Product Description: Unique, aromatic rose dessert, characteristic of Aeghion region. The recipe comes from the Monastery of Taksiarxes where monks process the petals of the rose with unique recipe since 1935.
Beneficial for good bowel function, enjoy in ice cream and yogurt, and even as a jam at breakfast.
These jam-looking desserts, were created by the need to preserve the fruits in excess and are the most traditional Greek sweets. They are called “spoon desserts” because they were usually served in the quantity of a full teaspoon and this move was considered as a gesture of hospitality. They can ideally accompany a Greek coffee, frozen vanilla, and any ice cream flavor. They are part of the Greek tradition and lifestyle and are produced in all parts of Greece, from seasonal fruits of each region.