Turkish Delight Nut Sweet Confectionery
Have you ever tried our Turkish Delight Nut Sweet Confectionery? If not, you should try it now. Turkish Delight Nut Sweet Confectionery has unique taste of Turkish lokum. Explore the original and sweet Turkish Delight Nuts Sweet Confectionery It is very delicious food. It is best for your tea time and guests.
VEGAN AND GLUTEN FREE/ALLERGEN INFORMATION: our nut delights may contain traces of peanuts and tree nuts. We use with no glucose substitutes. Our packing helps keep the treats fresh. The distinction that defines us is mainly using only the best ingredients and offering only what we would eat. Its shelf life is 2 moths in summer, 4 months in winter. We do not use glucose syrup or preserving additives in our products.
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Turkish Delights which are also known as Lokum, is a confectionery treat that originated in Turkey about 500 years ago. People all around the world loved it. Our Turkish delights are made from real fruit extracts and protein rich nuts. Our Turkish Delights are like dessert , snacks or tea time treats. It has the very jelly like texture that is a happiness to sink your teeth into. Turkish delights are lovely aromas cheer your day up. Our Turkish delights are more delicious than it looks.
The world wide famous delightful and even healthy delights will be your favorite dessert, snack and treat. Various kinds of Turkish delights you can try.
Safranbolu Turkish Delights
If you come to Safranbolu you should taste the world-famous Turkish delights. Safranbolu delight is different from the others because it is more lighter and healthier.
The hardness of water which in terms of being rich-mineral and used natural sugar distinguish to our delight . It is made various types of Turkish delight in the city; coconut, hazelnut, double blasted, saffron, gum drops and with rose. You can be sure that you will get organic and fresh
We found the best locum in Safranbolu The kaymaklı lokum tastes nearly identical to an American marshmallow, but 10 times better. Safranbolu recently became a UNESCO world heritage site.