Pasteli is a honey and sesame sweets. It is a traditional Mediterranean sweet made mainly by sesame and honey. Ist first origin was not exactly known, but undoubtedly comes from the Mediterranean Basin. It has a wonderful taste and is ideal for all ages. Pasteli is the ideal solution for moments when you feel like something sweet. Because of the mixture of sesame and honey, Pasteli is considered as one of the most nutritive delicacies, full of useful vitamins for the human organism. For that reason especially in Greece, it is very popular among children and adults. The superiority of the Greek Pasteli, comes from the indisputable superiority of its ingredients. It is well known that Greek sesame and honey are the best in the world.
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