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Sugar Smith Greg Cohen and the staff from Lofty Pursuits make traditional Christmas candy using century’s old techniques and equipment at their shop in Tallahassee, Florida. Watch and see how Greg and the staff make some of most popular styles of holiday hard candies: Candy canes, Sugar plum drops and more.

You can see more of them making candy at: www.TRvid.com/LoftyPursuits

at the Public Displays of Confection website www.pd.net

and on their weekly podcast called “Lofty Pursuits”.

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sniperlemming
sniperlemming 3 aylar önce
you seriously couldn't have picked a better person to interview for this story. Greg is amazing and so incredibly knowledgeable.
unripe THE Berrby
unripe THE Berrby Aylar önce
Ikr! :)
Crusty Dinglecherry
@Chingchang no u cant 👎
Chingchang
Chingchang Aylar önce
Yeah i could listen to him talking about anything for hours
rape_is_cool
rape_is_cool Aylar önce
@will0ughby ok?
Curious963
Curious963 2 aylar önce
Didn't he go to jail for a bit for not paying sales tax?
Jordan Beagle
Jordan Beagle 2 aylar önce
13:10 "People seem to forget the history isn't that far away and the future isn't either and were just here in the middle being a caretaker for what's around us." Love this
Heather Huber
Heather Huber Aylar önce
That's a great quote
tumblingartist
tumblingartist Aylar önce
Ikr! It’s a lovely quote
forest sunset
forest sunset 2 aylar önce
Came for candy, stayed for the deep insights on life
ToniHunterOne
ToniHunterOne 2 aylar önce
This was fascinating. I hadn't intended to watch this but got "pulled" right in. Thank you for sharing this.
The Person
The Person 26 gün önce
Same here man same here lol
CROCZ(illa)
CROCZ(illa) 28 gün önce
sweet!
ELTiagor
ELTiagor Aylar önce
Same
Exotic L
Exotic L 2 aylar önce
Same here
thecityman1910
thecityman1910 2 aylar önce
Exactly! I thought I'd take a quick peek, ended up watching every second.
Jon Snowver
Jon Snowver 2 aylar önce
"People seem to forget that history isn't that far away, and the future isn't either. And we're just sort of here in the middle, being a caretaker for what's around us. Ideas, people, friendships, loves. And if we can remember that, everything's as sweet as candy." What a surprisingly nice quote.
Liam McBride
Liam McBride 2 aylar önce
This is absolutely incredible. The sugar smith's understanding of the structure of the material and how it reacts in specific situations is exceptional. He then applies this to his touch, sound, sight. His passion is captivating too. Nothing like watching a master of their craft do their thing.
Sajjad Saddam
Sajjad Saddam 9 aylar önce
At this point, I don't know if he is a scientist or candy maker. He really loves what he does, and I like it !
Jacqueline Noble
Jacqueline Noble 26 gün önce
I think he is both!
Zoop
Zoop Aylar önce
technically just boiling water is considered chemistry
Christopher Moscoso
Blue CRYSTAL candy 🎩
Tiny Hands
Tiny Hands Aylar önce
I know right, at this point he sounds like a scientist who does candy on the side lol
Samarth Yash
Samarth Yash Aylar önce
nerd
FallingDrop234
FallingDrop234 2 aylar önce
I love how this guy doesn't make the video like a textbook, but instead makes it entertaining while also throwing in stuff that you, (If your like me) would like to look up, and learn about.
Jaycue
Jaycue 2 aylar önce
You can tell this man and his team put a lot of love into their craft.
Omi
Omi 2 aylar önce
Glad you guys got Greg to do this. He's one of the best traditional candy makers out there.
Robert Goss
Robert Goss 2 aylar önce
This video was a pure pleasure to watch, one of the most satisfying I've seen, bar none. The sense of pride and wonder shown by the candymakers was a particular joy to me. Thanks a million!
KyraFyre
KyraFyre 8 aylar önce
this guy loves saying non-newtonian fluids. This is the most I've ever heard it said in one block of time and I studied physics.
O Bliv
O Bliv 2 aylar önce
Is it a non-newtonian fluid, though? I feel like it isn't, but i'm not in engineering...
