Kentucky Creams


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Kentucky Creams – Rich Sweets From the 1800s!

Sometimes called pulls, this rich confection got its start in the mid-1800s as an early penny candy. The sugar is pulled, cut it in pieces, then let it sit until it becomes creamy and flaky. They’re typical of the rich style of sweets enjoyed in the 1800s, like the caramel marshmallow Modjeska, first made in Kentucky.

What’s A Kentucky Cream Taste Like?

Kentucky creams are of the “soft paste” family – they melt in your mouth just like Gibralters, the first commercially made candy in the U.S., and the classic buttermint. Kentucky Creams are still a best seller today! 4 oz heat-sealed bag with the history on the label.

Watch Candy Historian Susan Benjamin talk about Kentucky Creams

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“I remember them….YUM!” – Elizabeth

Additional information

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 7 × 3 × 3 in

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