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Round 2: Can they pull off such a difficult design? Watch a huge lump of sugar turn into a tiny panda.
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With spectacular reception of our previous how to make traditional hard candy video, we decided to return to Candy Labs for Round 2. An ever more disappearing art, these specialty candies are made by hand. Our video documents a roughly 3 hour process of one of their popular original designs, and is edited into a 20 minute in-depth episode about a day in the life of a candy maker and the techniques involved in making artisan candy. Follow Lin and Mei as they make an even more complex design: a Panda. Using old fashion techniques, they transform a giant mass of sugar into tiny sweets – it’s tempting to say you may even need a microscope to see the little face, or at least really good glasses. These candies are made on-site at their store, hidden in a corner of downtown Montreal – see address below.

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Lydia Wong says:

4:36 those candy looks like Aarons thinking putty

ThatPuppyLover says:


Karrie Moy says:

<3 cute as they are delicious looking! O(≧▽≦)O

Marta Gonzales says:

This is soo Cool!

Macy Panda says:

This is so satisfying

Emily Barrow says:

I really appreciate the art behind candy making after watching this.

Jaydee Eloen says:

What?!! HOW?!! I saw the whole video but I still don't get it.

Sarah says:

wow very awesome. thankyou Lin and friend..that was amazing to watch

Lucky Lex says:

this video made me super sleepy, but in a good way! I'd love to play with the texture of it while it's still soft haha

Anrae Soliva says:

My mouth is watering😣

Snow's Samurai Angel says:

love this candy. so good

Brenda Mitchell says:

It is so cool to see how you can make a cool design out of sugar and how it is assembled all together for the end product

Perla Serrano says:

wth wow @_@

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Alyssa Wyss says:

When the candy mixture is still warm it looks like Ooblec

Gorgusly ME says:

Wene you see the thumbnail yup I can make this u watch the video ummmm……………..

Skyrichaveryl Yaplul, j says:

that was super yummy I taste that!

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