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El Caserio Coffee & Milk Toffee - El Caserio

El Caserio Traditional Candy Coffee & Milk Cream - Café au Lait

El Caserio

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  • El Caserío de Tafalla
  • Traditional Candy. Candy Coffee & Milk Cream - Café au Lait.
  • Size: 4.58 oz (130 g)
  • Ingredients: sugar, glucose, 22% milk, sorbitol, butter (milk), 0.4% coffee flavor, salt, 0.008% coffee, emulsifier: E471, soy lecithin. May contain nuts.
  • Gluten-free..
  • Product of Spain
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El Caserio Café au Lait candy is made from ripe coffee beans of the highest quality. A soft caramel with coffee & milk cream flavor.

El Caserío ingredients (depending on the particular product)
Sugar, only top-quality, that, together with the rest of the raw materials, provides the best sweetness.
Chocolate, made directly from cocoa beans, gives El Caserío candies an exquisite flavor, in addition to healthy nutrients.
Coffee flavor comes from toasted, ground seeds of the coffee plant, harvested directly from ripe beans on the hillside of Gurama, in western Colombia.
Sweet almonds, which allow us to give for a mild flavor that is not overly intense.
Fresh milk, together with pine nuts, is the most important ingredient used to make El Caserío candies. That is why, once a day, fresh milk is brought to the factory to make El Caerío products.
Pine nuts are what set El Caserío candies apart. This ‘white caviar’, as it is sometimes called, provides valuable proteins and fiber, which are very important for balanced nutrition.
Pistachios provide a special flavor and aroma, as well as an energy and protein boost, giving a fresh taste, subtle aroma and a touch of almond.
Vanilla, of the Bourbon variety, gives our candies a pleasant, fruity flavor with just a hint of rum.

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