Butter Biscuits


A centuries-old beloved by many, Kurabie biscuits with a delicate drop of berry jam. Kurabie will show it self the same, as you have known it for many years. Kurabie first appeared in Persia at the beginning of the 5th century and got its name from Arabic "gurabayt" - which means baked sweets. According to legends, this biscuit was created by a chef to show the Sultan the mastery it takes in preparing second courses from products that are always at hand.

Nowadays, these biscuits are usually served with a cup of aromatic coffee, like in many European countries. In a hot summer period, it is pleasant to drink a glass of cool milk with a couple of kurabies covered with a golden crust!

Nutritional value

ГОСТ 24901-2014

Expiration date: 90 days

Packing: Colored polypropylene

Net weight: 150g

Amount in box: 16 pcs

Barcode: 460700386 1094
Nutritional value in 100g Average
6,0 g
26,0 g
57,0 g
Energy value
483 ccal

premium wheat flour, confectionery glaze (sugar, cocoa butter substitute of lauric type, cocoa powder, whole milk powder, emulsifier: soy lecithin, flavouring), sugar, margarine (refined deodorized vegetable oils, water, emulsifiers: mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids; food grade salt, flavor, dye: carotenes, acidity regulator - citric acid), drinking water, egg white, corn flour, dye - sugar color, baking powder - sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), flavors.