Liqueur Chocolates (1965)

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+4 1. ringmaster commented 2 years ago

Always room for some more... :P
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+6 2. Scotsman50 commented 2 years ago

Sad,,, not enough profit now to do this and everything is automated :(
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+1 3. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#2 Yeah, I thought this was pretty special, so much effort and care put into the work. But probably only the rich could afford it, now we have chocolate that's still good, and everyone can afford it.
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-2 4. oleHashow commented 2 years ago

#2 sad? the boring work in an assembly line, would you do it? sure, i would do it for a mouth, i would eat so much, i would not care about it anymore.
Do you really care that 3 people touch your sugar before you get it?

And im sure you can find some Chocolate artist who would make you these sweets, but are you really prepared to pay his/her profit and waste your time to find artist, pick/order/get these sweets?
or is it smarter to buy them at store and support automatic process.
Its not like you dont have a choice what to do is it?
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+1 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 2 years ago

My, how times have changed! 8-)
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0 6. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

I'm thinking Harrods or Selfridges. A celebration of all those clever Grannies out there. :(|)
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0 7. MindTrick commented 2 years ago

Loved those small touches at the end of each chocolate, a simple drag of the finger and voila, you have a pattern. Looks simple, but this woman has prob done it many times. And i agree with Jake's comment there on purchasing handmade candy, if you really think its the best and you wanna support people who do that labor manually, im sure you can find a store that offers this. Older movies like these have a tendency to make it look like everybody loved working back in the days, and that every day was a joy. Mute the clip, and put on some sad classical music, and you'll notice the change. Things were NOT better back in the days, we just think so of many reasons.