Serenata de Armor, which means “Serenade of Love” in Portugese, is regarded by many to be the best Brazilian chocolate of all time. These chocolates have a cream and cashew-nut center, surrounded by crunchy wafers and an outer layer of milk chocolate. Launched by Garoto in 1949, it was initially called “Serenade Moonlight”, but Garoto was forced to change the name because “Moonlight” already appeared in the name of another chocolate. Garoto then changed the name to what it is known as today, "Senerade of Love."

Contains gluten, and all units may contain other nut traces


Sugar, hydrogenated vegetable oil (palm and/or soy and/or cotton seed), wheat flour, cashew nut, whey powder, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass (chocolate), rice crispies, vegetable fat, corn starch, soy flour, salt, dried yolks, soy lecithin (322) and polyglycerol polyricinoleate (476) - emulsifiers, artificial flavouring and sodium bicarbonate - a raising agent (500 ii)

Garoto Serenata

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