Our Delivery Options
Hamper World Delivers all our gifts nationwide.
Nationwide Delivery from R69.90.
Same day delivery in Gauteng for orders placed before 11 o’clock for R69.90!
Outlying areas may take a little longer, but we will endeavour to always deliver in the quickest time possible.
Mini Crate With Teddy, Fudge & Nougat
This mini crate is overflowing with a cute teddy bear and large, locally made fudge and nougat bars:
- Mini Wooden Crate
- Small Teddy (Cream)
- Bar of Peanut Butter Fudge (150g box)
- Chocolate Biscuit Nougat (120g box)
This mini crate makes for a great reusable crate for plants, drinks or to keep all your favourite pamper products in.
History Of Nougat
Nougat has been enjoyed for centuries, and many countries claim they were the first ones to make it. Variations of nougat can be found in many countries, including Italy, France and Spain, but nobody knows its true origins
There are tons of variations of nougat with different nuts and flavours, but generally they fall into 2 main categories: Soft and Hard.
Versions of nougat made with honey tend to be softer, while the sugar versions are harder, even brittle.
Italy – Torrone
Italian Nougat, also known as Torrone, is said to have been first created in Cremona, Lombardy for a wedding celebration of aristocrats in the 15th century.
The nougat was created in the shape of the bell tower of the Cremona cathedral, then known as the Torrazzo or Torrione—a possible origin of the name Torrone.
France – Nogat
French Nougat, also known as “nogat” was made in the Provence region since at least the sixteenth century. It was known as ‘nogat’ in the Middle Ages. In the Provence Region the name is said to come from ‘tu nous gates,’ or, ‘you spoil us.’
Spain – Turrón Alicante
Spanish Nougat, also known as Turrón or Torró in Spain, is believed to have been introduced by the Arabs, but has been made in Jijona (Xixona – Spanish) for more than 500 years. Produced primarily for the Christmas season, the two primary types are Jijona and Alicante.