Here is another delicious tidbit we brought from Sweden. It's a milk chocolate with orange flavor and some crispy ingredients. On the packaging it states these are crisp cereals and almond caramel. The combination of ingredients is really tasty. It somehow reminds me the taste of brilliant Czech chocolate Studentska by Orion (which is worth another review, by the way), but maybe it's only because orange flavor.
I wish I'd brought more bars of Appelsinkrokant. Unfortunately I haven't discovered it's awesomeness before I unpackaged it back at home.
I've learned that IKEA used to sell Marabou chocolate, as well as other branded products from Sweden. Now they only sell IKEA-branded food. Next time I'm in IKEA I'll check if they have their version of Apelsinkrokant.
Marabou is the most successful Swedish chocolate brand with traditions in Sweden since 1916.The founder of Marabou was actually Finnish and already produced chocolate in Finland in late 18th century, under a different brand. From what I can understand from Marabou website they were producing Apelsinkrokant chocolate at least since 70s.
Price (June 2012): 32 SEK on airport for a 250g bar