A little-known history of the world’s first candy cane August 5, 2021 August 5, 2021 admin

The first candy canes, with their distinctive black plastic handles, are known to have been used in the Philippines from around 1879.

They were made of white cane with a sugar cane pulp attached, and the pulp was used to make the cane itself.

They were the first canes produced in the country and they are considered a national treasure.

The Philippines had no official postal system at the time, so the first candy could be sent by hand to any recipient.

It was known as “candy tote.”

The canes were popular among the poor, who were encouraged to fill them with food or water, or for a treat.

In the early 20th century, the Philippines gained international attention as the first country to set up a national mint, which minted the countrys first legal coin.

It was not until the 1960s that the Philippines became a member of the European Union.

Today, the country has about 15 million people.

The Philippines was a former Portuguese colony that gained independence from Spain in 1819.

In 1901, Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown by the Filipino independence movement, and was later imprisoned in the notorious Death Row Jail, known as the “death-row of the Americas.”