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Kopiko Classic Regular Coffee Hard Candy Jar


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Great looking jar for the office or parties.  Though this candy is a product of Indonesia, this version is manufactured in Thailand.  The difference in these two sizes is the individual piece size.  They both have 200 pieces, but the 21 oz jar 3 gram pieces, while the 28 oz jar has 4 gram pieces.  


California residents please see Prop 65 Warning tab above.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Minda K. (East Stroudsburg, PA)
Kopiko Coffee Candy is good. The shipping sucked.

I love coffee candy, and they had my favorite. But I chose UPS Ground Shipping, and that part was a mistake. I might be better off just using USPS if there's a next time.

Pamela W. (Patchogue, NY)
Coffee candy

Ordered this coffee candy for myself and a friend. It has a great coffee taste and I always carry some with me for a little pick me up.

GINA M.C. (Altoona, PA)
Good candy !!!

Good candy!!!

 WARNING: Many food and beverage cans/jar lids and bottle caps can have linings containing bisphenoal A (BPA), a chemical which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to

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