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Cocoa Halva

Koska     700g.
$11.99
Out of stock
Since 1907 Koska’s origins reach back to a halvah-maker’s shop operated by Hajji Emin Bey in the west Anatolian town of Denizli around the turn of the 20th century. In 1931, Halil Ibrahim Adil Dindar, who was still pursuing the family business, came to Istanbul together with his sons and together they opened a shop of their own in a district of the city known as Koska. In time, the shop’s reputation as a maker of high-quality halvah and other confections grew and the business became known as “Koska Helvacisi” after its location. Transformed into a company, the enterprise flourished and in 1974 it set up a factory in the Topkapi district of Istanbul, where it began producing Turkish delight, nougat, and fruit preserves in addition to its traditional line of halvahs. As the business grew, the brothers Mümtaz and Nevzat Dindar decided to relocate production to a newly constructed modern plant in the Merter district where they continued operating under the name “Koska Helvacisi Merter”. In its new home, Koska continued to expand its range of products while maintaining the high standards of quality for which the Koska name was famous. In 1990, the company began producing tahini (sesame seed paste) in a brand-new completely automated facility. Today, Koska is still a family-run business, cherished over by the third generation of Hajji Emin’s descendants. In late 1998, production was again relocated to a new plant with 15,000 square meters of enclosed space near the Avcilar-Ambarli intersection in Istanbul.

Cocoa Halva

Koska     400g.
$6.99
Out of stock
Since 1907 Koska’s origins reach back to a halvah-maker’s shop operated by Hajji Emin Bey in the west Anatolian town of Denizli around the turn of the 20th century. In 1931, Halil Ibrahim Adil Dindar, who was still pursuing the family business, came to Istanbul together with his sons and together they opened a shop of their own in a district of the city known as Koska. In time, the shop’s reputation as a maker of high-quality halvah and other confections grew and the business became known as “Koska Helvacisi” after its location. Transformed into a company, the enterprise flourished and in 1974 it set up a factory in the Topkapi district of Istanbul, where it began producing Turkish delight, nougat, and fruit preserves in addition to its traditional line of halvahs. As the business grew, the brothers Mümtaz and Nevzat Dindar decided to relocate production to a newly constructed modern plant in the Merter district where they continued operating under the name “Koska Helvacisi Merter”. In its new home, Koska continued to expand its range of products while maintaining the high standards of quality for which the Koska name was famous. In 1990, the company began producing tahini (sesame seed paste) in a brand-new completely automated facility. Today, Koska is still a family-run business, cherished over by the third generation of Hajji Emin’s descendants. In late 1998, production was again relocated to a new plant with 15,000 square meters of enclosed space near the Avcilar-Ambarli intersection in Istanbul.

Grape Molasses (100% Natural)

Koska     800g.
$12.99
The "Pekmez" is a thick syrup made by boiling down grape juice made of grapes coming from the Aegean and the Marmara regions. It is mechanically packed without any manipulation. The slight crystallization that could occur in the "Pekmez" does not mean that the product has gone bad. It will be sufficient to keep the jar into hot water during a certain time and then stir the "pekmez" inside the jar.

Grape Molasses (100% Natural)

Koska     400g.
$6.99
The "Pekmez" is a thick syrup made by boiling down grape juice made of grapes coming from the Aegean and the Marmara regions. It is mechanically packed without any manipulation. The slight crystallization that could occur in the "Pekmez" does not mean that the product has gone bad. It will be sufficient to keep the jar into hot water during a certain time and then stir the "pekmez" inside the jar.

