Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight
Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight

Baked to order

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Perfectly sweet, chewy, nutty and rosy, this is a fitting introduction to Istanbul's most beloved dessert.

Baked fresh daily in Istanbul and flown-in on an express jet, this is a fresher and more authentic version than what many are used to.

To offer the exact Istanbul experience, we're offering our Turkish delight in an assortment pack of six essential flavors: Spring Rose, Pistachio Cream, Creamy Hazelnut, Chocolate Cream, Pistachio & Coconut, Coconut & Chocolate.

Turkish Delight is ancient. In the best way.

Its origins date back to 653 BCE, when it was a favorite of Sassanids who ruled the Ottoman palace. At that time, it was called "rahat-ül hulküm".

In the centuries since, bakers and confectioners around the world have continued to advance and complicate the Turkish Delight. After years of being a hidden treasure in Turkey, the dessert was finally introduced to the world in the 19th Century by unknown British traveller. The traveller brought it back to Britain but he failed to remember the original name of the dish — renaming it "Turkish Delight".

In many ways, it's best in its most simple form. Made with the sugar, water, flavors, and passion of Istanbul.

1. Coconut & Chocolate
2. Pistachio & Coconut
3. Chocolate Cream
4. Creamy Hazelnut
5. Pistachio Cream
6. Spring Rose

Serving Size 1 one-inch piece (16 grams)
Number of servings 30
Amount Per Serving

Calories 33; Total Fat 1 grams (2% DV); Saturated Fat 0.2 grams (1% DV); Trans Fat 0 grams; Polyunsaturated Fat 0.2 grams; Monounsaturated Fat 0.6 grams; Cholesterol 0 milligrams; Sodium 6.6 milligrams; Total Carbohydrates 6.1 grams (2% DV); Dietary Fiber 0.1 grams (1% DV); Sugars 4.2 grams; Protein 0.2 grams

1. Store in a cool and dry place.
2. Keep the container closed as much as possible.
3. Avoid storing in the refrigerator.
4. Do not expose it to the sun.
5. Protect it from heat and humidity.

Imported from Istanbul

It's late evening in Istanbul. Our Turkish baker, Emre, is measuring ingredients and managing inventory. He'll wake up early to bake his favorite local dessert: Turkish Delights. It's a ritual he knows well. His family has been hand making them for generations; his community, for centuries.

He begins by combining select local ingredients — sugar, water, cornstarch, and natural flavoring. He combines, heats, shapes, and packages each delight. Then, he loads them in his car and rides through the bustling bazaar streets of Istanbul. Soon, they'll be on a plane to San Francisco.

Shortly after that, in your home.

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