Of Arabic origins, this sweet, made essentially with an almond base and honey, turron is an indisputably an 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.
Crunchy Alicante Almond Turron Candy by 1880:Classic Turrón Alicante is an incomparable almond treat. The famous producer '1880' makes these crunchy almond turrón bars by bonding premium whole Marcona almonds with local orange blossom honey following a centuries' old artisinal recipe.
Crunchy Alicante Torta Turrón Candy by 1880:Classic Turrón Alicante is an incomparable almond brittle. Marcona almonds make up 65% of these 'suprema' gourmet rounds-- one cannot add many more almonds before it would crumble!
Sugar Free Crunchy Alicante Turron Candy by 1880:Turron Alicante almond brittle is Spain's most popular, and now you can enjoy the sugar free version! Made from gourmet Marcona almonds from southern Spain, there is no higher quality turron candy in the world.