Barks and roots, the first candy in history, and the original chewing gums: tastes and textures unusual and amazing!
1500s to 1700s
Chocolate sticks, sugar plums, cream filberts, boiled sugars, and candied peels and petals with flavors from tangy to sweet. All deliciously unexpected.
Penny candy, caramels, cotton candy, hard tack, chocolates, and candy sticks: the colors were bright, the scent alluring, and the flavors out of this world.
Candy bars, toffees, bursting Pop Rocks and snapping bubble gums. In the 19th century the spirit of candy was deliciously revealed.
Since 1847, from the Nik L’ Nip to Fireballs, retro candy has been as rich with memories as with texture and taste.
A tasteful candy collection of botanical sweets - flowers, saps, peels, berries, and more - that remind us some things change but others are deliciously the same.
Chocolate has fed the human spirit from the ancient Olmecs to modern days. For each era, it has taken on new meaning and flavors and ignited new passions.