Turron from Alicante

Of Arabic origins, this sweet, made essentially with an almond base and honey, turron is an indisputably and important item on any Christmas table.

Turron from Alicante is a nougat obtained by cooking honey and adding toasted almonds (usually peeled) and egg whites and kneading it to form a rectangular or round tablet. It is characteristically hard and it is known especially for the presence of whole or nearly whole peeled almonds. Despite the obvious industrialisation of its production, the process is still basically the same as it traditionally has been for centuries.

'1880' Gourmet Alicante Turron

Classic Turrón "Duro". Incomparable Marcona almonds make up over 65% of this 'suprema' quality gourmet bar - the most that can be added before the bars start to fall apart! They are bound together with 100% orange blossom honey -- to make this ample bar crunchy. For the Spaniard, ‘1880” is the gold standard of turrón – against which all others in the market are compared. Made following an artisanal process in Jijona, Alicante, Spain.


'El Lobo' Alicante Turron

Top quality almonds make up 60% of this 'suprema' quality gourmet bar. The almonds are mixed with natural honey for a crunchy treat. From the makers of '1880' - made by hand in Alicante, Spain.


5 Pack - 'El lobo' Turron Alicante

A 10% Savings compared to individual bars!

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