Brandy Fruitcake (1 lb.)

Item #1146
Shipping Wt. 1.50 lbs.
Availability: In Stock

From the Abbey of
Our Lady of Guadalupe

Old-fashioned, dark, rich, and moist fruitcake baked by Trappist monks using the finest ingredients – dried and candied pineapple and cherries, raisins, walnuts, pecans, and eggs. Lightly sweetened with honey and soaked in 120-proof brandy and aged to delicious perfection.

Net weight 1 lb.


Brandy Fruitcake: Pineapple (corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, water, artificial flavor. 1/10 of 1% sodium benzoate, sorbic acid, sulfur dioxide), Raisins, Cherries (corn syrup, water, sugar, citric acid, preserved with less than 0.1% sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, red 40, sulfur dioxide [preservative]), Walnuts, Honey, Wheat Flour (enriched with vitamin C, ascorbic acid, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin and folic acid), Eggs, Pecans, Water, Margarine (liquid vegetable oil [soybean, canola], partially hydrogenated soybean oil, water, salt, whey [milk], lecithin [soy],mono diglycerides, sodium benzoate [as a preservative], artificial butter flavor, beta carotene, vitamin A palmitate added), Natural & Artificial Flavor, Spices, Salt, Brandy, Benzoate of Soda (added as a preservative). Contains: wheat, eggs, milk, soy, walnuts, pecans. May contain nutshell fragments. Nuts were packed in a facility that processes products that contain peanuts, walnuts, pecans.

Abbey of Our Lady of Guadalupe: Lafayette, Oregon

Our Lady of Guadalupe Abbey is a monastery of Cistercian (Trappist) monks who are devoted to a life of contemplation in a cloistered atmosphere. The Abbey began in April 1948 at Pecos, New Mexico, as a foundation established by Our Lady of the Valley Community in Rhode Island (precursor to St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts). In March 1955 the monks, not finding farming sufficiently yielding at that high altitude, sold the property to the Benedictine monks and moved to Oregon. In recent years the Community has numbered between 35 and 40 members, who range in age from their twenties to their nineties.

Trappists are committed to self-sufficiency, and strive to live solely by the work of their own hands. To this end, Our Lady of Guadalupe is home to several small industries: they harvest 900 acres of Douglas fir, operate a small bookbinding shop and a large wine warehouse serving neighboring wineries, and, since 1982, they have baked their popular Trappist Abbey Fruitcakes.

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