6 x 140g
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At least 3-6 months from purchase date
milk chocolate 34% (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, emulsifier: soya lecithins, vanilla flavouring), white chocolate 33% (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier: soya lecithins, vanilla flavouring), cream, sugar, almonds 5.5%, anhydrous butterfat, fructose-glucose syrup, cocoa butter, chocolate (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithins, vanilla flavouring), non-fat cocoa powder, vanilla sugar (sugar, vanilla extract, natural vanilla flavouring), gingerbread spice mix, emulsifier (lecithins from sunflower), table salt 0.05%, preservative (potassium sorbate), flavouring (vanillin). Cocoa solids minimum: chocolate 56%, milk chocolate 33%. May contain traces of gluten.
6x SZAMOS Premium Szaloncukor Hungarian Christmas Candy – Praline Assortment 140g / 4.9oz
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If you purchase this product, you will receive 6 boxes (6 x 140g / 4.9oz) of original Szamos 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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