Bariamis Traditional Sweet Delicacies
Sweet Lemon Fondant (Submarine) 400g
Bariamis Sweetcase Lemon Fondant 400g
A refreshing traditional dessert, a delicious treat for young and old. Many years ago vanilla (better known as "submarine") was the most popular summer treat. A glass of chilled water and a spoonful of delicious vanilla were what childhood memories were made of. In recent times, this traditional dessert has returned for good.
The sweet taste, the soft texture and the wonderful natural aroma of Lemon satisfy even the most demanding consumer.
So, take a spoon and discover the unique taste of Lemon.
Mr. Themistocles Bariamis started his small business in 1930 in Agrinio creating traditional Greek sweets and desserts like the famous "submarine" sweet, candies, pastel bars, and more. This legacy of crafting delicious treats must have been passed down through generations.
It's inspiring to see how this family business has preserved traditional Greek sweets and expanded their reach over the years. Their commitment to quality, natural ingredients, and maintaining tradition is commendable
Sharing these flavours and aromas from the Greek "land" with people worldwide allows for a broader appreciation of Greek cuisine and culture. It's a delightful way to connect with the rich culinary heritage of Greece.
Ingredients: Sugar, Water, Glucose, Lemon Essential oil
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This “sweet" story begins in 1930 in Agrinio, Greece, when Mr Themistocles Bariamis established a small business with traditional sweets/ desserts, such as vanilla (well known as "submarine" sweet), candies, pastel bars and other Greek delights.
In 1960, his son Chris took charge of the business with the same passion and the region of Western Greece discovers the taste and quality of the Bariamis company.
Nowadays, his children have undertaken to "introduce" the traditional delights abroad.
Taste the wonderful flavors of the traditional handmade delights of the Bariamis Company and you will discover all the forgotten flavors and aromas of the Greece