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An old confectionery recipe revisited and modernized
A marshmallow made in order to become more contemporary, more punchy by the choice of fresh fruit and tonic flavors. A great idea to decorate party tables! Aromas and dyes are of natural origin.
Ingredients: Wheat glucose syrup, sugar, invert sugar syrup, pork gelatin, wheat starch, sorbitol syrup, natural flavoring, natural colors: E100-E 120. May contain traces of egg and nuts .
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 100gr. of fruit marshmallows you will have 25 sweets approximately in a pretty jar with the color of the candy shop. (see the above picture of candy)
Storage: In a dry place away from light
Best before date: See label on packaging
This marshmallow has a history
At the origin of marshmallow paste is a plant with emollient, softening and resolving properties (Althaea officinalis). This explains its widespread use in the pharmacopoeia at that time. Leaves and flowers were used in infusion and the root in decoction. This root was given to suck to kids in order to calm irritations caused by the growth of teeth. From the marshmallow with orange blossom and gum tragacanth (harvested from the shrubs which produce it) apothecaries and pharmacists also made pastillas for coughing. But gluttony interfered and marshmallow paste was made softer by combining the marshmallow root crushed with water of orange blossoms with gum arabic; all lightened by egg whites. Molded into a stick, this dough knew a great fervor. But its manufacture required a lot of thoroughness. In fact overcooked the dough turned gray instead of remaining white and took a bad taste. This is how the marshmallow paste was going to lose the ingredient that gave it its name! Many manufacturers now are using aerating agents, gelatin and flavors rather than natural fragrances. These products are very popular with children and marshmallow is still in our cultural heritage.
There was in Montpellier (south of France on the mediterranean coast), as in all the cities of France, a dynamic confectionery production
At the end of the 19th century, about a dozen of homemade confectioners provided all sort of confectioneries and sweet tooth. However, the most important speciality of Montpelier was and is liquorice and arabic gum.
100 grams of Marshmallows with natural fruit flavors, pineapple-vanilla, strawberry, grenadine, peach, and orange zest.
- The pleasure of chewing and taste
- Beautiful gay and colorful presentation
100% made in France