5 Most Colorful Sweets In The World
Have you ever troubled yourself with the thoughts of Sweets brands? Well, different sweets brands, also known as candies have different colors, tastes, sizes and shapes.
Yesterday was 1st of June (International kid’s day) so I wanted to write about what candies the world kids eat or used to eat.
Herein are is a list of 5 most colorful sweets in the world
1. Peko Milky Candy
Sweet milky candy is a sweet known for its colors and taste. The sweet is good, colorful and as sweet as caramel with more milk. Peko Milk Candy traces its origin in Japan
These sweet candies are created with sweetened condensed milk from Hokkaido (Japan). This gives them smooth creamy flavour.
On the bag there is Fujiya, the official mascot Peko-Chan. You can purchase on Amazon for around 4$ a bag.
The colorful sweets are sugarcoated natural violets. Violetas are widely found in Madrid. You probably have never tasted anything quite like it.
They look like frozen flowers, in fact in Madrid you can also buy candied chestnuts. The thing is that not only it looks like a flower but it also contains the essence of one. Pretty cool gift if you ask me.
3. Beacon Liquorice Allsorts
This is a colorful assortment of sweets found in South Africa. A worker of Beacon brought forth an idea “All sorts love Allsorts” in the 1970s that branded these sweets. Every pack comes with different flavors, different sizes, shapes, and colors.
In case you are interested to know what are the ingredients let me list them up for you.
Corn Starch, glycerol, natural colors, palm oil, wheat flour and last but not least cane molasses.
Everyone calls it: The Original Play Food. Probably because it looks like Lego or that is good to eat them while you play. 🙂
4. Kopiko Mini Coffee
Kopiko Mini Coffee Sweet has a sweetened coffee taste. Sometimes the most colorful sweets are those that take something delicious and turn it into a small, hard rock of flavor just like Kopiko Mini Coffee. This sweet originates from Thailand
The actual candies contain extract of real coffee beans but also on top of that sugar, glucose, coconut oil and butter. Where you can find these? In Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Germany and Singapore to name a few countries.
5. Botan Rice Candy
Finally, a colorful sweet that wants you to eat the wrapper is the Botan Rice Candy. This lemon-orange flavored sweet comes wrapped in a layer of rice paper that is edible.
Another Japanese creation, Botan Rice Candy was imported to US currently. It derives it’s name from Botan which means pomelo. The ingredients are glucose syrup, sugar, sweet rice, water, lemon and orange.
The above 5 most colorful sweets in the world are just amazing and can easily get anyone yearning for more as if they were a diet. If you are bored of the usual store candies you can order a pack each and try it out for example at a party.
I knew some people that ordered sweets only to have them in a ball on the livingroom table just for display, nobody was eating them though. If you were a regular guest you could imagine that the host had an unlimited amount of candies he refreshed 🙂
As you noticed the majority have Japanese origin so if you travel there you can grab as many cool candies you can (I promise they are amazing). Also related to Japan check out this article.
Until next time,