|Event / Occasion||Halloween|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
Professor Dumbledore of Harry Potter fame was immensely fond of sherbet lemon candies. With all due respect to the professor, we’re rather fond of Orange Sherbet Bombs too. However, we’d probably both agree that sherbets are simply bewitching sweets. Their creation was thanks to a bit of magic, after all. At the end of the 19th century, German and English chemists found that mixing bicarbonate of soda, tartaric acid, and a great whopping bunch of sugar did a pleasant fizzing thing when combined with water. It was dubbed “sherbet” in the hopes that its exotic name might lend it appeal – sharbat was a sweetened fruit drink popular in the Middle East. Well, those genius chemists were right, as even Professor Dumbledore adores this special sweet. Orange Sherbet Bombs continue the delicious tradition with their luscious orange flavour and fizzy, fun sherbet centre. It’s pure magic.