Alfajores Bali, started baking these scrumtious sweets in the Island of gods
in Bali Indonesia, in 2017 with the best quality Indonesian ingredients.
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 America.