Lin and May of Candylabs are back by popular demand for a third video on how traditional hard candy is made! This time around, watch how they shape the colourful molten candy into a pink pig design. I know what you’re thinking – but no, this batch of candy isn’t bacon flavoured ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° ) it’s cherry flavoured.
These piggy candies took a long time to make, and this artisan skill is difficult to perfect. In total it took over 3 hours from start to finish but the results are no less than spectacular. These candies are made on-site at their store, hidden in a corner of downtown Montreal.