This toasted marzipan gift box is made from the freshest ingredients and formed into unique shapes and slightly toasted for an old fashioned appeal. This item is under the supervision of the Orthodox Union and is parve.
Almond Paste (7 lb. Can) from Superior Nuts. Superior was founded over 80 years ago on the premise of fresh quality nuts, dried fruits and chocolates served locally. Although our third generation business has grown over the years and our business is now coast to coast; our philosophy has not changed, serving the freshest savory snacks will always remain our top priority. We welcome you and we are sure that you will be delighted with our amazing products. We truly appreciate your business. Almond Paste (7 lb. Can)
Niederegger Marzipanerie is an assortment of the most delicious marzipan candies you've ever tasted. Since the year 1806, Niederegger, Germany's premier confectioner, has been producing these sweet delicacies. Marzipan originates from the Orient where this almond-sugar confection was served at the sultan's table to crown the meal. In the 14th century, marzipan became a dessert on the noblest dinner tables, and served as a luxury gift for the Europe's highest dignitaries. Presented in a beautiful, festive box, Niederegger Marzipanerie is an excellent gift for the lover of sweets. Net Weight: 6.4 oz.
These chocolate-coated marzipan bars are a exceptional treat for anyone with a taste for high-quality almond marzipan. Available in four different flavors, these bars also make a great gift. Marzipan originated in the Orient and made its way to Europe during the Crusades. Luebeck, a port city on the Baltic Sea in northern Germany, became the capital of marzipan production in Germany. It is now over 200 years, that Niederegger has been producing world-famous marzipan delicacies. The quality of marzipan is judged by the amount of sugar in the product. Niederegger uses 100% marzipan paste, with no added sugar. A secret ingredient similar to rose water is added to the marzipan paste to give the Niederegger marzipan a note of distinction.Varieties sold separately.