- Almond and sugar figures
- 50% almonds
- A Spanish classic
- Size - 5.3 oz/150 gr
Marzipan candy descends from a centuries' old tradition, the combination of almonds and sugar. The resulting 'dough' is quite pliable, and confectioners use this attribute to create whimsical figures before toasting them in an oven. The result is these marzipan 'figuritas.'
At the battle of Navas de Tolosa in the year 1212, it is said that the nuns of the San Clemente convent took care of the wounded soldiers. According to tradition, they ground up their stores of almonds in mortars and pestles, and then kneaded them together with sugar to create emergency rations. This type of bread (pan) produced with a pestle (maza) is supposed to have given rise to the name mazapán in Spanish - marzipan in English.
Almonds (50%), sugar, water, stabilizer (sorbitol), and preserving agent (sorbic acid). Produced in a facility that uses wheat.
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"Love the marzipan"
Karen - CT, CT - Nov 12, 2016
"A little dryer and not quite as sweet as the usual marzipan fruits, but that's the way I like it!"
Sarah - Ann Arbor, MI - Jan 3, 2016
"Quite good, autentico"
Henrietta Yount - Hilton Head, SC - Jan 1, 2016
Luis Mariano Moreno Berme - ALCOBENDAS, LA - Dec 27, 2015
"I order this during holidays"
Lori ROXAS - SOMERSET, NJ - Dec 27, 2015
"I love the 1880 turron and that is why I bought this brand, but I have been slightly disappointed with the mazapan."
Ana-zahra Ezzine De Blas - San Jose, CA - Dec 14, 2015
Lydia Garcia - Guttenberg, NJ - Dec 6, 2015
"Great! These are so hard to find but now I know where to get them."
ED - Tampa, FL - Nov 16, 2015
"No son suaves "
Francisca Milholen - Corpus Christi, TX - Nov 16, 2015
Raquel Paredes - New York, NY - Nov 15, 2015
"I love marzipan! I first tasted it on my way to Spain in 2006 and could not get enough. "
DEBORA LOCKLEAR - Laurinburg, NC - Sep 29, 2015
"You have the most authentic version. My son has loved it since he was a child and I sill send them to him as a young adult."
Margery Wingenbach - Winchester, VA - Sep 25, 2015
"One of my favorites."
MYRIAM VIJIL - ALHAMBRA, CA - Apr 13, 2015
CARLOS A. Fitzpatrick - Bowie, MD - Jan 4, 2015
"Great product, although a bit disappointed to see so few pieces in the box."
Jose Pedro Santos - Cincinnati, OH - Jan 4, 2015
"It is okay but nothing special. The flavor is bland."
Mary Fernandez - San Jose, CA - Jan 3, 2015
"Marzipan, one of my favorites. cannot go wrong with this treat."
DIANNE WEINER - MEDFORD, OR - Dec 29, 2014
Leslie E. - Washington, DC - Nov 2, 2014
"Absolutely sublime. Brings me childhood memories. Delicious!"
Maria Hill - Manalapan, NJ - Jun 29, 2014
"Good, though not quite as flavorful as those I have had in Spain."
Bonnie - Los Angeles, California - Jan 6, 2013
"I love the flavor and texture of this marzipan, but it's a little too sweet for my taste. I'll probably continue to get it anyway but would love to find an alternative."
Natalia - Sep 26, 2011
"These little gems were so fresh and tasted wonderful. Individual packaging retains the quality to be sure "
Marcia - May 20, 2011
"I had never ate these before but now I am addicted to them."
Diana - Mar 17, 2011
"I am a marzipan lover and these were deliciouse!"
SERGIO DIAZ - Nov 29, 2010
"Sweet,packed with almonds. Delicious!"
Eli - Oct 22, 2010
"The 1880 figuritas are terrible when compared to the Delvida figuritas LaTienda used to sell - these are too sweet, seem to have less % almond, and get stale (turn hard instead of staying soft) after a few weeks. The former Figuritas were excellent."
Roberto - Dec 2, 2009
Isabel Arroyo - Dec 1, 2009