- Contains 11 hand-wrapped cookies
- Traditional recipe
- Family company
- Size - 10.5 oz/300 g
Roscos de Vino are ring shaped cookies that have been enjoyed around Christmas time for centuries. The recipe for this traditional holiday treat includes a touch of sweet moscatel wine. This unique sweet cookie is a wonderful way to bring the flavor of Spain to your home.
Aromas de Medina is a family company that took their family recipes, passed on down the generations, and decided to share them with the world. They still make these Christmas treats by hand and pack them one by one in the package that you will receive.
Medina Sidonia, where they are located, is an ancient city in the province of Cadiz - some say it is the oldest city in Europe, founded by the Phoenicians thousands of years ago.
Wheat flour, sunflower oil, sugar, cinnamon, aniseed, clove, moscatel wine, extra virgin olive oil, salt, mono- and di-glycerides of fatty acids (as an emulsifier), soy lecithin (as an emulsifier), citric acid (as an acidulant), sorbic acid (as a preservative), and ascorbic acid and Vitamin E (as anti-oxidants). CONTAINS WHEAT AND SOY. Made in a factory that processes almonds and other tree nuts.
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Kellyse - Milwaukee , WI - Feb 5, 2017
"Very nice and crisp cookie."
curlysunset - Addison, IL - Dec 11, 2016
" This is my number one favorite cookie. I love the texture and the butter flavor. Aromas de Medina is the best bakery. The cookies are to die for as well as the Almond Confections such as Pan de Cadiz and Huesos de Santos. "
Liliana Quincoses - Weatherford, TX - Feb 7, 2016
Sandra Lombard - Denver, CO - Jan 24, 2016
"Shared these at work. They were enjoyed by all."
daniel bernt - mt.angel, OR - Jan 3, 2016
"I love these!! I purchased them for Thanksgiving to share with family. I bought them last year, an assortment and I love them. Last year was the first time I had them in years. Worth it and delicious!"
Thomas A Vitale - WILKESBORO, NC - Nov 15, 2015