Domagoj Galekovic
Domagoj Galekovic 6 aylar önce
I think it's important to the process. You're working with semi-fluid doughs all the time, so it's kind of important to know how it works. In physics? You might've mixed up that science fair liquid and left it at there since it's not really important in the grand scheme of things.
kevin u
kevin u 2 aylar önce
This looks like a difficult yet very fun job! Hats off!
Sc3ntless Appr3ntice
Sc3ntless Appr3ntice 2 aylar önce
This guy literally looks just like a character in a christmas movie
Kath Lake
Kath Lake 2 aylar önce
Absolutely fascinating! Informative! Looks delicious! Leaves me wanting more of all. I'm so glad he's revitalizing candy making the original way. I just know it's better than with modern methods. The secret is love and passion.
janice mcgill
janice mcgill 25 gün önce
I really enjoyed the fact that you explained step-by-step what was going on and you know with the temperatures and everything and the hand movements I really enjoyed it thank you so much for sharing
Common Sense
Common Sense 8 aylar önce
It’s rare that you have a older generation and a younger generation. Showing so much passion for their craft! Really amazing
Gloria Evans
Gloria Evans 2 aylar önce
@Lorraine Clark He should have on a hairnet.
Tim Mathers
Tim Mathers 2 aylar önce
The Journeyman process is built on old and young. Has been this way for over a thousand years.
caylon mustiful
caylon mustiful 2 aylar önce
Its really not, just go to the country side.
manny
manny 2 aylar önce
It's not though you just don't get out enough
Lorraine Clark
Lorraine Clark 2 aylar önce
That guy's curly mop of hair dangling over the candy looks really GROSS. I wouldn't buy candy there.
ly lee
ly lee 2 aylar önce
This is the first time I heard a detailed description of what is done during each step of the candy making process. Your candy canes have beautiful stripes…very unusual. The last candy looks like the Aquafresh toothpaste.
Alexander Fitzgerald
Alexander Fitzgerald 2 aylar önce
This guy has passion, the way he's talking about the business and history of candy
The Person
The Person 26 gün önce
“The citric acid will burn if the candy is too hot when you add it” I was wondering why my candy has a slight burnt taste to it even when I stop boiling it at the correct temp, it was the acid all along! Thanks for this amazing tip.
Tim
Tim 2 aylar önce
I would have never guessed how complex making hard candy is. A fascinating video. I've put down a pin on my maps of your store, and if I''m ever in your area I'm definitely popping in to try some of your goodies! I also think it's great that your passing down the knowledge to a younger generation. You should write a book about the process and all it's finder details and put it on Amazon or something. Share the knowledge if this ever starts becoming a lost art.
FlowerPrincess16
FlowerPrincess16 5 aylar önce
This video makes me want to go to their store and buy all of their candy. The process is gentle and natural, and the owner is so wholesome. I know it taste amazing
Alexatoshay
Alexatoshay Aylar önce
@Compulsory Evacuation Device except the only country they dont post to is the uk, they can to ireland! but not the uk? anywhere but the uk?? -_-
Luca Peyrefitte
Luca Peyrefitte 2 aylar önce
You can order online, I thought about it but I also don’t really want to much candy
Tina
Tina 2 aylar önce
@hmalik Everything in moderation! I would love a dozen of those cute little sugarplum drops right now. If I decide to enjoy some empty calories, I want to eat a small amount of something really, really good.
Valerie
Valerie 2 aylar önce
@Lorraine Clark Thanks for the newsflash, but you've already made that clear.
Lorraine Clark
Lorraine Clark 2 aylar önce
That guy's curly mop of hair dangling over the candy looks really GROSS. I wouldn't buy candy there.
Freezah
Freezah 2 aylar önce
Amazing to see a business owner so truly passionate about his product. A candy historian and professional, all in one. No doubt this man is doing what he loves and it’s no wonder he’s been so successful.
BALLS of ART
BALLS of ART Aylar önce
I love this man being interviewed, you can tell he loves wat he does and hes so humble about it at the same time! He does not at any point try and make himself come across as better than anyone else, the kind of person id love to meet.!!
