Manufactured by the E. Wedel company, Ptasie Mleczko might win the prize for hardest to pronounce candy I’ve ever eaten. The woman who gave me these pronounced it several times for me, and I still don’t think I can say it.
The candy, made in Poland, luckily has English on the box as well as Polish and a few other languages I don’t know. According to my googling, Ptasie Mleczko literally translates to Bird’s Milk. Thanks to the English translation, before I ate one, I knew that they were vanilla marshmallow covered in chocolate.
Each candy is 1 1/2″ by 3/4″, and 3/4″ high, and they’re pretty good. The vanilla is distinct, instead of just being a hint like some other vanilla candies are. I wouldn’t say they are delicious or anything like that, and I definitely wouldn’t call them a favorite, but they’re pretty good. If vanilla doesn’t interest you, they also make them in Chocolate and Lemon.