelry. A small box of red bean and sheep soup costs at least a few yuan.

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