Rosedes – Traditional Greek Marzipan treats
Made of fine greek almonds that almost taste like roses, these little sweet treats are an integral part of our islands’ culinary tradition.
The recipe comes from Kythera in southern Greece, island of heavenly Aphrodite and her consort, Eros.
Kythera is a blessed place, with unexplored aspects and richly varied landscapes.
The island’s culinary tradition is reason enough to love the island. It is a magical coexistence of the modern Greek kitchen with the old ways, which often borrows elements from the historic Venetian presence on this island.
Ιngredients: Sugar, almonds (40%), marmalade (apricot, glucose syrup, sugar, pectin, citric acid, ascorbic acid, carotene), Glucose syrup, walnut, honey, orange blossom, invertase, potassium sorbate.
May contain traces of allergens such as: milk, eggs, peanuts, cashews, soy and sesame.