- Korovki ("little cows")
- Mishka Kosolapiy ("clumsy bear")
- Three candy varieties: Little Trunks, Little Crayfish and Condensed Milk
The Name: Loosely translated, limonchiki means little lemons or--my preference--lemonettes. Caramel'ki means caramels, but in Russian candy parlance this usually refers to hard candy with filling, rather than caramel.
The Look: An off-color yellow shell, with plum jam in the middle.
The Taste: The shell is tart and the middle is sweet and jammy.
Verdict: Pretty good for hard candy. I give 'em an A-.
In Milwaukee, you can buy limonchiki at Spartak in Whitefish Bay. Or, check out this guide to Russian/Eastern European groceries.