Tiramisu Turron Candy 1880



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Are you a fan of tiramisu and Spanish Turron? Try our Tiramisu Turron Candy 1880! The perfect combination of one of the world's most popular Italian desserts with one of the most delicious Spanish Candies, the Turron (in English nougat). An innovative variety that will transport you to Europe with a pure tiramisu flavor, but in the form of a bar.

This Chocolate nougat is made with a creamy filling of mascarpone cheese and coffee-soaked sponge cake, topped with a dusting of cocoa, following the recipe of this classic Italian dessert.

  • Origin: Product of Spain. Jijona (Alicante), Spain
  • Size: 300 g/0.66 lb
  • Ingredients: Sugar, almond paste, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, cocoa paste, emulsifiers (E-476 and E-322 soy lecithin), anhydrous butter, powdered mascarpone cheese (skimmed milk powder, dextrose, powdered mascarpone, flavors), clarified liquid butter concentrate, powdered whey, crunchy white chocolate balls (chocolate coating [sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier (E-322), natural flavor], extruded cereal [rice flour, wheat flour, sugar, malt powder, and salt], maltodextrin, thickener (E-414), and coating agent (E-904)), crunchy dark chocolate balls (chocolate coating [sugar, cocoa paste, cocoa butter, anhydrous butter, emulsifiers (E-322, E-476), and natural flavor], extruded cereal [rice flour, wheat flour, sugar, malt powder, and salt], maltodextrin, thickener (E-414), and coating agent (E-904)), soluble coffee, and flavors. May contain traces of other nuts (walnuts, hazelnuts), egg, pistachio, mustard, and peanuts.


Store in a cool, dry place.

From Alicante, Spain

A Turron candy is a Spanish candy, usually in the form of a tablet, made of almonds, hazelnuts, or walnuts, all toasted and mixed with honey and sugar. There are classic varieties such as chocolate nougat (turron de chocolate), crunchy nougat (turron duro), or tender turron (turron blando), but also in recent years, innovative new flavors have been created.

1880 is the most emblematic company between the Spanish turrones, boasting the richest business tradition.

Originally, the recipe for Turrones 1880 was crafted exclusively for family and friends, using the finest raw materials to produce these Spanish nougats: almonds and honey.

During the postwar era, the cost of raw materials made the creation of this miraculous recipe of Spanish turrones quite expensive. It was during this time that the family coined the iconic tagline "El Turrón más caro del mundo," which translates to "The most expensive turrón in the world." The 1880 brand, named after the date of the first recorded written recipe, was introduced as a delicatessen product, and this premium concept has been upheld over the years by consumers.

With over 300 years of tradition in crafting these exquisite sweets, 1880 is a company steeped in history. Its success is rooted in its ability to adapt to new challenges and market trends. The talent of its people, who shape its culture, is crucial in blending Tradition and Technology.