Carambars are one of France’s most beloved caramel candies. These are hard and chewy caramels with just a hint of chocolate. They were invented in 1954, when a blend of cocoa powder & caramel was introduced into a machine that wasn’t set up correctly and created caramel bars, instead of the ordinary square shape. Its inventor liked the shape and decided to name it “Carambar”, from “caramel” and “barre”. Almost a billion a year are now produced for the enjoyment of many French adults and kids alike!
They have a large following in France for their silly jokes inside the wrapper of each candy. If you are learning French, you will definitely enjoy these word plays!
Size: 130g (4.6 oz)
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Glucose syrup, sweetened condensed skimmed milk, sugar, fully hydrogenated coconut oil, fat-reduced cocoa powder, salt, flavoring. May contain nuts.