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KOSKA Floss Halva w/ Pistachios 250g

Made by flossing wheat flour with sugar until they form thin strands, and eventually into a ball of compressed sweetness, Floss Halva, or “Pismaniye,” is a treat many generations of children have grown up eating in Turkey. Similar yet denser than cotton candy, our Pismaniye is still made with our traditional family recipe. Since 1907, Koska is a family-owned Turkish business you can trust.
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