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Candy Floss Cocktail

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Candy Floss Cocktail *** NEW FOR 2018 SEASON ***

Based on our well know Parma Violet Gin Cocktail  we have now for 2018 produce a Candy Floss Cocktail TO ADD TO OUR RANGE OF ALCOHOLIC PRESERVES !!!!!

This products will bring back our childhood when our parents took us to the local Fair or Circus for a treat !!!!


Interesting Information Regarding Candy Floss

Cotton candy (also known as fairy floss in Australia and candy floss in South Africa, the UK, New Zealand, Ireland, Sri Lanka and India) is a form of spun sugar. The confection is mostly sugar, with small amounts of either flavoring or food coloring often being added.

Made by heating and liquefying sugar and spinning it out through minute holes, where it resolidifies in minutely thin strands of “sugar glass”, the final cotton candy contains mostly air, with a typical serving weighing around 1 ounce or 28 grams. It is often served at fairs, circuses, carnivals, and Japanese festivals, and sold on a stick or in a plastic bag.

The source material for candy mesh is usually both colored and flavored. When spun, cotton candy is first white because it is made from sugar, but adding dye or coloring can transform the color. Originally, cotton candy was just white. In the US, so-called ‘floss sugar’ is available in a wide variety of flavors, but two flavor-blend colors predominate – ‘blue raspberry’ and ‘pink vanilla’, both originally formulated by the Gold Medal brand (which uses the names ‘Boo Blue’ and ‘Silly Nilly’). Cotton candy also comes out purple, when mixed, making a significant favorite at fairs. Cotton candy machines were notoriously unreliable until Gold Medal’s invention of a sprung base in 1949, and since then, they have manufactured nearly all commercial cotton-candy machines and much of the floss sugar in the US.

NOW WE HAVE PRODUCES A COCKTAIL PRESERVE WITH THE TASTE OF CANDY FLOSS WHICH IS GREAT FOR SPREADING ON YOUR TOAST, MUFFIN OR CONSONANTS.

 

This product will be launched just in time for the 2018 West Dean Chilli Festival, our return to the 2018 Ludlow Food Festival  (9th September in the  Market Square ONLY) and later in the year as part of our Christmas Selection.

Nutrition Information

Soda Water (47.1%), Sugar (47.1%), Candy Floss Vodka (3.1%), Marshmallow Vodka (3.1%), E122 Coloring

As with all of our products full documentation covering EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation No. 1169/2011 (EUFIC) Allergenic ingredients by way of a Allergen Checker document can be supplied on request.

 

 

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Candy Floss Cocktail *** NEW FOR 2018 SEASON ***

Based on our well know Parma Violet Gin Cocktail  we have now for 2018 produce a Candy Floss Cocktail TO ADD TO OUR RANGE OF ALCOHOLIC PRESERVES !!!!!

This products will bring back our childhood when our parents took us to the local Fair or Circus for a treat !!!!


Interesting Information Regarding Candy Floss

Cotton candy (also known as fairy floss in Australia and candy floss in South Africa, the UK, New Zealand, Ireland, Sri Lanka and India) is a form of spun sugar. The confection is mostly sugar, with small amounts of either flavoring or food coloring often being added.

Made by heating and liquefying sugar and spinning it out through minute holes, where it resolidifies in minutely thin strands of “sugar glass”, the final cotton candy contains mostly air, with a typical serving weighing around 1 ounce or 28 grams. It is often served at fairs, circuses, carnivals, and Japanese festivals, and sold on a stick or in a plastic bag.

The source material for candy mesh is usually both colored and flavored. When spun, cotton candy is first white because it is made from sugar, but adding dye or coloring can transform the color. Originally, cotton candy was just white. In the US, so-called ‘floss sugar’ is available in a wide variety of flavors, but two flavor-blend colors predominate – ‘blue raspberry’ and ‘pink vanilla’, both originally formulated by the Gold Medal brand (which uses the names ‘Boo Blue’ and ‘Silly Nilly’). Cotton candy also comes out purple, when mixed, making a significant favorite at fairs. Cotton candy machines were notoriously unreliable until Gold Medal’s invention of a sprung base in 1949, and since then, they have manufactured nearly all commercial cotton-candy machines and much of the floss sugar in the US.

NOW WE HAVE PRODUCES A COCKTAIL PRESERVE WITH THE TASTE OF CANDY FLOSS WHICH IS GREAT FOR SPREADING ON YOUR TOAST, MUFFIN OR CONSONANTS.

 

This product will be launched just in time for the 2018 West Dean Chilli Festival, our return to the 2018 Ludlow Food Festival  (9th September in the  Market Square ONLY) and later in the year as part of our Christmas Selection.

Nutrition Information

Soda Water (47.1%), Sugar (47.1%), Candy Floss Vodka (3.1%), Marshmallow Vodka (3.1%), E122 Coloring

As with all of our products full documentation covering EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation No. 1169/2011 (EUFIC) Allergenic ingredients by way of a Allergen Checker document can be supplied on request.

 

 

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190ml Jars, 45ml Jars

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