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    18 Of The Best International Candies You Can Get On Amazon

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    1. A box of 10 full-sized Cadbury chocolate bars filled with an assortment of of Cadbury's most beloved picks, from the United Kingdom.

    Assortment includes Picnic, Starbar, Wipa, Double Decker, Flake, Curly Wurly, Twirl, Crunchie, Caramel, and Dairy Milk.

    Promising review: "I loved receiving this box with its fun paper packaging and the nice note. It really turned my candy habit into an event! This whole assortment is SO GOOD, too! Nothing was stale or bland or cardboard-flavored like the American candy I pick up from anywhere." —manderdoodle

    Price: $12.30

    2. A 36-pack of Kopiko coffee candies with a hint of vanilla and great creamy taste, from Thailand.

    Promising review: "I rarely like hard candy. However, this candy is very special. It tastes just like cappuccino. All my friends really like this candy." —Phill

    Price: $5.23

    3. A 30-pack of De La Rosa, a peanut-y marzipan candy, and a 36-pack of Pelon Pelo Rico — a container filled with a refreshing tamarind-flavored gel, from Mexico.,

    Price: $8.52 for the De La Rosa and $8.89 for the Pelon Pelo Rico

    4. A 12-pack of Nestle Lion Bars, a chocolatey treat with wafers, Rice Krispies, and caramel inside, from the United Kingdom.

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    Promising review: "Why does America not stock this everywhere? It is amazing and if it weren't for a trip to Ireland, I would've never known about this." —Aaron Dorsey

    Price: $12.44

    5. A package of Lion hard soda candies in delish flavors like cola, grape, and melon (just to name a few) and Kasugai apple gummy candy made with fresh apple juice, from Japan.,

    Price: $4.98 for the hard soda candies and $4.99 for the apple gummy candy

    6. A box of Motichoor Ladoo made of besan/chickpea flour and fried in pure desi ghee typically served at Indian festivals and events, from India.

    Promising review: "It was wonderful! Came fresh. Thanks to Amazon, I now know what these bite-size treats are called!" —Linda M. Smith

    Price: $21

    7. A 1 lb. package of pull-apart black licorice wheels, and a six-pack of La Florentine Soft Torrone bars, a tasty chocolate bar made of soft nougat and almonds, from Italy.,

    Price: $9.59 for the black licorice and $38.49 for the La Florentine bars

    8. A 2.2 lb. package of Solidarnosc Sliwka Naleczowska, candied plums covered in rich dark chocolate, from Poland.

    Promising review: "These are lovely! All my life I heard about sugar plums. Now visions of these wonderful fruity chocolates dance happily in my head." —Pete K

    Price: $29.99

    9. A 20-pack of assorted candies including hard candy, gummies, chocolates, and ramune in a wide selection of flavors, from Japan.

    Assortment includes five pieces of Stick Konnyaku Jelly, watermelon flavor Ramune, two flavors of mochi candy, two flavors of Pachi-Pachi popping candy, two flavors of gummy candy, cherry candy, Puchi-puchi Uranai Choco, Puchi-puchi Uranai Ramune, Kajiriccho Stick chewing candy in grape and soda flavors, two Number chocolates, and one random candy.

    Promising review: "All these candies were amazing!! I got everything listed and I love how there is more than one flavor for everything I got. Especially because that means I got a lot of grape-flavored things and to me grape flavor from Japan is amazing. A lot of people are complaining how it took so long to arrive, but it is coming from Japan and this actually arrived faster than another thing I ordered from Japan about two weeks before this. The candy is interesting and overall amazing. I am totally buying again." —A Green

    Price: $13.90

    10. A bag of Ahlgrens Bilar Original, chewy fruit-flavored marshmallows in the shape of a car, and Marabou Mjolkchoklad, a delectable milk chocolate bar, from Sweden.

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    Price: $6 for the Ahlgrens Bilar and $8 for the Marabou Mjolkchoklad

    11. A 12-pack of Elite milk chocolate bars, an ordinary-looking milk chocolate bar on the outside and popping candy party on the inside, from Israel.

    Promising review: "First of all, you need to just let the chocolate melt in your mouth until the very end when the popping candy kicks in. Someone at work was sent them as a gag gift and everyone loved them. I ordered these to send to my granddaughter in college who thought they were great. The best part about this is the chocolate is actually really good." —CeeGee

    Price: $26.79

    12. A 12-pack of Cadbury Cherry Ripe, cherries and coconut with a rich dark chocolate coating, from Australia.

    Promising review: "These came in great shape. Sometimes when you order Australian products through Amazon they look a little worse for wear when they arrive. These appeared just as they would had you bought them at your local store back in Oz. Arrived same day order was placed. Taste like they should. Only problem will be how to make the bag last more than a day!" —ReviewByMe

    Price: $5.70

    13. A pack of Kinder Schoko-Bons, yummy milk chocolate–covered egg shaped candies with a hazelnut cream filling, and Haribo Juicy Gold Bears, the delicious gummy bears you know and love but filled with fruit juice, from Germany.,

    Price: $4.78 for the Kinder Schoko-Bons and $14.49 for the Haribo Juicy Gold Bears

    14. A bag of Fazer Marianne, teensy chocolate-filled mint candies with big flavor, from Finland.

    Promising review: "Delicious hard candy with soft center. I have to move these so they are hard to reach or I would finish the bag quickly. The mint candy shell is rather thin so you can bite through for the chocolate whenever you want. If you like chocolate and mint flavored treats, these are for you." —Janiene

    Price: $8.29

    15. A three-pack of Ion bars, a traditional chocolate bar with a nutty almond crunch, from Greece.

    Promising review: "Creamy milk chocolate with a big fresh Greek almond crunch! Reminds me of my trips to Greece and getting my favorite Ion chocolate at the corner kiosk!" —HealthyGreek

    Price: $16.35

    16. A 16-pack of Kalev, marzipan bars coated in a drool-worthy chocolate glaze, from Estonia.

    Promising review: "I'm not a fan of marzipan, but Kalev makes excellent chocolate and the blend here is fantastic!" —RR#1

    Price: $25 (available in four flavors)

    17. A two-pack of Rademaker Hopjes, individually-wrapped coffee-flavored candies with a truly perfect java flavor, from the Netherlands.

    Promising review: "If you like coffee, you'll like Hopjes. These have been around for many years with absolutely no changes. You can't improve on perfection." —Daniel Lufkin

    Price: $12.16

    18. A bag of violet-flavored drops, candies with a smooth, sweet floral flavor and a crunchy anise seed in the center, from France.

    Promising review: "Let the candy dissolve on your tongue without crunching to enjoy a violet flower flavor until you get to the real treat in the center. This treat is a little anise seed. Crunching the seed at the end is the final prize. I bought the two-pack so I can give one away as a gift. They shipped well and there were no broken pieces." —Pinkcat

    Price: $14.99

    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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