Turkish baklava with walnuts from the famous confectioner Hafez Mustafa
- Metal-Tin Box.
- Appr. gross weight 2.2 lbs = 1 kg = 16 pcs.
- Turkey’s most historical brand Hafiz Mustafa 1864 Istanbul.
- Walnut Padishah Baklava.
- We offer you the quality of Turkish sweets industry.
- We guarantee you a unique experience that takes you in a charming and ancient atmosphere.
- When you dip the fork in a piece of baklava or nibble on it, you will hear a pleasant crunch sound before you swallow it, it is the sound of the dough’s.
- tenderness and the quality of its cooking because the thinner the dough, the tastier the baklava becomes, especially stuffed with fresh pistachios.
- The middle layer contains a large amount of ground pistachios Delicious and cut early because it has a special aromatic smell.
- It has a golden color which indicates elaborate cooking.
- Leaves a delicious taste in the mouth for a period of time so that you can enjoy its pleasure for a longer time.
- It consists of many slices of crispy and crispy baklava.
- It is prepared from natural materials and is made from natural sugar beet and is free of preservatives.
- To preserve the distinctive taste and aroma, we deliver it to you in a well-wrapped box for Hafez Mustafa.
- Enjoy a cup of Turkish coffee with a piece of baklava.
The history of Turkish baklava
- The history of baklava has not been accurately documented, but it is indicated that its roots go back to before
The Ottoman Empire.
- It is reported that it was made in the kitchens of the Ottoman Empire in the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul.
- The Sultan also presented it in a tray, as it is currently, to the Janissaries in the middle of Ramadan in a festive ceremony called the Baklava Procession.
- There is still a dispute between the Greeks and the Turks over the origin of the baklava, and the origin of the baklava has caused a conflict between the regions.
However, some sources confirmed that the origin of baklava in its primitive form, or it was said to be a dessert similar to baklava, dates back to the second century BC to Mesopotamia and the Assyrians, who made it from flakes of thin, fragile dough stuffed with dried fruits or nuts covered with honey. One country to another, some of its components changed according to the customs and traditions of each region. The Armenians added cinnamon to it, while the Arabs added rose water to it, and the Greeks added honey to sweeten it.
- Another narration indicates that the baklava belongs to a cook named Lawa, who was the cook of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid, and she was the one who invented this dessert.
History of Hafez Mustafa sweets
- The history of Hafez Mustafa sweets began in 1864, during the reign of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Aziz, when Hafez Mustafa’s father, Ismail Hakqi Bey, began making sweets in the basement of the building in which he lived in the Bahçkapi Eminonu district of Istanbul, and he gained a good reputation.
- because of the people’s admiration for the sweets he makes.
- It continued to spread around the world, adding to the traditional sweets industry, the production of coffee, tea, sweet delight and other products that spread in various countries.
- Hafez Mustafa won 11 medals in the field of making pastries and sweets in Europe between 1926 and 1938, and his son Jamil Bey continued the same path of success and expansion after him.
- Today, Hafez Mustafa sweets shops are the most popular destination for tourists who want to taste the delicious original taste of various types of Turkish sweets, in addition to exporting them to many countries of the world.