Papabubble? Looking for good hard candy..
I am always on the lookout for local sources of hard candy. (Are these known as boiled sweets?) I usually stock up in Italy (my latest addiction is to Baratti and Milano Rosa Canina from Turin) but I see that a branch of this Spanish chain is now open in Broome Street. How is their candy? And recommended flavors? Thanks.
I'm no hard candy expert, but I really liked Papabubble. Besides being beautiful, the flavors were very strong, in a good way. I think I had a mix of fruit ones, plus ginger, lavendar, some other spices (this was a long time ago so it's hard to remember). They had a good cherry one, I believe. They give you a sample as you walk in the door, which is always a bonus :)
They are pretty expensive, and there are plenty of other sweets out there that I'd rather spend money on, which is why I never went back. But as hard candy goes they are the best I've had (again, I'm no expert)...