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The number one most popular treat, candy floss, fairy floss, cotton candy, papas beard, or ghosts beard. Every nation seems to have its own name for it but it all refers to the magical spun sugar dessert.
Made using an electric machine that heats and melts sugar. Then spinning it through tiny holes to create that fluffy spider web confection that everyone loves.
Candy floss is great for weddings, parties, college balls and corporate events.
Our candy floss cart hire is available with various flavours including;
Fluffy magic candy floss is often booked for the children, but ends up being enjoyed by guests of all ages. Watching the candy floss being made is almost as much fun as eating it and never fails to amaze the younger guests.
For those who are worried about the health concerns with candy floss, it is more air than sugar. Indeed a standard stick of candy floss has far less sugar than a soft drink.
Candy Floss was first made using an electric machine by a dentist, William Morrison at the 1904 World’s Fair.
One operator can operate and serve both items, reducing the price for you, but giving your guests twice the treat. Popcorn can be supplied, sweet, salted or in various gourmet flavours.
We offer a range of carts that the candy floss can be supplied on, they include;
We can also design and build a completely one off custom structure for sales promotions or exhibition use. It also possible to supply floss in branded tubs as part of a sales promotion or exhibition.
The Real Secret Behind Candy Floss.
Most people will talk about melting points of sugar, centripetal force etc. But thats just a cover story.
In the bottom of each candy floss machine lives a band of happy goblins, merrily taking the sugar and knitting it into the fluffy sweet confectionary we all know and love.
But shhhhh! Don't tell everyone, its meant to be a secret.
Candy Floss Fun Facts.
Candy floss was invented by a dentist!
Candy Floss first sold for 25c, the equivalent to almost $7 today, or in pounds of the realm, it first sold for 5p, the equivalent today of £5.90.
At the St Louis Worlds Fair, they sold 68,655 boxes of candy floss for a total of $17,163, equivalent to $478,025 today.
Threads of candy floss are thinner than the human hair.
In 2009 someone invented a candy floss vending machine.
The worlds longest candy floss came in at 1,400 metres, and took 6 hours to make.
Street vendors in China, use candy floss to create edible artworks.
Candy floss is fat free.
A typical candy floss contains less sugar than a can of soda.
Todays candy floss machines, use basically the same technology as when it was first invented.
Equipment Size Various Available.
Power Standard Power Socket Required.
Access Our carts dismantle entirely for easy access.
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