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if you've never had halvah you may enjoy this, however
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2018
If you've ever had real halvah then you'll rate this 3 stars or below. First, non-mass produced 'marble' halvah is actually marbled and you can see and taste the difference in flavors throughout. This is not marbled. When you open the can and get beyond the oil slick and if you remove the halvah from the can, it's gray color; there is no marbling. Every bite you have will taste exactly the same, you will not be able to tell the difference in flavors or marbling as they call it.
On the other hand, if you've never had halvah you may enjoy this, however, I wouldn't suggest you order the 'marble' flavor, go with the regular. Once you've tasted this halvah, with luck it will only be better with another order from some other company. This halvah is too mass produced.
I didn't have much luck with the delivery of this product as well. It was late, it was miss-routed, left out in the cold and heat and by the time it arrived (late) it must have experienced dozens of temperature changes. When I opend the can it was a pool of oil. I realize halvah will have a little sesame oil either on the bottom or on top of the halvah but this was oil soup. Eventually if left the same room temp for a while it will soak back into the halvah and like magic, there will be little if any oil left.
Seriously, if you want to experience the true and delicious taste of halva then I recommend you not try this mass-produced product. If you're able to buy it by the fresh slice in at an international deli, you'll be able to enjoy it to it's fullest. You'll love the rich, decadent flavor.