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Treacle Toffee

(4 customer reviews)


Treacle Toffee. Rich, buttery and deliciously dark – our treacle toffee has just a hint of bitterness to perfectly offset the decadent creamy flavour and chewy texture.

Hand-made in brass pans, cooled overnight, broken by toffee hammers, hand- wrapped and packaged within a few days to ensure you can experience our toffee at its finest.

‘Sublime and nothing else even comes close. Melt-in-the-mouth deliciousness.’ – Lottie, customer.

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    All our products are made freshly each day and have a 12 weeks best before date - If you can resist that long!

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Ingredients: Sugar, Molasses, Butter (Milk, Salt,) Treacle (Cane Molasses, (Sulphites)) 10%,  Malt Vinegar (Barley Malt Vinegar, Barley Malt Extract 5% acidity),Milk. (Allergens in Bold)

Produced In An Environment That Also Handles Nuts, Milk, Eggs & Wheat Flour

4 reviews for Treacle Toffee

  1. Joanne graham

    Bought in the gingerbread shop in Grasmere. Best treacle toffee ever.

  2. Ruthie

    I was gifted some of your tracle toffee many years ago and it is absolutely gorgeous. Full of happy childhood memories! It is as close as I have ever found to my Grandmother’s toffee that she always made on bonfire night. It is by a million miles the best toffee in the world.

  3. Craig Price

    Bought some in Cranston Foodhall, Penrith. Beautiful stuff that has left me craving more! Sooo blooming good

  4. Pam (verified owner)

    I buy the treacle toffee for my friend Elaine who swears it is the best ever, and she does not share it with anyone, not even me!

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