Candy (French, candy, bon-something good) is a hard candy made from sugar with added color and flavor. It comes from the French word “bon” which means something good. The candy is difficult to last longer because it is consumed by dissolving in the mouth and it is difficult to bite.
They used to be sold from large glassware per gram, and today they are mostly produced in the factory and sold packaged in 100 gram bags.
Syrup from a mixture of sugar and water (milk, etc.) Cooking is done in certain concentrations or until it begins to caramelize. Regardless of the ingredients and the length of the fermentation, different types of candy are obtained.
Before thermometers became widely available, the concentration of sugar in a solution was determined by simple methods: a tablespoon of the mixture was immersed in cold water and the phase of the solutions was determined on the basis of its properties.