Daniel Varney
Daniel Varney 2 aylar önce
All I want in my life is to find a career where I am as enthusiastic and knowledgeable as this guy is about candy production.
Bad Cornflakes
Bad Cornflakes 2 aylar önce
It's amazing to me that people out there create sweet treats for us to enjoy. They must really love making people happy.
Atomkaerna
Atomkaerna 8 aylar önce
I love what he said about seeing himself, not as an owner of the equipment, but instead a caretaker of it. It just sounds so genuine and humble, like he really just cares about the craftsmanship of it all instead of primarily focusing on getting praise or money for what he does. These kinds of people are really the ones who keep things running.
Guillermo Oliva III
Guillermo Oliva III 2 aylar önce
Not only that, this is what we are lacking on our World. So, it will be sad when people no longer care much for themselves.
Sarafina Summers
Sarafina Summers 2 aylar önce
But we also have to think that equipment of that craftmanship will be around for maybe centuries to come, long after Greg and his proginy are gone. So he is, in a way, just its temporal and temporary caretaker.
JanglangMalatang
JanglangMalatang 3 aylar önce
How beautiful words ! Not a owner but instead a caretaker.. remember once you run your own business your not the boss your customers or patience are your boss your guide as they tell you how they want something done you then created something unique thrilling how amazing. 📣try new things create your mind find it 🎭
Christian 2
Christian 2 7 aylar önce
@Felix Jessup it is impossible.
lxs077
lxs077 8 aylar önce
the scissor story was awesome, like his grandfather is working with him in spirit, even though he never met him.
Segev Krespi
Segev Krespi 2 aylar önce
"we cut the candy on our canvil, a little candy anvil, because we're sugar smiths" someone give this sweet man a hug he's precious
hallenhendricks
hallenhendricks 2 aylar önce
I love watching anyone make anything they are passionate about and well skilled at. I love seeing them at peace and filled with joy as they make something creative with their own hands. It's awesome.
Caleb Sherwood
Caleb Sherwood 27 gün önce
It's sort of cool how this is a very technical and well thought out process, yet it still requires manual skill and labor
CashewCassius
CashewCassius Aylar önce
I love lofty pursuits' candy! I really need to order their rose candies again.
Real
Real 8 aylar önce
Been a fan of Lofty Pursuits for a while now. This guy knows his candy. He's even been able to reverse engineer candy that's been out of production for years.
Debbie Flaherty
Debbie Flaherty 7 aylar önce
🙆🏻‍♀️ So….he just might be the guy who will create the Everlasting Gobstopper.
Lara Nelemans
Lara Nelemans 8 aylar önce
@no further west it's full name is 'Lofty Pursuits and Public Displays of Confection'.
Lara Nelemans
Lara Nelemans 8 aylar önce
Greg is awesome, I love him.
ninthRing
ninthRing 8 aylar önce
If he can get me a recipe for Throaties, I'd be bloody ecstatic!
Flutterbree
Flutterbree Aylar önce
I love watching Lofty Pursuits shorts, they've had a channel for awhile. They exude such a refreshing energy, so I always feel a little better than before I watched!
TheFurmidableCat Lucky
that was absolutely incredible, much respect to him, such a sweet guy and he's so passionate about what he do
Derpy Axolotl {FlyHighTechno}
12:36 "We do this on our canvil, our candy anvil, because we're sugar smiths!" THE JOY THAT SINGLE SENTENCE BROUGHT ME IN GENERAL THIS MAN IS SO WHOLESOME.
MrRouke
MrRouke 2 aylar önce
This guy has a TRvid channel called lofty pursuits I've been watching it for years I'm not even a big candy nut but listen to him describing the history behind everything is fascinating.
Olivia Fairchild
Olivia Fairchild 7 aylar önce
i loved his assistant he clearly loves his job, the lil "mmm smells like pink" was honestly the best part about this.
R
R Aylar önce
mmm... f
BrigidsBlest7
BrigidsBlest7 2 aylar önce
The assistant's hair (and my inability to see his face due to the mask) made me think of Weird Al Yankovic.
