Regarding candy, Canadian sweet treats can satisfy any sweet tooth. Why do we adore those sweets so much? Because it is a part of the culture and the flavors are authentic. Who wouldn't want to eat Maltesers or Mackintosh's Mack Toffee?
Mackintosh's Mack Toffee
Since 1890, Mackintosh's Mack Toffee Candy has been Canada's pride. It is regarded as one of the most popular old-fashioned Canadian treats. Nestle Canada manufactures it.
Candy has an eye-catching tartan-like design.
Toffee is solid, rectangular in shape, and individually wrapped. The American version is made with sweetened condensed milk, whereas the Canadian version has a creamy butter flavor. Because most people eat the candy in smaller pieces, the slogan for this well-known treat is "Smack Your Mack."
Maltesers are also one of the most popular and traditional Canadian candies. The origins of this sweet treat can be traced back to the 1930s. Mars Canada also manufactures this popular Canadian confection.
The package contains small, bite-size balls with a malt honeycomb center and a layer of milk chocolate. Everything contributes to its light, sweet flavor and crispy texture.
Lots of Fizz Candy
Alberts makes a candy called Fizz. The candy has a hard shell with tartaric acid (tartar cream) and baking soda filling. The moisture in the mouth activates the mixture and causes a fizzing sensation.
Individually wrapped candies are available. Cherry, grape, and orange are the traditional flavor of candy that come in various flavors, including green apple and blue raspberry.
Ganong Roman Nougat
Ganong Confectionery manufactures the well-known Roman Nougat candies in Canada. Since 1873, the Confectionery brand has been on the market. The candy has a soft, chewy nougat texture and a distinct flavor thanks to adding fruity jellies. The nougat bars have three flavors: orange, lemon, and lime.