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Koska Turkish Delight – 250gr – Choose Flavour

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Koska Turkish Delight – 250gr – Choose Flavour

(5 customer reviews)
5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings

£4.00£6.00

 

Koska Turkish Delight variety. Flavours including the popular Rose & Lemon.

  • All natural ingredients
  • Made in Turkey.
  • Gluten free
  • Vegetarian/Vegan
  • Halal
  • Kosher Certified
  • 250gr

Variety of flavours available are;

  • Rose
  • Rose & Lemon
  • Pistachio
  • Mixed
  • Hazelnut & Pistachio with Coconut

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Koska Turkish delight.

Koska Turkish delight, also known as Lokum, Rahat Al-halkum, Turkish delights are world renowned soft sweets, traditionally made using corn starch, sugar, fruit molasses, honey and nuts.

Koska is one of the oldest Turkish Delight and Halva makers in Turkey. Founded early 1900’s in the city of Denizli by Hacı Emin, Koska has grown its product portfolio and has become one of Turkey’s favourite confectionery maker. Success of Koska relies in their dedication to quality within the family run company, management of which is now the third & fourth generation. Koska Turkish delight is made using 100% natural ingredients and is approved by the Vegetarian Society. Vegan friendly, gluten free and is also Kosher certified.

What is Turkish Delight?

According to legend, Turkish delights were first concocted by the then Şekercibaşı (which means Pastry chef or pâtissier in Turkish) of the Imperial Kitchens of the Ottoman Empire following the Sultans’ remark after he chipped a tooth on hard candy “All these hard sweets and candy, make me something soft and sweet!”. 

However, the real Turkish delight came about when Bekir Efendi opened his sweet shop in Bahçekapı district of Istanbul in 1777. Originally from the Kastamonu region in Turkey, Bekir Efendi’s sweet “morsels” (lokum in Ottoman Turkish, derived from the Arabic word rāḥat al-ḥulqūm meaning “easy on the throat, – throat comfort” ) gained fame amongst the locals and word quickly spread to the Palace (Topkapi palace) and was soon being perfected in the palace kitchens. Lokum got its big break and eventually the name Turkish delight when a British trader became acquainted with the sweet morsels during his visits to Istanbul and took some back with him. Turkish delights quickly became high societies favourite delicacy and was often traded in handkerchiefs in banquets and given as gifts. Credited as the creator of Turkish delight, Bekir Efendi’s shop is still serving sweets in Istanbul, passing the flag on from generation to generation since 1777.

Although not as established as Hacı Bekir, Koska Turkish delight are just as delicious and melts away in the mouth. We have tried, tested, over-indulged and handpicked these favourite flavours and will be introducing more in the future. Best sellers for those new to these light textured sweet morsels of delight are the Rose & Lemon flavours and the Turkish favourite Pistachio.

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 15 x 15 x 5 cm
Flavours

Rose 250gr, Rose 250gr x2, Rose & Lemon 250gr, Rose & Lemon 250gr x2, Pistachio 250gr, Pistachio 250gr x2, Mixed 250gr, Mixed 250gr x2, Hazelnut & Pistachio with Coconut 250gr, Hazelnut & Pistachio with Coconut 250gr x2

5 reviews for Koska Turkish Delight – 250gr – Choose Flavour

  1. 5 out of 5

    These are the same Koska Turkish delight as on Amazon and they’re cheaper including delivery! Timely.delivery, well packaged also defenitely recommend.

    Elli

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yay, received my Turkish delights today and I ordered online just yesterday! Super fast UK delivery, will report back once I taste them for dessert tonight but I’m sure I’ll be happy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Visiting Istanbul this year has totally changed my mind on Turkish delights, cadbury and frys versions should not be called turkish delight they’re misleading! These were delicious, thank you for the quick delivery

  4. 5 out of 5

    really happy good service and good turkish delight thanks.

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Really good quality Turkish delights, delicious, quick delivery really happy thank you 😊

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