Kaibigang Oso
Kaibigang Oso 2 aylar önce
its Mr. Hot Pot tho 😎
Hivedragon
Hivedragon 2 aylar önce
@Streaming TV Exactly.
kendra kolker
kendra kolker 2 aylar önce
Gosh his stories of the history has me in awe. Everything is just so disposable it's sad but not in this case
Curtis Xii
Curtis Xii Aylar önce
He totally love what he does and it comes across in the vid. Love the passion! loved watching
Leggo Myeggo
Leggo Myeggo Aylar önce
I really love listening to people that LOVE what they do, they will always make everything interesting.
Max
Max 2 aylar önce
This is Amazing! I have So much respect for these creative people. Made my life sweeter. Literally!!
Dabednego
Dabednego 8 aylar önce
I got to meet Greg at his store a few years ago. He was making pomegranate image candy that day, and he used some of the candy “dough” to make a rose blossom lollipop for my sister-in-law, who he could tell was having a bad day.
Kyle Guajardo
Kyle Guajardo 5 aylar önce
I bet he said something along the lines of "I have just the thing for you."
Vertebrae Feline
Vertebrae Feline 5 aylar önce
What a sweet man!
ViaGray
ViaGray 8 aylar önce
Awwwwwww man
Lyndanet
Lyndanet 8 aylar önce
What a sweet heart 💚
AJayAnswersYou
AJayAnswersYou 2 aylar önce
I just love seeing the long piece of soft (to be hard) candy, and how they form it, and make it into certain shapes, just like making a wine glass. Absolutely fascinating!
sneekyshot1
sneekyshot1 2 aylar önce
I remember watching this guy make candy more than 5 years ago now it must be. Glad he's still passionate about it.
I’m Tired Too -.• * ,  -
I used to watch lofty pursuits endlessly, it’s good to see they’re still going great!
Takisha Edwards
Takisha Edwards 2 aylar önce
I love the way he talks about his craft! So passionate and heartwarming
Schnoz
Schnoz 8 aylar önce
I've eaten a ton of their candy, which is very expensive (but worth every penny). It's amazing. The way it releases the flavor, and the flavors themselves, are second to none. Even strange flavors you wouldn't think you'd like, are often delicious.
f
f Aylar önce
@Sufig Safho prob not sorry
Sufig Safho
Sufig Safho Aylar önce
@f do they have an online shop?
f
f Aylar önce
@Sufig Safho Its a small shop in Toruń, it is just named "manufaktura cukierków" which basically means candy manofactory
Sufig Safho
Sufig Safho Aylar önce
@f drop me the name of the shop
☆ feisbaes! . * ☆
@K A holy crap they have everything
halfrek
halfrek Aylar önce
Lofty Pursuits makes tasty candy and I absolutely loved seeing this craft! You guys are awesome.
Ella Jones
Ella Jones Aylar önce
This is literally my dream job! I’ve never been able to find a place where I live that does rock candy! But this job has been on my bucket list 💯
mccnbinnie
mccnbinnie 2 aylar önce
This man so passionate about his job and making candy makes everything about candy making so fascinating
Marah Morris
Marah Morris 2 aylar önce
It’s so magical to me how the candy canes look metalic
TheWattage
TheWattage 5 aylar önce
" Ideas, people, friendships, loves. And if we can remember all that, everything's as sweet as candy. " I felt that one, right in my heart and soul.
AnaSofia San Martin
AnaSofia San Martin 2 aylar önce
"Mmmm, smells like pink." I felt that.
Amber Davis
Amber Davis 2 aylar önce
what terrible sentimentality
TheFurmidableCat Lucky
that was amazing
Jordan Beagle
Jordan Beagle 2 aylar önce
Never thought I'd find a video about making candy so interesting! Cool how it's science and an art!
Bunkysmom65
Bunkysmom65 2 aylar önce
Loved this! It's cool to see what goes into something we enjoy so much but never think about. One thing bothered me about it though --- they really need hairnets.
hackman
hackman 2 aylar önce
full body smocks would be even better
Blackout987
Blackout987 2 aylar önce
my first thought as well
Dan M
Dan M 2 aylar önce
I ordered some of his candy and just got it today. It's awesome! The watermelon image candy really tastes like watermelon. It doesn't taste like the fake watermelon candy that is mass produced. The snozzberries taste like snozzberries!
linda handley
linda handley 2 aylar önce
This really makes me appreciate candy even more. What an art form! 🍡🍬🍭🍡🍬 It's 3:30 a.m. and I want some candy!
