Unless you were deprived of your childhood, you know what Chupa Chups are.
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They’re a tiny, colorful Spanish-brand lolli that’s sold in most grocery stores. Yes, they were tightly wrapped, but most would say the struggle was worth it. [If you were deprived and you don’t know what Chupa Chups are, we’re sorry ?]
But you probably don’t know the Colombian lollipops, Bon Bon Bums.
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And you’re totally missing out on these cute bubblegum-filled lollis.
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The original flavor is fresa.
But Bon Bon Bums have so much more to offer…
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How cute! ☺️
And passion fruit…
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Even limonada de coco!
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Some change colors.
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That mood ring was so 1992.
They even get patriotic.
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And their scent is like… ????
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Especially the mango flavor. It’s like the national scent of Colombia.
And everyone puts these little suckers in water because they’re too good to go to waste.
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These adorable little things make Chupa Chups look basic.
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