It “smelled” Christmas – The prices for the first melomakaroni and kourabiedes
Christmas is approaching and with it come packages and gingerbread. Although the weather still reminds of summer, many pastry shops have started to put them in their windows.
The first honey macaroons were released in bakeries and pastry shops and began to become popular.
Champion in the price of melomakaron, one of the most famous and famous pastry shops in Athens, which charges €29 per kilo.
A bakery-confectionery owner told mega: “The problem is that the raw materials are constantly rising, imagine that in the melomakarono with honey, walnuts, semolina, cognac everything is constantly rising. Logically, he will get an increase this year as well.”
In well-known confectioneries in Athens, a kilo of honey macaroons that last year cost €24, we will see from the very first batches reach €26, €2 more within a year.
The beloved Greek Christmas treat has been ranked 34th in the Taste Atlas list of the top 50 sweets in the world.