(ANGL) What a great Mold! a “calisson”‘s Mold?
The Calissons are a traditional French candy consisting of a smooth, pale yellow, homogeneous paste of candied fruit (especially melons and oranges) and ground almonds topped with a thin layer of royal icing. Calissons have a texture not unlike that of marzipan, but with a fruitier, distinctly melon-like flavor. Calissons are often almond-shaped and are typically about two inches in length. they are traditionally associated with the town of Aix-en-Provence, France; consequently, most of the world supply of calissons are still made in the Provence region”- Have a look at this sweets manufacture from the musée du nougat !
(FR) Je n’avais jamais vu un moule à Calisson. Celui ci vient du musée du nougat de Montélimar