torrone

noun
tor·ro·ne | \ təˈrōnē \
plural -s

Definition of torrone 

: a candy made of honey and almonds

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History and Etymology for torrone

Italian, from Spanish turrón, from turrar to roast, toast, from Latin torrēre to dry, parch

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