Berlin Patisserie was founded as a small shop in 1973 on a 20 square meter space. That small business has become BRLN Gıda İnşaat İth. İht. San. ve Tic. Ltd. Şti. that has turned today into a taste exporter to the world with corporate values and professional service concept. Our company, which has served Mersin with great enthusiasm for the past half century, is experiencing the pride of taking the local tastes of Mersin and our country to the whole world with greater excitement.
Cezerye (Carrot Sweet) and Turkish delight produced in accordance with the principles of Turkish Food Codex and Hygiene Regulation are manufactured under “Lalezade” brand name and quality assurance.These products also comply with World Food and Hygiene Health standards. With the food experts and professional team we employ, we work not only for the happiness of our consumers but also for the satisfaction of all our partners and stakeholders with the principle of flavor, freshness and reliability.
The main vision of our company is to turn the flavors of our country into a smile on the faces of our consumers over the world, especially with the Cezerye (Carrot Sweet) which symbolizes the geographical sign of Mersin.
The major cornerstone of our mission is to supply our consumers with Cezerye (Carrot Sweet) and the delight products that are compatible to World Health Organization standards in terms of human health and products manufactured by adopting and complying with the principle of the world market and introducing the brand Lalezade as well as the Turkish (Mersin) tastes to the world and to supply reliable, innovative, delicious and healthy food that is indispensable for all our stakeholders with quality and trusted service concept.
History of Turkish Delight
Turkish delight is a sweet that was left as a heritage from the Ottoman palace cuisine to our today's Turkish cuisine. The importance attributed by the image of the Exotic Orient to Turkey, further increasing delight, the first (Rahatü'l-hulkum (Relax of the Throat)) that meant relax of the throat. Later, it was called as comfortable lokum, latilokum and lokum. Although it first appeared in the 15th century, it entered the Ottoman palaces in the 17th century. Sultan Abdulhamid I ordered that a soft candy is made to relax his throat. Upon the order of Sultan Abdulhamid I, a sweet master named Muhittin Hacı Bekir prepared a soft Turkish delight using refined sugar instead of molasses and this was the first example of today's Turkish delight.
Turkish delight is an indispensable flavor of special days and holidays and is known as one of the oldest dessert in the world. In the Turkish and Ottoman cultures, Turkish delight is the most important and necessary sweet that is a must in ceremonies, weddings, religious and Islamic ceremonies and feasts, such as asking hands of a girl for marriage. Therefore, Turkish delight is one of the sine qua non of our culture. The Ottoman Turkish delight, which has not vanished in the Ottoman culture for centuries, has been recognized and known in Europe in the 18th century by the name of Turkish delight through a British traveler.
"Let us eat sweet to speak sweet" is a famous saying from our ancestors. With this culture, Turkish delight has proven to be a traditional food that humanity needs. Turkish delight is a delicious dessert that is known, recognized and appreciated by almost every country in the world. Turkish delight is called “Ease or Relax” in Bosnia and Romania, “Delicia Turca” in Brazil and “Loukoumi’ in Greece. The origin of jelly, which is frequently used in the western cousins, is also based on Turkish delight. This marvelous product is served with Turkish coffee in almost all Balkan countries.
A quality Turkish delight must be elastic, leaving a soft and slippery feeling in the mouth. Turkish delight has many benefits we cannot count. But to give a few examples, Turkish delight is a store of energy. It is converted to energy by burning in a very short time. In the Anatolian villages, Turkish delight is still used to heal wounds and skin cuts. Lalezade Turkish delights are presented to you in a special way with the traditional recipes and methods of the new generation Turkish delight manufacturer. While offering you the odor and taste of history, it caters to your taste and uses special packaging systems. Rose, pistachio, walnut, pomegranate and many other flavor delights are waiting for you. Enjoy your delight …
History of Cezerye (Carrot Sweet)
The first flavor that comes to mind when Mersin is mentioned is Cezerye (Carrot Sweet). After a laborious journey of 1.5 day, carrots harvested from the fields are ready for sale in the form of Cezerye. Since it does not contain additives, it stands out as a healthy dessert. The production of Cezerye begins with the first light of the day, harvesting carrots from the fields and transporting them to the workshops. The ends of the carrot are cut with great care to avoid damage. Carrots are boiled in boilers at high temperature for 1 hour. The carrots, which are extracted from the boilers with the lively form of orange color, are baked in the machines and cooked for another hour to become marmalade. It is then marmalade blended with water, beet sugar, spices and optionally with hazelnut, peanut, walnut or almond. The marmalade, carefully mixed by the master, is poured into the trays when it reaches the desired consistency and flattened with the help of a roller. The mixture is kept at room temperature for 1 day to gain the full taste and is cut in various shapes. Cezeryes blended with coconut in the hands of the masters are presented to the customers’ pleasure after they are packaged with care.