Milk Chocolate Covered Malt Balls

MADE BY FIKA IN NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Staff Pick

"This box of sticky, malty sweets is the best movie companion (Doesn't talk during previews)!" –Molly, Human Resources


MOUTH SAYS...

Pop one of these sweet spheres back and – whoopee! – what a whopper of awesomeness.

A café steeped in Swedish tradition but with Manhattan flair, FIKA has put their own spin on this classic treat. Fluffy, crunchy, melt-on-your-tongue malt balls get a nice coating of milk chocolate, then a sweet roll in confectionary sugar.

Fika is a Swedish verb that translates to “take a coffee break,” usually accompanied by something sweet and delicious. While most of us take our coffees to go, fika is an important daily ritual for Swedes who like to take a moment to indulge in conversation. Why not take a fika with FIKA?

tip of the tongue
We probably don’t have to tell you: These would make an excellently indulgent sneak-in snack at the movies. Pour into a glass candy jar for a stunning coffee table display.
  • $16.25 for a 3.5 oz package

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