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Promoted item:CANADA 2013 $20 SILVER COIN CANDY CANE

CANADA 2013 $20 SILVER COIN CANDY CANE

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About Candy Cane

Everybody who celebrates Christmas is familiar with the candy cane: the swirl of red stripes around a hard, sugary candy, flavored with peppermint. There are miniature varieties and full-sized varieties, and enormous candy canes a foot tall or larger. In addition to the edible kind, of course, there are all kinds of Christmas items made in the image of the famous candy cane, from tree ornaments to throw-pillows to jewelry.But where did the idea for the candy cane originate? According to tradition, candy canes existed in Europe prior to the 1600s, when they were simply straight sticks of sugary candy. Then, in 1670, at Germany's Cologne Cathedral, a choirmaster had the idea of bending the sticks into canes, representing a shepherd's crook. He passed them out to children so they would keep quiet during the church's long nativity scene.The canes were used to decorate trees in Europe, along with other types of candies and cookies. In the middle of the 19th century, in Granna, Sweden, peppermint candy with red stripes made its debut. This style of candy was quickly adapted to the candy cane, and the now famous red-striped, peppermint-flavored canes began to gain popularity around the turn of the 20th century. Today, of course, candy canes can be found in a wide variety of colors, from green to blue to yellow, and a variety of flavors, from lemon to strawberry to root beer. There are even multi-colored candy canes featuring every shade of the rainbow. Candy canes are also popular ingredients in a variety of Christmas desserts, whether used as garnish for cakes, pies, and cookies or crushed and dusted atop a steaming mug of hot cocoa.