SPANISH SWEETS 

In Spain we have a sweet tooth. From the finest dried nuts of the Spanish forests (walnuts, hazelnuts, chestnuts, etc.) sweets such as casadiellas, carajitos and all kinds of artisan pastries and confectionery are made. Apple, blueberry and piescu plum jams are made from the best fruit in the orchards. Spanish honey is famous due to the quality of the country’s mountains. The entire range of confectionery and sweets that Crivencar distributes is available online at productosdeasturias.com.

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La Puela
5,35 €

Oak honeydew is not produced by the bees from flower nectar, but from oak tree secretions. It is produced mainly from south-western Asturias oak forests (Tineo, Allande, Cangas del Narcea and Ibias), in the north of Spain

Tierra Astur
5,20 €

Honey extracted from hives in the forests and fields of southwestern Spain, in Asturias, produced by bees from the pollen of many varieties of flowers, with no major proportion of any one of them.

Horno de Luanco
9,00 €

Pastries made using traditional artisan methods in the traditional marañuela bun recipe: flour, sugar, egg yolks, cooked butter and lemon zest.

Horno de Luanco
9,00 €

A typical Spanish sweet pastry, made using artisan techniques with flour, sugar, eggs, cooked butter, lemon zest and juice.

La Puela
5,35 €

This honey comes mainly from flower nectar from Asturias chestnut trees.

Tierra Astur
7,50 €

Peeled and lightly toasted hazelnuts dipped in honey from the forests of Northern Spain.

Suspiros del Nalón
4,30 €

Soft and delicious artisan pastries made entirely by hand with eggs, butter, margarine, sugar, and wheat flour following a traditional recipe.

Tierra del Artesano
12,65 €

Artisan chocolate with 75% cocoa. A temptation for lovers of pure chocolate; all the intensity of a flavour with a predominant bitter taste due to the high percentage of cocoa.

La Collotense
2,85 €

Sweet Asturias quince jam made using artisan techniques using the finest raw material: quinces in their natural state, ripe and soft to the touch. The quince is low in sugar and prepared as a jam it is perfect to go with your snacks, your cheese platters or for baking.

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In Spain we have a sweet tooth. From the finest dried nuts of the Spanish forests (walnuts, hazelnuts, chestnuts, etc.) sweets such as casadiellas, carajitos and all kinds of artisan pastries and confectionery are made. Apple, blueberry and piescu plum jams are made from the best fruit in the orchards. Spanish honey is famous due to the quality of the country’s mountains. The entire range of confectionery and sweets that Crivencar distributes is available online at productosdeasturias.com.