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This is one of the most famous French confectionery specialties in the world. The diversity of the perfumes and their slightly acidic flavor are worth to the cartoons of many followers. In the shape of tetrahedra, with swollen sides, these sweets are made of strips of light boiled sugar and fillet of boiled and colored sugar. The assembly of colorless and colored bands varies with the sandstone of the manufacturers. Formerly the sugar pudding, worked and stretched, was cut with scissors. Today is a machine that accomplishes this task: the berlingotière. It facilitates work to the detriment of folklore. The dough is obtained by cooking a sugar solution supplemented with glucose syrup. It is scented, tart, colored before being molded.
Ingredients: Sugar, glucose syrup, Acidifier: citric acid, Flavors, natural dyes: curcumin, anthocyanin, paprika extract, cupric chlorophyllin, green tea extract. May contain traces of dried fruit and traces of milk
Confectionery 100% made in France.
Without palm oil.
Guarantee: Without palm oil, paraben, silicone, paraffin or PEG, without coloring or synthetic perfume and without GMO.
What will I receive exactly?
In the bottle of 250 gr. of berlingot candy you will have 40 sweets approximately in a pretty jar with the color of the candy shop. (see the above picture of candy)
In the bottle of 350 gr. of berlingot candy you will have 65 confectioneries approximately
Storage: In a dry place away from light
Best before date: See label on packaging
This candy has a story: The candy is very old. The Arab confectioners were already making a candy in the Middle Ages. In fact, a book from Baghdad gives in 1226 a recipe close to the current Berlingot! The name of the candy is later. It appears for the first time in 1618 spelled 'Berlinguaux' with the meaning of 'Kind of pastry'. It comes from the Italian berlingozzo (kind of macaroon) which itself dates from the fifteenth century.
The most famous berlingots have another legend. At the beginning of the fifteenth century the French Pope Clement V, anxious to get away from the troubles that agitated Rome, was established in the Venaissin County. It was during a banquet given by the pontiff that the master Sylvestre had the idea to create an egg dessert, sprinkled with liquor, accompanied by the best fruits of the country and garnished with fillet of caramel which he had the idea to mix mint and lemon extracts that remained to him. The Pope was the first to taste and appreciate this new delicacy that he named after his name Bertrand de Got who later became Berlingots.
Berlingots are found in Carpentras, Bayeux, Berck, Nantes which are distinguished by the absence of net, and in many other places in France
Entreprise traditionnelle, artisanale et familiale, la « Maison Barnier » défend toujours son identité depuis 1885.
Si Barnier défend la tradition de la qualité c’est une aussi une entreprise qui a créé des confiseries qui connaissent aujourd’hui un très grand succès : les premiers bonbons fourrés enveloppés et les mini bonbons. Barnier utilise toujours des matières premières de qualité, refuse le processus industriel, la chimie au profit de fruits, de plantes, d’arômes d’origine naturelle pour assurer une production de qualité respectueuse de la santé de ses clients. Cette intransigeance sur les sujets de qualité garantie goût et santé.
French berlingot sweet
Powdered and colored berlingots, ready to be tasted! Certainly one of the most famous sweets of sugar and fruit in France, this treat is easily recognized by the intermingling of the sugar fillets that compose it. Many confectioners in France have made it a local specialty.
- A classic
- Cheerful and fruity
- Beautiful and generous candy
100% made in France