Watch a Restored Victorian-era Drop Candy Maker Crank Out Vintage Confections

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Ever wonder where a Lemon Drop got its name? I always thought it was because of the shape, but it turns out that’s not the case. This video from Florida-based candy shop Public Displays of Confection shows off their painstakingly restored 19th century candy drop maker as they make something called a Nectar Drop. Watch all the way through for the super gratifying end. (via Metafilter)

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