Papabubble, the most exquisite hard candy!

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The hard candy is rich in color, beautiful to look at, and full of flavor. They make custom shapes, use custom colors, and even add custom names to the candy. The lollipops are extra large and thick and look almost too good to touch (go for it, you can always buy another one!)

Everything at Papabubble is made in house and the only ingredients used in most of their hard candies are sugar, glucose, water, citric acid, flavor, and color. They use only high quality flavors which are custom made to their regimented specifications. All of the lollipops are hand shaped and all of the candies with designs are hand constructed, stretched and cut.

If you are ever in NYC, go watch them and sample a piece. They make candy in the store Tuesday through Sunday at 380 Broome St. NY.NY 10013. Order some today at 212 966 2599 or visit Papabubble.com

Some history on Papabubble:

Papabubble is a custom-made and artisanal candy shop that was started in Barcelona by two Australians, Nigel Chouri and Chris King. Nigel learned the craft of candy making from a Danish man in Australia who had learned from another candy maker, who had learned from another, in a long line of candy makers reaching back to the origins of the style of candy that they make in northern Europe.

Note on their Hecksher: They are kosher certified by KC International Kosher Council, Rabbi Schwarcz. Although this hecksher approves establishments that are open on the Sabbath we had the product checked out to ensure the kashrus. According to Rabbi Pinchas Chatzinoff of Cedarhurst, NY, this product’s hecksher is recommended.


55 thoughts on “Papabubble, the most exquisite hard candy!

  1. I love Papabubble! I hope they do a Hannukah mix next year.
    My favorite flavor is passion fruit and sour watermelon. What I really like about the candy is it is not very very sweet like other hard candies. I guess it is because of it’s European roots?

    I wish they would open a store in Philadelphia! Looking forward to trying the math mix since I am a math teacher.

    Well worth the money for any foodie…………………………….

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