AKittyCat
AKittyCat 9 aylar önce
Really cool to see Greg get features like this. Been a huge fan of his channel for years.
A Fluffy Little Friend
@John 8:32 , Greg is a lovely man with experience and passion that works at Lofty Pursuits and the voice overs on his videos will probably leave you with a smile
John 8:32
John 8:32 8 aylar önce
Who are we talking about? Who's Greg?
A Fluffy Little Friend
Ey! good to see ya!
Lofty Pursuits
Lofty Pursuits 8 aylar önce
@A Fluffy Little Friend Not Bob Ross ... Candy Warhol.
Bleng Diabloed
Bleng Diabloed Aylar önce
Everyone commenting about Greg, but Uri is as capable as him. Having an apprentice like that is a good way to preserve the arts.
Em-agan
Em-agan 2 aylar önce
Yes!!! Love this channel! Greg is so knowledgeable and passionate. Seems like such a kind guy
GameWithAdam
GameWithAdam 2 aylar önce
Just amazing. But now I'm wondering how do you keep jelly candy soft and stop it going hard?
LukatE
LukatE Aylar önce
This is about the 5th time I've watched this, and I still find it interesting every time.
Sage Merric
Sage Merric 8 aylar önce
9:59 The coolest thing about this is the way the boss talks to his staff. He actually respects them as fellow professionals and works alongside them. The best bosses are the ones who don't feel like bosses, you love to see it.
Jake Nguyen
Jake Nguyen 8 aylar önce
That's the difference between a boss and a leader
the wrong answer wonder
@Jessica Rogers (TYPING TERROR) So is he actually a decent person or does he put that on for the camera?
lazy tama
lazy tama 8 aylar önce
@I can't think of a good name so ok :D
I can't think of a good name so
@lazy tama ignore toxic people like him
PANZERFAUST90
PANZERFAUST90 8 aylar önce
@Jørgen Fallet Mosand k what
Jane Nurse
Jane Nurse 2 aylar önce
I don't eat candy but this was pure art and joy! What a wonderful craftsman and kind soul. So sweet =)
Eugene Verster
Eugene Verster 2 aylar önce
that was cool, kinda makes me wanna open a retro candy store i am surprised these guys arnt bigger, the workout they get making candy seems intense
Catseye189
Catseye189 2 aylar önce
I love the repurposed tools you are giving continued use. Looks delicious!
Stone859
Stone859 2 aylar önce
Amazing. Sort of reminds me of blowing glass...everything has to be right all the time. Also, people that know what they're doing make it look easy.
E Abbi
E Abbi 7 aylar önce
I could watch this guy talk all day about anything! He is so knowledgeable and passionate and explains everything just right. He makes me want to be a sugar smith!!
olivia
olivia 3 aylar önce
he was so good at explaining everything
Charli Espinoza
Charli Espinoza 4 aylar önce
Lofty Pursuits has a podcast!
Fyn Kozari
Fyn Kozari 5 aylar önce
I was like, how do u know so much?
Karl C
Karl C 7 aylar önce
He has a yt channel called lofty pursuits
B Jolly
B Jolly 2 aylar önce
Fascinating!! Thanks for demonstrating your art for us!
Jim The EDC Guy
Jim The EDC Guy 2 aylar önce
I love his channel! He has such a passion for candy making and it's history!
trblessed1020
trblessed1020 Aylar önce
Seeing him make this candy makes me feel like each individual piece is a treasure
Rhea Flowers
Rhea Flowers 2 aylar önce
Watching this video was so relaxing to me. I loved seeing the process. It made realize that even in candy making, there’s science and art.
anxiety marinated
anxiety marinated 3 aylar önce
He has his own TRvid channel, and I watch it all the time. When I went down to Florida, I met him in his shop. He gave me a free t-shirt when I talked about the channel. Truly an amazing guy.
