cachou


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a scented lozenge used to sweeten the breath (e

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But a spokesman for Cachou said: "I see no conflict.
The company expects to grow the Cachou Lajaunie business, which includes sugarless, mint-coated and regular versions, through line extensions and introductions into select new markets.
Cachou Lajaunie breath freshening candies, regarded as a confectionery institution in France and French-speaking countries, have been consumed as a sweet and breath freshener for more than a century.
Cachou Lajaunie was founded in 1880 and acquired by Pierre Fabre in 1989.
TURNING VIOLET The Parma violet has even more intense perfume and its scent is just like cachous, once a popular sweet which are now considered rather posh.
Crowded onto this, alongside gleaming brass scales and weights, were even more jars of sweets, a cornucopia of fruit drops, cachous, sherbet-dips, cinder toffee and so forth .
Scented Cachous in a fancy glass jar that were so expensive they had to be bought by the once, tiny little black scented sweets called sen-sens that came in a little paper packet,and slightly larger pungent black Imps.
For the UK market new products include the Rose Garden flower patterned tins of chocolate pearls and L'Amour cachous and Elizabethan comfits.
Using a fork, dip the balls into the chocolate, place onto a baking tray lined with non-stick baking (parchment) paper and decorate each one with cachous.