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We pride ourselves on the quality of our confectionery which is still made to the original recipes dating to the 19 century (boiled in copper pans, the way sweets should be made) we have an unsurpassed knowledge of sweets and chocolates, gained from nearly two centuries of trading experience. Importantly we still retain the traditional business values of yesteryear which are today often lost.

We only source the finest products whether that is a black jacks, a pear drop (guaranteed to taste like a proper pear drop!

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