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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ANNE CHRISTINE BREESE
5 out of 5 Stars!

"Orders arrive very quick good service will order again"

Malcolm
5 out of 5 Stars!

"I have used 'aquarterof' many times before and find ordering on the website very easy to do. The sweets are lovely and delivery is very quick."

Christine
5 out of 5 Stars!

"Very fast service and the chocolate mice taste great, my only disappointment was the label on the jar thought it would of been better than it was and circle cut out. But would defo use again"

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