Dulcelandia is a a chain of Mexican candy stores found across Chicagoland. Today I got my hands on assortment of caramels bought from Dulcelandia (though I have never been), and I am excited to say they were pretty tasty. I can’t wait to go to Dulcelandia myself to get some more sweets. Don’t tell my dentist!
- Ricos Besos: Did I lose a filling? Pure, chewy little chunks of milk caramel from Mexico. The chewiest imaginable.
- Cachitos: These candies from Mexico were my favorite of the three. Cachitos are swirled chocolate and caramel pinwheels. Bite-sized and perfectly melt-in-your-mouth tasty.
- Bianchi: Bianchi are little milk caramels with a gooey chocolate center from Colombia. They almost reminded me of a chocolate Werthers.
- Arequipe: Arequipe is the Colombian word for a dulce de leche. These are from the same company as Bianchi, and have the same outer hard caramel shell with a gooey ducle de leche center.