Gourmet Candy Buffet for Up to 50 or 100 from Sweet Confections Gourmet Candy Buffets (Up to 50% Off)

Orange County

Value Discount You Save
$325 46% $150
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In a Nutshell

After a design consultation, the designer creates a candy buffet to match the theme of your event; delivery, setup, and take-down included

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only within Orange County and Riverside County. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $175 for a Party Deluxe candy buffet for up to 50 (up to $325 value)
  • $325 for a Party Deluxe candy buffet for up to 100 (up to $650 value)

Cotton Candy: A Homespun Treat

A staple at fairs and kid-friendly events, cotton candy combines delicious flavor with a fun texture. Learn more with Groupon's guide to this wispy treat.

Just as a cloud is nothing but a hovering mass of water vapor, cotton candy is deceptively simple: each billow is composed entirely of sugar. In a conventional cotton-candy machine, granular sugar—as well as food coloring—is poured into a heated cylinder, which melts it into liquid. The cylinder then spins at a fast enough rate to fling the liquid through tiny grommets, causing the fast-cooling sugar to congeal into threads and collect along the walls of a large outer bowl. The vendor then uses a paper stick to spool the sticky threads into a fluffy drumstick, ready to eat or use as a torch to navigate a dark gumdrop forest.

The Threads of History

Because of its thread-like consistency, cotton candy was originally marketed as fairy floss. That term first entered the public consciousness at the 1904 Saint Louis World's Fair, where confectioner John Wharton and his unlikely partner—a dentist—unveiled their machine-spun creation. The treat may have existed in some form before that, however, as Venetian pastry chefs had experimented with "spun sugar" in the 15th century, and aristocrats in 18th-century England and the US seemed to consider it an indulgence on special occasions.

Sweet Confections Gourmet Candy Buffets

Established: 2013
Staff size: one person
Reservations/appointments: required
Most popular offering: wedding and large-event candy buffets
Good for kids: yes

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