Chun Guang Coconut Hard Candy


Chun Guang Coconut Hard Candy. This bag has about 30-33 pcs.  Much has been blogged and written about this creamy and coconutty candy.  You'll have to try it for yourself.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
Tammy R. (Schenectady, NY)

Excellent taste

Sandra S. (Sugar Grove, IL)
Coconut candy

Love this candy

Gordon A. (Greenfield, MA)
A Euphoric Memory Revisited

When I was a child living in western Mass. my family hosted an inner city youth from Boston's Chinatown. He visited two summers, and both times he brought the sort of coconut candy I never had again until I bought bag of Auntie K's at a supermarket three weeks ago. Eureka. I looked at the wrapper, contacted Auntie K's and ordered several different types of coconut candy. All delicious, and my son, daughter and the in-laws all agree.

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