A street performer transforms raw sugar into candy canes before the eyes of a growing crowd.
Using the old Victorian method, the confectionery connoisseur rolls out the classic Christmas candy on a portable version of an antique workstation.
The sugar starts as a hot syrup that’s somewhere between solid and liquid. After he adds the peppermint oil and food coloring, things start to look more familiar. Once the layers are rolled together, the familiar stripes start to take form.
Did you know this is how candy canes were made?