6 international candies to satisfy your sweet tooth

One of the best parts of traveling is food. Whether you like meat and potatoes or fruits and vegetables, there are endless culinary possibilities around the world.

However, if you like sweets, there are more endless possibilities (if possible!) And to prove our position, we will share with you the 6 best international candies you should try.


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These colored candies come from Switzerland. Usually made and sold during the fall season, they are mostly hard candy filled with creamy hazelnut stew.


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This banana-shaped chocolate bar comes from Norway and is one of the only banana-flavored candies we can think of. Each Krembanan is made of chocolate and filled with a generous layer of jelly and banana cream.

Coffee grounds

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Japanese-created candy Coffee Beats is sold in tubes. Every candy – the so-called coffee bean – is crispy and tastes like coffee.

Pineapple pieces

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If you like fruit-flavored sweets, this New Zealand candy is a great option for you. Pineapple pieces are sweet, chewy and of course – taste like pineapple!


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This beloved Brazilian candy is perfect for chocolate lovers. Brigadeiros are chocolate red balls made of cocoa butter, condensed milk and butter. They are often coated with chocolate sprays.

Chicken bones

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Despite their insane name, canals are a popular candy in Canada. These are bitter-sweet, stick-like chocolates covered with cinnamon and pink in color.