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Hawaii's Choice Li Hing (Hibiscus) Roselle Candy (2 Sizes)

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Original price $ 4.50 - Original price $ 14.99
Original price
$ 4.50
$ 4.50 - $ 14.99
Current price $ 4.50

Indulge in the tasty goodness of Hawaii's Choice Li Hing Roselle Candy. Made with the freshest ingredients, including real roselle hibiscus flowers, this sweet treat is the perfect balance of tart and sweet. Choose from two sizes to suit your needs. Order now and discover why this beloved candy is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Available on Leilani's Attic online store

Comes in a 4.2oz Bag or a 1lb Tub


*Refund Policy

Several types of goods are exempt from being returned. Perishable goods such as snacks, food items, frozen goods, and fresh flowers cannot be returned.

*Some food products may vary in color from picture due to manufacturing differences in batchs

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