The acai bonbon is filled with a firm not-too-processed fruit jelly. You can taste the strong sweet and sour of the acai fruit bursting from the mini bite. It tastes fresh, far more natural than your average American fruit jelly or filling. The Cupuacu is an entirely new taste to me, resembling an extra-fruity fig. I liked it but need to taste the real fruit to wrap my head around it.
Surreal- Peanut Butter Cream Filling with Crunchy Wafer
Serenata de Branco- White with Crunchy Wafer and Cashew-Nut Cream Filling
Caribe- Banana Filling. This is another flavor I've never experienced in the candy realm. Most banana-based flavors are so artificial and don't even resemble real banana. Instead, the Caribe tastes more like a banana-fruit paste, true to taste and uniquely celebrating banana as a candy element. These are amazing.
Gingerbread Flavored. Another great one! The center of this bonbon has the consistency and taste of gingerbread cookie dough. Amazing. Inspiring!
It Coco- Coconut Filling
Crocante- Peanut and Caramel Crunch Filling. A crunchy, light and buttery brittle!
Mundy- Chocolate Mousse Filling
Ao Leite- Milk Chocolate
Milk Chocolate Stick
Thank you for sharing these Brazilian travel treats, Jennifer and Clarissa!