Alfajor de Medina Almond Cake by Aromas de Medina
- Traditional honey and almond spice cake
- Generations-old recipe
- Packed with almonds & hazelnuts
- Firm and flavorful with anise, cinnamon and clove.
- Nearly a pound & 1 foot long!
- Size - 14.1 oz/400 gr
Alfajor de Medina Cake has been a popular treat in this part of Spain for centuries - possibly as far back as the times of Moorish rule. To create this holiday specialty, almonds and hazelnuts are ground, mixed with honey and spices, and rolled in powdered sugar. Slice this deliciously spiced treat into thin rings and savor with your next cup of coffee or tea!
Its producer, Aromas de Medina, is a family company that uses recipes passed down for generations and shares them with the world. They still make these Christmas treats by hand and pack them one by one into your package. They are located in Medina Sidonia, an ancient city located in the province of Cadiz. Founded by the Phonecians thousands of years ago, some say that this is the oldest city in Europe!
Honey, sugar, almonds, wheat flour, hazelnuts, sesame seeds, anise, coriander, cinnamon and clove.
Store in a cool, dry place.
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"Delicious. A firm dessert that is easily sliced with a good sharp knife. Flavor is excellent and ingredients are clean."
Anne - Asheville, NC October 2022
"Excellent product, never tested anything like it."
tamara - San Francisco, California January 2013
"all your products are great"
victoria - morrison, Colorado January 2013
"I should have read the reviews before I bought this cake. It was SO hard to slice that I thought it was stale. This is not for anyone with weak teeth."
sally - February 2012
"The cake was hard as a rock & really difficult to slice. The flavor was okay, not great. It was a big disappointment when we served it as part of dessert Christmas day. "
Texizz - January 2012
"not for those who don't like anise flavor, also very hard to cut, otherwise, an enjoyable delight"
yury - February 2011