Sachet wrapped bon bons are perfect for your candy bowl. What is this candy exactly? It's hard candy filled with a flavoring such as apple, pinneapple, orange and cherry. There are approx 70 pieces per pound.
Tim the Candy Man was an inventor of new types of candy. I met him one afternoon while I was walking through a fruit farm. I greeted him and asked what he was doing here. He said he was a candy inventor, and he was getting flavors for his newest candy. I asked if I could see his workshop, and he said that I could on Tuesday. He gave me his address and we went on our separate ways.
On Tuesday, I drove up to his workshop. I knocked on the door, and he answered within five seconds of the last knock. "Come in! Come in!" he said happily. I followed him through a maze of rooms to what looked like a laboratory and a kitchen merged into one. On one counter, Tim had a basket of fruit that he picked on that day I met him. On the stove was a pot of boiling liquid.
Tim gave me the rundown on what he was doing here. He was pureeing the fruit and boiling the juice which would become hard candy. He also mashed up the fruit to become a filling. "I am going to call them, Fruit Filled Bon Bons!" he said. He gave me a sample of one he had already made. I popped it in my mouth not knowing what to expect. Now, that's the only candy I eat.