Siegel
Siegel Aylar önce
@Heather Huber When I went to visit him in his candy shop , I bought as many candies as I can get then I got discounts to purchase more candies...months later the doctor said I have type 2 diabetes...👓😶
Heather Huber
Heather Huber Aylar önce
@iiExtinctLeaf when I wen to his shop, I mentioned his channel and this special episode on wired and he went back in time and married my mom so I could be his *real* daughter and took care of him as he aged, learned the trade and went on to be another branch of the company up in Canada and made the company more money than ever because it is so delicious everyone loves it so much.
Pudding
Pudding Aylar önce
@Sophia Simmons when I met him he gave me all candy
Sophia Simmons
Sophia Simmons Aylar önce
when i met him at the shop i mentioned his channel and he gave me his child’s trust fund
𝑲𝒚𝒍𝒊𝒆♡
@SussyRat when I met him at the shop i mentioned the channel and he made me his daughter
Julie Comans
Julie Comans 2 aylar önce
We need a love button here! I find candy-making so entertaining & this puts it all in perspective. Thanks!
Serra D
Serra D Aylar önce
I love how this man is so passionate about his job. You can clearly see that he loves what he does
Terry Jaster
Terry Jaster 2 aylar önce
The young man with the bowtie seems to really really enjoy his job. I hope he is still there making candy. Dedication such as his is rare these days.
Alphahawkgames
Alphahawkgames 2 aylar önce
Ive watched this guy for a while its amazing that wired did something with him.
Commodore Blue
Commodore Blue 9 aylar önce
This guy was really amazing. Please bring him back for more, Wired! He's got such a great knack for explaining and teaching, and I love how smart, informed and passionate he is about his craft. I would love to watch more videos with him talking about anything related to candy! Also, those image candies blew my mind!
Người Khách Lạ
Người Khách Lạ 8 aylar önce
Some people are really into sweet. When you like something it shows when you talk about it.
Elli Baker
Elli Baker 8 aylar önce
www.TRvid.com/LoftyPursuits - I recommend his other videos!
MrPortal1111
MrPortal1111 9 aylar önce
The Lofty Pursuits TRvid channel has lots of candy making videos, all narrated by Greg!
J Randall
J Randall Aylar önce
I don’t even like candy that much, but I could watch candy being made all day…
Mantidream
Mantidream 2 aylar önce
I checked out their business' website, and it's clear that they made comparitively mundane candies in this video. They have beautiful candies with intersting designs and internal structure available, and descriptions for how they made each one
Jordan Beagle
Jordan Beagle 2 aylar önce
10:30 I love how he asks the other guy, it really sounds more like a partnership than anything else
Lorraine Gates
Lorraine Gates 19 gün önce
This was fascinating. I hadn't intended to watch this but got "pulled" right in. Thank you for sharing this.
Brenda Gonzalez
Brenda Gonzalez 8 aylar önce
This guy made this so interesting, with how passionate he sounded, that he makes me feel like maybe I could become a candy maker. He should have his own TRvid channel, I'd love to watch how different candies are made and watch whenever a new design is made or new candy[UPDATE] Aaahh!! Turns out they do have a YT channel!!!! Im so subscribing right now!
Little Birdling
Little Birdling 5 aylar önce
Lofty Pursuits
Roah
Roah 6 aylar önce
Love this dude also I'm pretty sure I've eaten bit of his hair I remember spitting hair when I was chewing a candy
Steve Skouson
Steve Skouson 6 aylar önce
So, I see the title, and wonder if someone is muscling in on GReg's channel. Nope! If you want the complete experience, view while eating some Lofty Pursuits candy. Thanks GReg! steve
Exincendia
Exincendia 7 aylar önce
I agree, this was super interesting and his passion for it certainly came through.
SCOOTER Summers
SCOOTER Summers 7 aylar önce
@Hue Lofty Pursuits!
Stefania Smanio
Stefania Smanio 2 aylar önce
Cannot believe that! Fantastic! Next time I have a candy, I’ll think of it as a piece of art! 😍🤗
Seth Tamwood
Seth Tamwood Aylar önce
Love the eggnog candy. Love that it's trans flag colors. Also these guys are absolutely awesome and I love their youtube channel.
