Spain is a country with great history and is also reflected in its gastronomy. Numerous towns have inhabited it, leaving its mark not only in its landscape, but also in its culture and an example of them is its pastry and confectionery. Three legacies, Jews, Moors and Christians and a mixture of cultures that have contributed throughout the centuries of tradition, variety and refinement of Spanis cakes and confectionery.
SWEETS FROM EACH REGION
The Moors were known for their taste for sweets and undoubtedly left an indelible mark on traditional Spanish confectionery and confectionery. Ingredients such as honey, sugar, almonds, walnuts, pistachios, spices, dates and other dried or candied fruits that give rise to traditional sweets such as nougat, marzipan, alfajores, panellets, bottled almonds, pine nuts and many other traditional sweets that today are combined with avant-garde creations, delighting the most sweet palates.
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