- Crunchy almond brittle
- Full of almonds, over 60%
- A classic in Spain, especially for Christmas
- Serve as a snack or dessert
- Special price for 5-pack
- Size - 5 x 5.3 oz/150 g
This tasty turrón is a blend of whole freshly roasted almonds and local honey. The traditional candy is a crunchy treat that has been served for centuries in Spain. Each bar is packed with 60% whole almonds, making it one of the healthiest candies in the world. Our turrón is made in the province of Alicante, which is the source of its name.
Each piece of Alicante turrón is covered with a crispy edible wafer, making it easy to eat by hand. Serve with a cup of fresh Spanish coffee as a breakfast treat or healthy dessert.
Turrón candy is a classic part of Spanish Christmas, when families present a platter of turrón to share with their guests. We love it so much that we offer it all year!
Almonds (60%), sugar, glucose syrup, honey (13%), egg white and wafers (potato starch, refined sunflower oil). Produced in a facility that uses other tree nuts and soy.
Serving size (50g). Servings per container 6. Calories 260. Fat calories 170. Total fat 18g (20%), saturated fat 2g (10%), cholesterol 0mg, (0%), sodium 10mg (0%), carbs 16g (6%), dietary fiber 5g (20%), sugars 15g, protein 8g. Vitamin A 5%, vitamin C 19%, calcium 8% and Iron 6%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 4 reviews Write a review
"Not the best turrón Spain has to offer but the only multiple pack of 5 available for a reasonable price. I like to have enough on hand for the holidays so purchase very year."
Berta GonzÃ?Â¡lez-Harp - Santa Clarita, CA - Nov 15, 2015
"My husband's favorite type of turron. Lobo brand is good, but I'd rather buy 1888 if it were not so pricey."
Maria Hill - Manalapan, New Jersey - Jun 29, 2014
"Exactly like we remember it from over 50 years ago."
PiedsNoirs in Florida - Fernandina Beach, Florida - Jan 6, 2013
"Shipping date and product was amazing. Thanks a bunch."
Fred Lopez - Dec 5, 2010