Tortas de Alicante are also known as Imperial. The dough, made of turrón of Alicante, is molded manually to obtain a thin and round layer covered by two wafer-thin slices, one on top and one below. The whole almonds and the wafer gives it a very pleasant flavour.
Traditional turrón also known as “crunchy”. Roasted almonds with their skin are blended with caramel made from sugar.
Together with the Terronico, they are the only turrones in which the skin of the toasted almond is not removed; that’s why their flavours are very different from the rest.
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.
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.