Bergamot Sweets from Nancy

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A sweet specialty from Nancy created in 1857. In its vintage box, these bergamot sweets are a perfect gift to softly go back to childhood.

With their delicious taste and gorgeous amber colour, these bergamots from Nancy are very special sweets.

Bergamot is a word derived the Turkish beg-armâdé meaning 'pear of the lord'. It is the fruit of the bergamot tree and looks much like a lemon.

The recipe for these sweets was created in Nancy in 1857, and they have been popular ever since.

Composition :
Sugar, glucose syrup, natural flavor of bergamot.
Origin :
Average nutrition facts For 100g
Energy 394 / 1649.6 kcal / kJ
Total fat 0.9 g
  Saturated fat 0 g
Carbohydrate 97 g
  Sugar 81 g
Proteins 0 g
Salt 0 g
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