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Appenzeller Caramels 100 g

Appenzeller Caramels have a fine, caramel-like taste. Made with fresh cream and sugar, these small caramel candies will make you feel like a child – from just one bite.

SKU SMTAppenCaram100g Categories , Brand:


Weight 0.230 kg
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 cm



Condensed milk, sweetened 48%, sugar, glucose syrup, cream 3%

Appenzeller Caramel

Appenzeller Caramel have a fine taste. Made with fresh ingredients, these small Appenzeller Caramels candies will make you feel like a child – from just one bite.Your perfectly optimized content goes here!

A subtle, caramel-like taste characterizes Caramel. The firm consistency occurs when the sugar and cream cook on an open fire for over an hour. These caramel received a special award when this down-to-earth product became a part of Switzerland’s culinary heritage.

The process

The starting product for the Caramel is a mixture of ingredients such as condensed milk, cream (nidel), may have glucose syrup & more. It’s initially wholly white and they cook it with constant stirring until it turns a nice, brown color.

The mass stands over the fire for more than an hour until it achieves the desired consistency. Finally, the agitator knocks some air bubbles out of the mass. Then everything has to happen very quickly.

The next phase

Afterward, employees take the copper kettle out of the stirrer and bring it to a long marble table on which they empty the mass.

With a spatula and a kind of rolling wood made of aluminum, she spreads the mass down to a thickness of six to seven millimeters.

The air that is undesirable here escapes again. Now a large cookie cutter is pressed onto the mass. Then, they cut the formed mass into pieces so large in order to place it on a baking sheet greased with beeswax.

The ending

The full belch gets to a second table. They quickly turn the top on the sheet and then wipe both sides with a cloth. So, part of the wax gets removed again. Finally, they reduce the caramel more and more by hand until that individual caramel is on the table.

A time testing process

If you work too slowly, the mass freezes. Breaking the rock-hard material into individual pieces would be impossible. The ideal workspace has a low humidity level. If the humidity is too high, the fresh tents stick together.

Too much warm is sign of trouble

It is essential to make the tents in the morning to avoid too much heat or high humidity. An essential tool, the marble table, must not absorb too much heat either. If it gets too warm, the sugar mass sticks to the table.

Experience the best Swiss quality

The brand behind this amazing product is known for its dedication to making a high-quality product. All ingredients gets through a thorough inspection. So add to the cart and stock up some of the best Caramel you will ever have!

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Select, add to cart & order online, and you get the trackable, insured parcel delivered straight to your door, wherever you are in the world, directly from Switzerland. Sent with flat-rate direct from Switzerland a country pioneer in Caramel ​making

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