Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight is also called Lokum, or in Arabic 'rāḥat al-ḥulqūm' (which means 'Throat Comfort'... apt!). It it thought to have been originally introduced to the UK by a Briton who travelled to Istanbul and became rather fond of it. It is a huge tradition all over the Middle East, and is traditionally made with a large variety of natural ingredients, from dates, to walnuts, pistachios, rosewater, orange and lemon.

It has, via Fry's Turkish Delight, made its way into the UK's sweetie hall of fame. 
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Tom Wellstead
5 out of 5 Stars!

"Great. But I ordered and when you did not have one item the whole order was parked and I had to chase it and deal with my grandkids in one family being unable to play the sweet games we had devised for covid restrictions. Changing that W he"

Victoria
5 out of 5 Stars!

"Super fast delivery, even during these strange days. Always a great business to deal with and most importantly, fantastic sweets!"

Sharon Buckley
5 out of 5 Stars!

"The ordering and delivery were excellent. The sweets are delicious and so reminiscent of the past. Thank you so much for providing them."

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