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Handmade organic sweets

Added on March 26th, 2012
Found in Gluten free, Organic

Trying to find organic treats can be a problem, especially now that the Duchy Original range is not widely available outside of the supermarkets. However, help is at hand! We are now stocking the Roots & Wings range of organic handmade sweets.

We have a selection available for mail order, including :

  • Barley sugars- Roots & Wings handcraft their barley sugar using the finest organic cane sugar, British organic butter from a traditional herd of Shorthorns and organic lemon oil. Good for long journeys, these sweets are refreshingly soothing.
  • Creamy fudge – this wonderfully creamy fudge is handmade, using organic cane sugar and British organic cream and butter from a traditional Shorthorn herd. It’s cooked by hand in open copper pans and makes a delicious treat.
  • Toffees – temptingly rich, creamy toffees are handmade using organic cane sugar, cream and butter. As with the fudge, the toffees are cooked by hand in open copper pans.
  • Mint humbugs – these classic, gently warming sweets are handmade using the finest organic ingredients.
  • Sherbert lemons – a real taste of childhood! Roots & Wings’ sherbet lemons are handcrafted, using organic ingredients.

These good old-fashioned sweets have also been beautifully packaged, making a lovely gift.

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