In memory of a free tour Malaga, you can buy a bottle of the same name wine. In ancient times, Malaga wine was very popular with representatives of the local aristocracy. At the same time, you should pay attention to the special recipe for preparing this drink, which consists in adding boiled wort. Due to this, initially, white wine acquires a rather dark and saturated color (it is never lighter than amber). This dessert wine pairs perfectly with chocolate and other sweets. It is best to buy it in liquor stores, in extreme cases, in supermarkets.
A delicious reminder of a trip to Malaga can be local sweets, which are mostly made with the addition of various nuts. The most famous sweet is considered to be turron, which includes whipped proteins, honey, and nuts. This is a kind of analog of halva. You can buy this delicacy in any supermarket and in any market. There are many types of turron, such as duro, which is made with whole almonds and wrapped in edible rice paper.
In Malaga, there are many confectioneries offering a wide range of sweets, including sweets made from almonds and marzipan. Each workshop has its own unique recipe. Before you decide which sweets are best to take home, you should try several varieties, and only then decide on a choice.
Another popular and at the same time inexpensive product that you can bring from Malaga is olive oil. The mild Spanish climate is ideal for growing olive trees. There are many types of olive oil and this is a separate topic for conversation. A large selection of fresh and natural olive oil is available at local markets, and in supermarkets, it is best to buy cold-pressed oil in metal containers.
Spanish leather products are famous all over the world for their quality. For moderate money in Malaga, you can buy beautiful and high-quality wallets, belts, bags, and many other products. Special attention deserves classic leather shoes (especially those made by hand). A pair of such shoes will serve faithfully for more than one year. In Spain, such products are cheaper than in other countries.
Pieces of Art
Among other things, Malaga is also the birthplace of such a great artist as Pablo Picasso. In the museum dedicated to this master, you can buy various reproductions of this master, or ordinary magnets, postcards, and other souvenirs that are related to Picasso.
Well, where without the main Spanish delicacy – jamon. The preparation time for this meat delicacy is approximately 1.5 years and requires certain knowledge. For long-term storage, jamon is covered with wax. You can buy jamon in supermarkets, markets and butcher shops. For those who absolutely do not understand jamon, it is best to buy this delicacy in butcher shops.
Castanets are an integral part of the most popular Spanish flamenco dance. It is not necessary to be able to dance this dance, but the castanets themselves are a very original souvenir, and besides, their cost is not very high (around 8-10 euros). If gastronomic souvenirs are eaten sooner or later, castanets will remind you of the trip for many years.
Wine can be a great purchase in Spain. The choice is large, but the best option can be sangria – a wine with pleasant fruity notes, and for those who like stronger wine, they buy sangria. For a bottle of quality Spanish wine, you will have to pay about 10 euros.