The Berlingot is a tiny sweet in the shape of a cube, or dice with all color and taste following the creation of the artist.
Berlingot by Charles Chavanette.
Its name Berlingot is said to come from the game of jacks, or osselets which was called berlingaù in Provençal. A lovely legend attributes the origins of this candy to the pastry maker for Pope Clement V (Bertrand de Got).
At any rate, a more recent origin is also known. Berlingot is born by an idea with fruit for candy and become glory to the world. A lot carton, other children toy made with shaped of Berlingot, tiny decorative things… it’s a source of idea for fashion…so sweet symbol for grace and lovely.
Berlingot – So sweet
The Berlingot is actually a caramel, in that it is cooked sugar. It is a hard, translucent candy that is colored and striped with white. Green berlingots are anise-flavored. Yellow are lemon, brown means coffee-flavored berlingots, and orange is orange.
Berlingot on processing
Great Berlingot Bonbon