This turrón is among the most popular “hard” turrones. It contains large amounts of almonds, giving its hard and crispy texture a more pleasant taste. This hard, sugar-free turrón of Alicante stands out for the almond quality and maltitol sweetener. It is especially designated for diabetics.
It is a very traditional turrón. Only takes almond, sugar, grated lemon peel and a bit of cinnamon. For our marzipan turrón we use the almond variety “Mollar” and “Pestaña”, which have softer shells and contain less fat.
The most popular “hard” turrón. It contains large amounts of almond and crispy honey, giving its hard and crunchy texture a more pleasant taste. The quality of its Marcona almond and orange blossom honey makes this turrón of Alicante so special.
Traditional turrón, similar to Jijona turrón but made with different ingredients and a different production method. It’s called “stone” because it’s made with a stone mill which smashes the almonds previously roasted with sugar until they become a smooth cream. Cinnamon and grated lemon peel is added to the cream.