FantasyDinos
FantasyDinos 2 aylar önce
its crazy how much of a true candy maker this man is, it just amazes me lol
Tuddle
Tuddle 2 aylar önce
I’ve wanted this a few times in the past month and it’s still amazing to me.
Emily Baca
Emily Baca 9 aylar önce
I’m so happy that Lofty Pursuits is being highlighted on Wired. Greg is such a nice and wholesome guy😁👍
Jelly Ricesamy
Jelly Ricesamy 8 aylar önce
Me 3
Hannah Brown
Hannah Brown 8 aylar önce
Me tooooo!!! So cool to see.
Rayna Ramsay
Rayna Ramsay 27 gün önce
I always thought that table was slightly warm so it doesn't set so quickly. Never realised it was the opposite
kendra kolker
kendra kolker 2 aylar önce
I love his knowledge and passion. Then finding the old hooks amazing
Echos Paw
Echos Paw 2 aylar önce
Loved this! 🍭🍬 I kind of want to make some homemade candy, myself.
James McCormick
James McCormick 2 aylar önce
This was awesome! This art for was fascinating to me. I want to see more. Oh, and I want some of those Sugarplum candies.
Jackattack
Jackattack 5 aylar önce
I'm glad that lofty pursuits got the attention they deserve.
ElizaPer
ElizaPer 2 aylar önce
@Smelly Patel What wrong with you? got hurt by a candy?
Smelly Patel
Smelly Patel 2 aylar önce
@Aggie Baggins paying over $10 for a tiny portion of candy is hilariously yuppyish to say the least
Travelin' Ted
Travelin' Ted 2 aylar önce
@Smelly Patel Hand made candy is a lot different than mass produced, machine made candy.
한국어TCG
한국어TCG 2 aylar önce
@Mai N preach
Mai N
Mai N 3 aylar önce
What people need to remember is, that this is a hand-crafted product. Back in the day, sweets were a rare treat and so are these. Made for special occasions. They shouldn't be cheap. We need to let that mentality go. This is what a sustainable, traditional, high quality product looks like.
Mark Mayhew
Mark Mayhew 2 aylar önce
Looks like one heck of a physical job process, thanks for sharing this art form just amazing.
sebastianek23
sebastianek23 2 aylar önce
one of the best "how to..." I ever watched....seamless and his enthusiasm is child like pure...amazing!
Leftist at the Party
Leftist at the Party 2 aylar önce
This is the same company that makes Tangerine Sours, which are a recreation of the Altoid sours that I loved so much as a kid. They do a great job.
Myles & More
Myles & More 2 aylar önce
The employee's enthusiasm for his job is legendary
Gerhard Becker
Gerhard Becker Aylar önce
12:36 can we take a moment to appreciate the speed this man cuts candy at. Wow
Taunting Frenchman
Taunting Frenchman 2 aylar önce
They make it look so easy and enjoyable. Bravo.
Н Р
Н Р Aylar önce
I saw this once in a shop, such a mesmerizing process
ken glass
ken glass 2 aylar önce
That was very informative, really enjoyed watching that !!
whatever_ImAGirl
whatever_ImAGirl 8 aylar önce
Imagine having technology that doesn't break or die every 2 years... that's so beautiful
Hazal
Hazal 6 aylar önce
@Liz Leon Oh what? Really? It's lead? Aw man. I appreciate their passion but ouch.
Liz Leon
Liz Leon 6 aylar önce
But is it food safe by today's standards? That red paint on the 1910 batch roller is likely 50% lead... And it's touching the candy canes, and has clearly flaked off into the candy over time! Brass is made with lead, too. I really don't think lead has any place in food. Their candy looks beautiful, and I love their passion for history in candy, but I don't think I'd feel comfortable eating their food :(
IM on the rise
IM on the rise 7 aylar önce
This is an excellent comment!! And it brings back so many fond memories of my own household. Mostly when the United States was known for making long lasting products, which was 'normal' at the time! My father owned an electric circular saw made by a brand called Dormeyer (now defunct). They also made kitchen housewares and everything that they made would easily last two-or-three decades, yet performed as if it was pulled out of the box on the first day!!! The issue with most of today's products is that our great nation stopped caring about quality, and started focusing on quantity.
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