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Sicilian Sweet Almond Spread

Olive Points: 27pts

Price £5.90£2.75Save: 53% off



Weight: 212ml BEST BEFORE END OF JULY 2018

Produced using Sicilian almonds, this creamy spread tastes incredible on bread or toast, on panettone at Christmas time and as a filling in cakes or in desserts. It has an amazing almond flavour and is very more-ish, especially when eaten straight from the jar on a spoon!!


Almonds (40%), sugar, oils, non-hydrogenated vegetable fat: palm, palm kernal, vegetable oils: sunflower & rapeseed, skimmed milk powder, whey powder, emulsifier (soy lechithin), flavour (vanillin).

Our producer - Barbuscia

Located in the heart of Sicily in the Enna hills, the Barbuscia Farm covers over 200 hectars. Producing artisan traditional Sicilian specialities, Barbuscia uses the term 'handicraft processing' to describe how their methods distinguish them from other companies. Following the cycles of the season and the procedures of their grandparents, they create products using ancient rural recipes which have incredible aromas and flavour. The quality is wonderful and their specialities are will really add to any meal that you serve them with. 



Product Reviews
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars Sunday 30 April, 2017 By serena sheppard Larne N. Ireland
Oh my goodness what a lovely surprise again made with my 1st purchase from Vorrei in March 2017. I tried it straight from the jar and could of kept going!! However this yummy spread was put onto warmed almond & cherry scones in place of butter, jem and cream and all who tasted were won over , so if you like almond and a smooth texture and not to sweet this is a must to try.I am going to put it between a sponge cake next time I want to bring out something different. Will be trying the other flavours.

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