To Cork City people Hadji Bey’s Turkish Delight is an institution.  

First made by a family of  Turkish immigrants in Cork in the early 1900’s, it was sold from a shop on MacCurtain Street, now part of the Metropole Hotel. 

Sadly,  production ceased in the early 1990’s - but luckily for us its now available again, and not just in Cork this time.  It is featured in Marie-Claire Digby’s Food File in today’s Irish Times magazine, so its bound to become popular once again.

The packaging is to die for – you’ll want to put the empty box on display rather than in the recycling.  But its the contents that really matter.  We have two varieties retailing at €8.95 - Rahat Lokoum which contains Rose, Lemon and Orange pieces; and Original Rose.  Enjoy!

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