Rafaat Hallab 1881, the Taste of LebanonEat — Food / beverages
|About||Rafaat Hallab 1881 produces the most genuine Oriental sweets you have ever tasted.They deliver a collection of a unique creation of the Fine Mediterranean Sweets. Experience the sweets online shopping @ http://www.hallab.com +9616444411 @RHallab1881|
Since 1881, Rafaat Hallab have been gratifying their customers' gourmet fantasies with the most delicious homemade oriental pastries. Still improving on the legacy of the past, Rafaat Hallab pastries are now a reference in Lebanese sweets. Their craftsmen choose the best of nuts, pistachios, pine kernels, and other vitamin-loaded prime ingredients to give you the finest of oriental sweets. The company policy is to maintain the quality of its products through selecting the best base ingredients and raw materials, improving the industry to satisfy its clients, and serving them faster worldwide by using modern packaging techniques, continuing to maintain this artistic and traditional handcraft through choosing qualified and experienced employees. This policy is implemented through the company's ISO 9001,2000 quality system, which covers all the company's operations and activities and applies to its different level employees. Now Rafaat Hallab s.a.r.l focuses on a special kind of customer, the person who wants high quality products, packed in a very appealing package. Our customers might be large corporations, small or medium businesses, or individuals. Our product is positioned very carefully: this is high-quality sweet products that combines high skill workmanship and innovation for the customer who understands quality, demand refine taste, and is willing to spend money on the best.
Holiday Gifts, Par Avion
By MARIAN BURROS - NEW YORK TIMES
SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM THE BEES Honeyed Middle Eastern sweets from a Lebanese baker include pistachio-filled nests called taj el malak, baklava and a form of marzipan.
EVERY year, when I test the waters of mail- order gifts, I cast a wide net in the hope of finding some treasures. And every year, there are things I would love to have someone send me. Some years there are things so wonderful that I will be sending them to myself.
This turned out to be one of those years.
I found the rarest and, without doubt, the best Parmigiano Reggiano in the world — a cheese made in such tiny quantity that it is almost impossible to find outside Italy.
So, of course, it turned up on a new Internet site.
Thanks to technology, and to the easing of some food import restrictions, it is becoming easier to find unusual delicacies like that Parmigiano. And so after almost two decades of celebrating American food, my holiday mail order guide this year looks beyond our own shores, to purveyors like Rafaat Hallab 1881, a 100-year-old bakery in Lebanon, which was the source for spectacular pastries,
Even aficionados of Middle Eastern sweets have never seen anything quite like the delicious assortment from RAFAAT HALLAB 1881, a 100-year-old bakery in Lebanon. It includes charming miniature baskets called taj el malak, made of shredded phyllo stuffed with pistachios and dripping honey; two-plus pounds, $42. Mamoul cocktail mix — cookies stuffed with nuts or dates, some coated with powdered sugar and perfumed with flower water — is $33 for two-plus pounds. Merzipan (almond paste) is stuffed with pistachios and flavored with rose water; two pounds, $36.
At www.hallab.com; fax, (+) 961-6433282;
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