Roscón de Reyes

 

HAPPY ROSCÓN DE REYES

Here is the Roscón de Reyes, a tradition of a great banquet in which there are two surprises for those who are lucky. In it there are, very well hidden, a bean and a figure; Whoever is going to cut it, do it without mischief. Whoever finds something a bit hard in their mouths, maybe it's the bean or maybe the figure. If it is the haba found this roscón you will pay, more if it is the figure, crowned and King you will be.

What is your ROSCÓN?

We have 4 different Roscones de Reyes in 3 different sizes, so you can choose the one you like the most and best fits you:

Whipped Cream filling

Cream filling

Truffle filling

Without any filler

  • Small size
    24.95 ?
    For 4/6 people.
  • Medium size
    34.95 ?
    For 8/10 people.
  • Big size
    44.95 ?
    For 10/12 people.
  • Ingredients
    Roscón: Strong flour, milk, yeast, sugar, butter, eggs, salt, lemon, orange blossom water, emulsifier (trix) and improver. Fillings: cream, cream and truffle.

Reserve and buy your Roscón de Reyes in Ireland

In Spain a Roscón de Reyes can be reserved in pastry shops and good bakeries. They can also be found in many supermarkets. The latter are cheaper although their quality is not comparable to that of a good artisan roscón.

On MySpanishBridge We have decided to prepare artisan roscones for our clients. We would be lying if we said that the logistics were simple, but… it is a very special day and we want to be with you all! 

To guarantee that our traditionally prepared roscones are received in optimal conditions, it is necessary to pick them up at the store, and home delivery is not possible. However, we have arranged three collection points in Ireland hoping to be close to all of you.

 Orders must be collected on January 5 at one of the established points: Dublin, Galway and Cork

    • Dublin 115A Lagan road
    • Galway, we will give the location that best suits the orders received.
    • Cork, we will give the location that best suits the orders received.

Buy your traditional roscón using our form and pick it up on January 5 at one of the three points that we have arranged in Ireland:


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