Halva with Pistachio

Koska     400g.
$8.99
Out of stock
Since 1907, Koska’s origins reach back to a halvah-maker’s shop operated by Hajji Emin Bey in the west Anatolian town of Denizli around the turn of the 20th century. In 1931, Halil Ibrahim Adil Dindar, who was still pursuing the family business, came to Istanbul together with his sons and together they opened a shop of their own in a district of the city known as Koska. In time, the shop’s reputation as a maker of high-quality halvah and other confections grew and the business became known as “Koska Helvacisi” after its location. Transformed into a company, the enterprise flourished and in 1974 it set up a factory in the Topkapi district of Istanbul, where it began producing Turkish delight, nougat, and fruit preserves in addition to its traditional line of halvahs. As the business grew, the brothers Mümtaz and Nevzat Dindar decided to relocate production to a newly constructed modern plant in the Merter district where they continued operating under the name “Koska Helvacisi Merter”. In its new home, Koska continued to expand its range of products while maintaining the high standards of quality for which the Koska name was famous. In 1990, the company began producing tahini (sesame seed paste) in a brand-new completely automated facility. Today, Koska is still a family-run business, cherished over by the third generation of Hajji Emin’s descendants. In late 1998, production was again relocated to a new plant with 15,000 square meters of enclosed space near the Avcilar-Ambarli intersection in Istanbul.

Halva with Pistachio

Koska     700g.
$16.99
Out of stock
Since 1907 Koska’s origins reach back to a halvah-maker’s shop operated by Hajji Emin Bey in the west Anatolian town of Denizli around the turn of the 20th century. In 1931, Halil Ibrahim Adil Dindar, who was still pursuing the family business, came to Istanbul together with his sons and together they opened a shop of their own in a district of the city known as Koska. In time, the shop’s reputation as a maker of high-quality halvah and other confections grew and the business became known as “Koska Helvacisi” after its location. Transformed into a company, the enterprise flourished and in 1974 it set up a factory in the Topkapi district of Istanbul, where it began producing Turkish delight, nougat, and fruit preserves in addition to its traditional line of halvahs. As the business grew, the brothers Mümtaz and Nevzat Dindar decided to relocate production to a newly constructed modern plant in the Merter district where they continued operating under the name “Koska Helvacisi Merter”. In its new home, Koska continued to expand its range of products while maintaining the high standards of quality for which the Koska name was famous. In 1990, the company began producing tahini (sesame seed paste) in a brand-new completely automated facility. Today, Koska is still a family-run business, cherished over by the third generation of Hajji Emin’s descendants. In late 1998, production was again relocated to a new plant with 15,000 square meters of enclosed space near the Avcilar-Ambarli intersection in Istanbul.

Plain Halva

Koska     400g.
$6.99
Out of stock
Since 1907 Koska’s origins reach back to a halvah-maker’s shop operated by Hajji Emin Bey in the west Anatolian town of Denizli around the turn of the 20th century. In 1931, Halil Ibrahim Adil Dindar, who was still pursuing the family business, came to Istanbul together with his sons and together they opened a shop of their own in a district of the city known as Koska. In time, the shop’s reputation as a maker of high-quality halvah and other confections grew and the business became known as “Koska Helvacisi” after its location. Transformed into a company, the enterprise flourished and in 1974 it set up a factory in the Topkapi district of Istanbul, where it began producing Turkish delight, nougat, and fruit preserves in addition to its traditional line of halvahs. As the business grew, the brothers Mümtaz and Nevzat Dindar decided to relocate production to a newly constructed modern plant in the Merter district where they continued operating under the name “Koska Helvacisi Merter”. In its new home, Koska continued to expand its range of products while maintaining the high standards of quality for which the Koska name was famous. In 1990, the company began producing tahini (sesame seed paste) in a brand-new completely automated facility. Today, Koska is still a family-run business, cherished over by the third generation of Hajji Emin’s descendants. In late 1998, production was again relocated to a new plant with 15,000 square meters of enclosed space near the Avcilar-Ambarli intersection in Istanbul.

