Titan Koulourakia

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These traditional Greek cookies, are typically made for Easter but they are commonly eaten with morning coffee or afternoon tea.They are a butter-based pastry, traditionally hand-shaped, with egg glaze on top.They have a sweet delicate flavor with a hint of vanilla. Like all pastries, they are normally kept in dry conditions.

Box Size

  • The box contains approximately 25 pieces and weighs approximately 1.10 pounds.


  • This product contains dairy.


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  • 5

    Posted by Alexandros Papadopoulos on 14th Oct 2019

    The koulourakia are made with natural ingredients, and taste homemade

  • 5

    Posted by Rev. Fr. Paul Kalamaras on 6th May 2019


  • 4
    One item we do not like....fanekia

    Posted by John Samiotis on 28th Dec 2018

    Other items were great

  • 3
    Little to much orange flavor

    Posted by Terry Rotas on 10th Dec 2018

    Orange flavor not desired

  • 1

    Posted by Zannis Gazis on 16th Nov 2018

    The boxes were filled with a lot of paper and aluminum foil, the quantity was very little, I was very disappointed how few koulourakia was in each box.

  • 3
    Not the same as made in Greece

    Posted by jaynehartley@gmail.com on 19th Jul 2017

    Disappointed these cookies are not the same as the ones we had in multiple places in Greece. Maybe these have been Americanized. Much much softer texture. They do look beautiful but disappointing.

  • 5
    Best Koulourakia!!!

    Posted by kali077@aol.com on 21st Apr 2017

    Just received my two dozen koulourakia! Actually 26 pieces! Not even one broken! They taste like my mom use to make! Excellent tasting! Would definitely order again! With standard shipping, arrived pretty fast!

  • 4
    Nice Koulourakia

    Posted by Kiki on 19th Apr 2017

    These koulourakia came well packed in a box that was wrapped in protective foam so they wouldn't break and they didn't! The koulourakia were tasty and we all enjoyed them with our Easter desserts. I wish they were covered in sesame seeds like my Yiayia made but otherwise they were really good.