Sugar Plums: Colorful and Traditional


A collection of anise, fennel, and almond sugar plums dating back to the 1600s. Full of sweet snappiness. Enjoy as a breath-freshener after a meal, on top of ice cream or other dessert, or for midday refreshment. Comes with four onces in a heat-sealed bag with the history on the label.

A Bit of History

Sugar plums come from the word “plum,” meaning “good.” Each took weeks to make by a highly skilled craftsman who rolled a seed or nut in sugar in a large cooper pan over a fire, let it dry, and rolled it again. Since only the wealthy could afford them, the sugar plums were associated with wealth and class. The sugar plums were enjoyed as refreshment after a meal.

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