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Grape Sausage w/ Walnut (Malban - Churchkhela)

Saray     3.5oz.
$2.49
Extracted and aligned on a rope and then listen to high quality walnut interiors will be immersed in grape molasses. It is rich in protein, fat, B vitamins, phosphorus, and potassium. It is affected as a blood enhancer and nutritive for brain cells. It reduces the croner herat diseases and cancer risks. Perfect energy source. Churchkhela (also written churchkhella), is a traditional sausage-shaped candy originating from the Caucasus, mainly Georgia, and also common in Russia and Turkey. In Turkish it is called pestil cevizli sucuk, literally walnut sujuk because of its sausage shape. Churchkhela is made of walnuts sewn onto a string, dipped in thickened white grape juice and dried in the shape of a sausage. In Armenia, a popular substitute for churchkhela is fruit leather, called bastegh or t'tu lavash. These are thin roll-up sheets of sour plum puree, which explains why they are named the same as the sheets of the traditional Armenian bread lavash.

Sausage Delight w/ Pistachios

Keyifce     350g
$9.99
Premium sweet sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Pomegranate Sausage Delight w/ Pistachios

Keyifce     350g
$9.99
Premium pomegranate sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Rolled Delight w/ crushed pistachios (Pestil)

Keyifce     400g
$9.99
Premium sweet sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Delight Sheets w/ crushed Pistachios (Pestil)

Keyifce     300g
$9.99
Premium sweet sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Sultan Turkish Delight w/ Nuts

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.99
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Turkish Delight w/ Pistachios

Hazer Baba     100g.
$3.49

Mixed Mini Turkish Delight (Rose, Lemon & Mint)

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.99

Fig & Walnut Turkish Delight

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.99

Real Fruits Turkish Delight Assortment

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.49
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Mixed Turkish Delight (Rose, Lemon & Mint)

Hazer Baba     454g.
$7.49
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Turkish Delight w/ Rose Petals

Hazer Baba     454g.
$7.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Pomegranate Turkish Delight

Hazer Baba     454g.
$8.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavour to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Mastic Turkish Delight

Hazer Baba     500g.
$8.99
Out of stock
Real Turkish Delight of Haci Bekir combines delicious flavours and satin-smooth texture since 1777 this speciality of Haci Bekir has been made of sugar and starch and depending on the type of various kind of nuts with flavours. This favourite sweet of oriental countries was introduced to the western world by and English traveller in the 19th century who bought it from Haci Bekir since then it has been universally popular as Turkish Delight. For over 200 years now in Turkiye and middle east Lokum is synonymus with Haci Bekir and vice versa.

Turkish Delight Mixed Nuts w/Coconut (Pistachio, Hazelnut, Almond)

Hazer Baba     454g.
$9.99
Out of stock

Mixed Turkish Delight (Sultan)

Hazer Baba     350g.
$7.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Mixed Turkish Delight (Pistachios, Almonds & Hazelnuts)

Hazer Baba     454g.
$8.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Mixed Turkish Delight (Pistachios, Almonds, Hazelnuts, Rose, Lemon, Mint)

Hazer Baba     454g.
$8.99
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Mixed Turkish Delight (Apricot, Almond & Honey)

Hazer Baba     454g.
$7.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Turkish Delight w/ Pistachios

Hazer Baba     454g.
$8.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Turkish Delight (Double Roasted, Pistachio Rich)

Hazer Baba     350g.
$9.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Pomegranate Turkish Delight w/ Pistachios

Hazer Baba     454g.
$9.99
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavour to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Turkish Carrot Delight w/ Mixed Nuts (Cezerye)

Hazer Baba     350g.
$7.99
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?