Post # 1
I’d like to give Jordan almonds as a favor at the wedding, but not sure where to buy them. There are mixed reviews everywhere. The one I’m most concerned about are the reviews, “It was so hard, it cracked my teeth!” Are Jordan almonds naturally very hard? Has anyone bought them from a place and they turned out to be good?
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
Traditionally aka normally, they’re very hard, That’s just how they are. I suck on them for 5 mins them chew. Yum! Check online or Michaels.
Post # 4
I did! Mine where light blue and looked like robins eggs (I had a secret garden wedding).
They were a bit hard, but they were DELICIOUS! ( I ate a TON while making the favors)
I believe I bought them from save-on-crafts.com
But I am not sure. Just google it.
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Post # 6
They’ve been hard everytime I’ve had them but they are SOOOO freaking delicious! I wish every wedding in existence had Jordan almonds lol
Post # 7
Thanks so much! Maybe the reviewers didn’t realize they are normally hard. It sounds like they are good, though, so I’m definitely going to buy these! 🙂
Post # 8
@soontobemrsm11: Sounds good! I hope my guests will feel the same way!
Post # 9
nuts.com is where my mom buys all that kind of stuff, and they are very hard. Don’t bite into them right away.
Post # 10
My family would throw a fit if I excluded Jordan almonds (confetti to the italians)
Make sure you give them away in groups of five! (and the Italian-made versions are the best, IMHO)