Alfajores Bali, started baking these scrumtious sweets in the
Island of gods in Bali Indonesia, in 2017 with the best quality Indonesian
With an Arabic-Spanish origin, these sweet treats were introduced in
South America as Alfajores. They have been popular in Argentina since
the mid-19th century, and nowadays, the country is the world’s largest
consumer of alfajores, both in total numbers and in per capita calculations,
with over a million pieces bought every day. Alfajores are the most
common snacks for children and adults. There is no family or friends
gathering without Alfajores.
Alfajores are made off two melt-in-your-mouth sweet biscuits coated with
dark chocolate, filled with a layer of Dulce de leche (milk jam), a traditional
confection from Latin America prepared by slowly heating sweetened milk
to create a substance that is, in appearance and flavour, similar to caramel
but much tastier. Dulce de leche is the most popular sweet jam in Latin
Our different variations of fillings and coatings, broad the offer of these
delicious sweets to please all the palates.