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Tarongina Chocolate Covered Candied Orange Peels

Tarongina Chocolate Covered Candied Orange Peels

Dark Chocolate Covered Valencian Oranges

All Natural

$15.95dt-23
 
  • Handmade in Valencia
  • All natural
  • Made in a small confectionary shop
  • Simple and delicious
  • Size - 130 gr/4.5 oz

Our friends at Tarongina take fresh oranges from Valencia and poach the peels in sugar, then coat them in rich dark chocolate. The bright citrus flavor balances perfectly with the bittersweet chocolate for a treat to remember!

Tarongina began a few years ago when Claudia Bosi was inspired to find a way to celebrate the vibrant influence of oranges on the history and culture of Spain. She was wandering through the town of Gandia and was overwhelmed by the oranges everywhere, filling the trees and even coating the ground at her feet. So she started Tarongina as a confectionary, sweets shop and museum celebrating the humble Valencian orange.

These chocolate covered orange peels are made in this small shop and packed by hand. We recommend that you store them in the refrigerator to keep them fresh, if you don't eat them all the first time you open the jar!

Customer Reviews

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    "We have been enjoying the candied orange wedges for years and then discovered these. While we still love the wedges, these have a more intense burst of flavor and are lighter and softer with the dusting of rich chocolate as opposed to a crunchy chocolate shell. This is now a permanent part of our sweets collection!"

    November 2016

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    "These are delicious! They are not too sweet or sticky, just the right burst of fresh orange and rich chocolate! "

    April 2013

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    "not sweet and very satisfying!"

    March 2013

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    "I received my first jar as part of a gift package. They are delicious, so delicious I ordered 3 more jars - also make great hostess gifts. Wonderful to go along with an espresso."

    March 2013

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    "pricy but delicious"

    January 2013

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