Plain Halva

Koska     700g.
$11.99
Out of stock
Since 1907 Koska’s origins reach back to a halvah-maker’s shop operated by Hajji Emin Bey in the west Anatolian town of Denizli around the turn of the 20th century. In 1931, Halil Ibrahim Adil Dindar, who was still pursuing the family business, came to Istanbul together with his sons and together they opened a shop of their own in a district of the city known as Koska. In time, the shop’s reputation as a maker of high-quality halvah and other confections grew and the business became known as “Koska Helvacisi” after its location. Transformed into a company, the enterprise flourished and in 1974 it set up a factory in the Topkapi district of Istanbul, where it began producing Turkish delight, nougat, and fruit preserves in addition to its traditional line of halvahs. As the business grew, the brothers Mümtaz and Nevzat Dindar decided to relocate production to a newly constructed modern plant in the Merter district where they continued operating under the name “Koska Helvacisi Merter”. In its new home, Koska continued to expand its range of products while maintaining the high standards of quality for which the Koska name was famous. In 1990, the company began producing tahini (sesame seed paste) in a brand-new completely automated facility. Today, Koska is still a family-run business, cherished over by the third generation of Hajji Emin’s descendants. In late 1998, production was again relocated to a new plant with 15,000 square meters of enclosed space near the Avcilar-Ambarli intersection in Istanbul.

Sesame Paste (Tahini)

Koska     620g.
$12.99
Out of stock
Sesame Seeds are crushed and transformed into a thick fluid of sesame husks and oil very rich in proteins. The "Tahini" does not contain any conservative subsance or additional substance and it does not have any cholesterol.

Sesame Paste (Tahini)

Koska     300g.
$6.99
Out of stock
Sesame Seeds are crushed and transformed into a thick fluid of sesame husks and oil very rich in proteins. The "Tahini" does not contain any conservative substance or additional substance and it does not have any cholesterol.

Turkish Delight w/ Pistachio

Koska     500g
$11.99
Turkish Delights are square gel-based confections made with cornstarch and sugar syrup, sometimes with special flavorings and oftentimes chopped nuts or shredded coconut. With origins dating back to 18th century Turkey, Turkish Delights, known as “Lokum” in Turkey and the Middle East and “Loukoúmi” in Greece,­ were once considered rare delicacies enjoyed in the Ottoman Topkapi Palace and by the European elite. Today, these dense, chewy candies are popular and classic Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Southeastern European sweets. Square in shape and dusted with icing sugar, Koska Turkish Delight Pistachio feature chunks of crunchy pistachios in each square, with a coating of icing sugar. Koska is the largest producer and exporter of Lokum in Turkey and still uses the original, traditional family recipes for all of their offerings. Our Turkish Delight Hazelnut are wonderful with coffee – or as a palate cleanser with water before dessert. A classic confection during Ramadan and Eid and for births and special family celebrations, our Turkish Delights Hazelnut are eminently shareable.

Turkish Delight w/ Pistachio, Hazelnut, Coconut

Koska     500g
$11.99
Turkish Delights are square gel-based confections made with cornstarch and sugar syrup, sometimes with special flavorings and oftentimes chopped nuts or shredded coconut. With origins dating back to 18th century Turkey, Turkish Delights, known as “Lokum” in Turkey and the Middle East and “Loukoúmi” in Greece,­ were once considered rare delicacies enjoyed in the Ottoman Topkapi Palace and by the European elite. Today, these dense, chewy candies are popular and classic Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Southeastern European sweets. Square in shape and dusted with icing sugar, Koska Turkish Delight Pistachio feature chunks of crunchy pistachios in each square, with a coating of icing sugar. Koska is the largest producer and exporter of Lokum in Turkey and still uses the original, traditional family recipes for all of their offerings. Our Turkish Delight Hazelnut are wonderful with coffee – or as a palate cleanser with water before dessert. A classic confection during Ramadan and Eid and for births and special family celebrations, our Turkish Delights Hazelnut are eminently shareable.

Wafer Halva

Koska     45g.
$1.49
Very tasty snack which is made from Halva and is shaped and textured very similar to that of a waffle snack. Filled with deliciously rich filling and flattened to perfection. This reminds us of a waffle cone.