National Cotton Candy Day is celebrated on December 7th to our sweet tooth's joy and our dentists' dismay. But did you know dentists actually invented it in 1897? It was even called fairy floss back in the day. This treat has not evolved much over120 years. It's still just 2 ingredients, sugar and air!
Cotton candy has different names around the world. In England, it's called candy floss. In Australia and Finland, it's called fairy floss. In the Netherlands, it's known as suikerspin, which means “sugar spider.” And in France, it's called barbe à papa, which mean papa's beard.
I kinda love it!
This extremely popular carnival treat has now made it's way into private events to gift that little bit of magic to all your guests. Not only as sweet treat but as a beverage. Here are 4 fashionable cotton candy drinks for inspiration.