Gulluoglu Turkish Delight with Hazelnut 500 gr (17.6 oz)
When you tasted this awesome Turkish Delight with Hazelnut, you will understand why The name of these sweets comes from the Arabic term rahat-ul hulkum. Meaning heal or soothe the throat. Its other popular name, Turkish delight, was coined in the 18th century when an English traveler took some of the sweets back home, and since he couldn't pronounce the Arabic name, he coined his own term. The original recipe called for corn flour, refined beet sugar, honey, and water. The treat soon gained popularity, and today it is one of the most famous symbols of Turkey.