5 Papabubble Candy Production Technique

Papabubble Candy Production Technique

Posted on December 30, 2011 by


Papabubble is both a Spanish company and production technique that allows candy makers to create mini works of art of different colors and shapes right before your eyes!

This is the store. Its interior is designed in a way to draw the attention of the clients to candy makers and their work.

A mananger.

Hot caramel!

These syrups are used to add color and flavor to candies.

They add one of the syrups into the caramel and mix it, and then add some citric acid.

Today, it’s going to be ‘pear’.

When the caramel is thick enough they cut it into pieces.

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5 Responses to “Papabubble Candy Production Technique”

  1. Jason says:

    Respect!

  2. Chicaurbana says:

    I am Spanish and never heard of this company.

  3. Trevor Ketch says:

    Awesome!

  4. Foq says:

    some of the stuff looks downright gross..

  5. UNTOLD says:

    papabubble opens another store in Amsterdam. Here’s a fruity video- a present from emcekeeTV and UNTOLD : http://youtu.be/dO_AghcCkzs

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