Wrapped box of Dulces Tipicos de Puerto Rico. Seven individually wrapped traditional tropical candy bars. In the Jibaro tradition. Years ago the Puerto Rican “Jibaro” used the native fruits to create fruit delicacies. This tradition is continued today by Candymaker, who proudly produces this delicious assortment of Dulces Tipicos, or Traditional Candy. You can find these excellent candies at any fair or festival in Puerto Rico or in many of the souvenir shops and groceries.
Wrapped box of Dulces Tipicos de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rican candies), which are seven individually wrapped tropical candy bars made Puerto Rican fruit in the Jibaro tradition…Batata (Sweet Potato), Dulces de Coco (Coconut), Naranja (Orange), Coco Piña (Pineapple Coconut), Mampostial (Coconut/Citrus), Leche de Coco (Coconut Milk) and Dulce de Coco Blanco (White Coconut).
These assorted traditional Puerto Rican candies are made by a family-run Puerto Rican company in operation since 1948. Known as pioneers in the making of these candies, they began selling these Puerto Rican candies door-to-door. These Puerto Rican candies are known for their emphasis on quality.
Each candy is 1 oz.
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Learn more about this traditional candy over at our blog:
- Dulces Tipicos – The Traditional Candies of Puerto Rico
- What to Put in a Themed Puerto Rico Gift Basket
- Trick-or-Treat with Caribbean Sweets
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