The seller, a family-owned confectionery, wins high praise from buyers for consistent excellence and responsive customer service.
Back when I was interning for a certain Boston-based Iranian-American architect who shall remain nameless (but whose name rhymes with "I love Armani"), people would bring tins in sometimes and I'd always to find a way to squirrel quantities of the biggest, nuttiest pieces into my desk drawer when nobody was looking. I love brittles (especially See's peanut brittle), so of course I got addicted almost immediately. For years I was depending on friends to bring me back tins from Iran, since much like my beloved Bahmans (which I've long since quit) it's almost impossible to find them fresh in the states. I'm so excited I can buy this on Amazon for myself now instead!
Also, fun fact: cookies were invented in Perisa after sugar became widespread in the 7th century AD, and came to Europe via the Umayyad conquest of Al-Andalus (modern-day continental Spain, Portugal, Andorra, and part of Metropolitan France).
Promising review: "This family-owned business makes the best ever pistachio brittles. The quality is amazing, made in batches that smell like heaven, whose elegant smell and taste of saffron overtakes your taste buds. I bought a pack for my wife's birthday and the package was slightly late, so the owner was so generous to provide an extra box to us. I am a Persian and naturally I love this stuff, but my partner is an American loves it too; in fact, they're hooked! She said it is like nothing she had ever experienced before. Apart from the freshness and amazing taste, the boxes are gorgeous! My partner is already collecting the tins! Thank you, Mr. Parsi!" —Hooman
Get it from Amazon for $30.