Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello again, this is Lynn and Mai Hi Today we will be bringing another candy making video. For those who do not know us, we are a hand crafted candy shop located in Montreal, Canada Please enjoy the show We are gonna make a pink colour candy! It's gonna be a cute little animal from the farm. You can guess which animal it is And its flavour So now we are adding the colour, as you can see the candy is extremely hot. It evaporates the water from the colour as soon as we put it in. This is a citric acid we are adding into the candy. It makes the candy taste not bland. It balances out the sweet taste, and the sourness of the fruit. At this stage, we are cooling off the candy, on the granite table, to a degree we can work with. By massaging the candies like this, or folding them Uh, we're mixing the colours and the acid It gives them a really good texture. Alright, this piece is ready to go So Mai is now gonna stretch the smaller pieces of candy with her hands. On the hot table. So now I'm gonna stretch this big piece of pink candy on the hook So this is the process of candy pulling, or uh candy stretching By doing this, we're folding air bubbles inside the candy, so it makes the candies very crunchy when you eat them. At this stage, the candy is still extremely hot so we have to wear lots of gloves 199 200 So, for those having guessed now, what we are doing today We are gonna make a batch of cherry flavoured candies The design of the candy today is another animal, its a farm animal It's a little pig. So we're gonna start off by making the pig's nose first So we're making the pig's nose We already have what's inside the nose Just gonna add a little outline to it So now the nose is complete Here's what it looks like It's cute, right guys? Now that the nose is complete, we're gonna move on to the eyeballs of the pig See, we just make one eyeball and then we cut it into two So now we're gonna have two identical eyeballs So now, we've finished the eye, this is what it looks like And our next plan is to assemble the eyes and the nose together So now, we've finished the ear And we're gonna assemble everything very very soon Right now, I'm making the outline for the pig It's a really really hard piece that I'm trying to shape The candy at this stage even though we've been working on it for almost an hour is still very very hot Now we're gonna make this candy small It will be a really giant candy to eat on its own right now So with the help of gravity the candy will stretch on it's own and become smaller and smaller that's how we transfer a big big candy into smaller pieces of candy like this Thank you for watching the video if you liked the candies, you can order them online at Candylabs.ca We now also offer candy workshops where you can make your own candies for more information, you can call us in-store or send us an email Thank you once again, see you next time Bye!