6 x 170g
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At least 3-6 months from purchase date
milk chocolate 26% (sugar, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier: soya lecithin), dark chocolate 20% (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin, flavour: natural vanilla), white chocolate 11% (sugar, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, emulsifier: soya lecithin, flavour: natural vanilla), sugar, almonds 7%, cream, glucose syrup, cocoa butter, hazelnut-almond paste 3% (sugar, hazelnuts 25%, almonds 25%, sunflower lecithin), drinking water, anhydrous milk fat, orange juice concentrate 1%, honey, coconut fat, pistachios 0,7%, coffee 0,6%, alcohol, rum, skimmed milk powder, coconut milk 0.3%, coconut paste (glucose-fructose syrup, coconut shavings, alcohol, flavourings), egg yolk juice 0.2%, sour cherry juice 0.2%, whiskey 0.2%, apple cider concentrate, peach brandy, blackcurrant concentrate 0.1%, wine, strawberry concentrate 0.1%, cognac brandy, preservative: potassium sorbate, amaretto liqueur, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin, flavouring: vanilla flavouring, sea buckthorn marc, cointreau concentrate (alcohol, water, orange peel), spice mix (cinnamon, nutmeg, coriander, fennel, ginger, cloves, allspice, anise, pepper, cardamom), table salt, cinnamon, flavouring: orange oil, cloves, stabilizer: carrageenan, food acid: citric acid. May contain traces of other nuts and gluten!
6x STÜHMER Premium Szaloncukor Hungarian Christmas Candy – Champagne Cream Assortment 170g / 6oz
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If you purchase this product, you will receive 6 boxes (6 x 170g / 6oz) of original Stühmer Szaloncukor (Hungarian Christmas Candy).
Szaloncukor (literally: “parlour candy”) is a type of sweet traditionally associated with Christmas in Hungary. It is a typical Hungarikum. It is usually made of fondant, covered by chocolate and wrapped in shiny coloured foil, then hung on the Christmas tree as decoration.
The tradition of hanging these candies on the Christmas tree started in the 19th century. It was named szaloncukor because the tree usually stood in the parlour (szalon in Hungarian; Cukor means “sugar” or “candy”). The name comes from the German-Austrian Salonzuckerl, this is why the original name was szalonczukkedli.
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