MIX of more than 50 different candies all in 50% x 50% MIX - 2.5 lbs of Popular CARAMEL and 2.5 lbs of CHOCOLATE CANDY.
Chocolate CANDY: Alenka, Birds Milk, Red Cap, Mishka, Grilyazge, Red Poppy, Citron, Lastochka, Kara-Kum, MASKA, Romashka, Meteorit, Mont Blant, Medunok, French Zefir, Levushka, Babaevskie, Halva, Korovka, Vizit, Red Moscow, Ksyusha, Ananasnue,Leningrad, Nuga, Trafaella, Konofetto, Belochka, Truffel, Leshina, Malenkoe GHUDO, Ptica Divnaya.
CARAMEL: Dushes, Limoncik, Mechta, Rakovue Sheiki, KIS-KIS, Golden Key, Sliva, Myatnue, Barbaris, Snegok(Snow), Smorodina, Korovka, Crazy Bee, Moskvichka, Rachki, Batonchiki, Apelsinovay, Mishka, Alenka, Jelly, Fuzzy (Shipuchka), Gusinue Lapki
Factories: ROT FRONT, Babaevski, Red October, Slavyanka, Kommunarka, Roshen, Svitoch, Penza factory, Accond, Melany.
I am a first time customer, that being said "Back In The USSR" would be the best choice to get the most bang for you buck. I love chocolates and caramels and they are here. There are chocolate covered fruit and nut items I have never had in the US. Just imagine figs or prunes with walnuts dipped in chocolate they are wonderful and healthy. The fruit flavors of the jellied and other fruit flavored candies are very pronounced, they scream lemon, pineapple, strawberry or what ever the fruit flavor is , there is no guessing what flavor you have. The lemon goes very well with a hot cup of tea. There are tasty wafer layered cookies, the vanilla stands out with a thin chocolate layer and if you keep them cold in the refrigerator they tastes like an eskimo pie. Some wafer cookies had chocolate and coffee flavor. Every piece with few exceptions has Russian writing some have pictures to clue you in but there are some suprises. I have had this 5 lb bag and only found one piece that might be declared "Adults Only" the candy is according to the owner or one of the employees I spoke with at the store "Polish" it was a chocolate covered cherry with a liquid punch I don't drink any more but I took a good long nap after that piece. The name in English is "Golden Cherry " you can look it up on the internet. It comes in a shiny red wrapper just like Christmas
which is why I tried it first. There is one other piece that plainly saids "Vodka" in English as plain as day. I have as of yet not tried that one. European and American companies put alcohol in candy, if that was what it was there should be a warning for parents with children. This is a great tour of the USSR for under $60, you can't take a family of 4 any where for $60. It is a great package that I would buy again.