History of Werther's Originals
First introduced in the town of Werther, Germany, in the early 1900s, Werther’s candy has grown to become a well-known and popular treat. Originally called Werther’s Echte, the name was changed to Werther’s Original in order to expand the product’s growth through international markets. This old fashioned candy has captivated the taste buds of sweets lovers over generations with the use of quality ingredients like fresh cream, butter, and caramelized sugar. The first products offered by August Storck, the manufacturer, were simple caramels, made with care and rich flavors. Several of Werther’s products have since been developed and are available today.
Buy Werther's Candy in Bulk
There’s nothing quite like the smooth, velvety flavors of Werther’s Original candies. Made with high quality ingredients and over 100 years of expertise, these creamy morsels pack a ton flavor into their bite-sized pieces. The original hard caramel snack developed into a nostalgic treat, warmly recognized as a coffee table candy. Over the decades, this classic sweet has been expanded upon to include several other varieties, including additions of cappuccino, apple, and dulce de leche. From Werther’s sugar free options to soft caramels and delicious center-filled assortments, there are plenty of rich, flavorful choices to pick from. Delectable and long-lasting, Werther’s candies are available in a selection of bulk options, perfect for events, special occasions, or to keep the sweets dish on your coffee table filled. Choose from a variety of 1 lb, 2 lb, or 4 lb boxes, or 50- to 150-piece bags. For a different take, try their gourmet caramel popcorn, for a taste of hand-crafted, sweet and salty goodness. Whether you’re searching for chewy, smooth, or crunchy textures, you’ll find it all right here at Candy Warehouse!
Werther's Fun Facts
Originally produced in the town of Werther, this German candy is now manufactured close by, in Halle Westfalen, Germany. During the period between 1903 to 1969, it’s hard to tell what this tasty treat was called. However, it’s documented that decades after its creation, it was referred to by the name Werther’s Echte. The word “echte” translates to true, authentic, or real, which is representative of the ingredients used to make the goodies – real butter, fresh cream, and white and brown sugar. Packaged into glistening golden wrappers, these sweets have been passed down through generations, with smiles along with them.