The exact history of cotton candy is uncertain, but the invention of machine-spun cotton candy is credited to William Morrison and John C. Wharton, who invented it in 1897 and introduced it under the name "Fairy Floss" at the 1904 World's Fair.
Historyedit]. Maple-flavored cotton candy at the cabane à sucre (sugar shack),
Pakenham, Canada. There are multiple claims for the ...
History of Cotton Candy. Originally called “Fairy Floss”, the process of making
Cotton Candy was invented by four men: Thomas Patton, Josef Delarose
May 24, 2012 ... A dentist invented cotton candy. We swear we're not making that up. The year?
1897. The place? Nashville, Tennessee. Dentist William ...
The Dictionary of American Food and Drink states that cotton candy
first appeared in 1900 at the Ringling Bros. Circus and that Thomas Patton received a patent for the cotton candy
machine in 1900.
The cotton candy
machine spins the liquid sugar and forces the liquid t... More »
Cotton candy was invented in 1897 by William Morrison and John C. Wharton,
candymakers from Nashville, Tennessee, USA. They invented a device that ...
Machine-spun cotton candy was introduced in 1897 by William Morrison and
John C. Warton. The two Tennessee candy-makers invented the world's first
Jul 29, 2014 ... Ever wondered where this sugary delicious treat came from? Read on and learn
about the history of cotton candy.
Two men from Nashville, John C. Wharton and William Morris, patented the first
modern cotton candy machine in 1897. In 1900, another American, Thomas ...
The history of Cotton Candy find out all about it's origines over 100 years ago.