Originally the “Cul de Bourdon” the cuberdon is one of the most characteristic and best-selling sweets in our country.
It is a cone-shaped sweet, made of gum arabic, with a slightly-hard outer shell and deliciously soft and gooey on the inside.
The world was created in seven days, but to make a cuberdon takes time! The first day is devoted to the measuring of ingredients, and to mixing and boiling in copper cauldrons. Following these operations, the syrup is poured into starch moulds.
From this moment on and up to ripeness, the “Cuberdons” are taken from the moulds by hand and are ready to be savoured by connaisseurs of all ages. A real treat!
Rue du Teris, 56 (Zoning industriel de la Boverie)
+32 4 336 54 64
Opening hours are Monday to Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
More info on our range of cuberdons
More info on our range of gums
For more info on our range of broken slabs
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More info on our range of syrup
Push open the “ Bonbons à l’Ancienne ” door in Seraing and come and visit our workshops
We offer a guided visit showing the fabrication of cuberdons and the working of boiled sweets.
Tasting and purchase possibility in our shop.
Visiting hours upon reservation (except bank holiday)
Group visits (from 15 people)
Regrouping possible depending on availability
Duration +/- 1h30 Entry 4,5€ (children under 3 free). Parking for coaches and cars
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