Nuttall's famous Mintoes. "A delicious combination of sugar, treacle and butter" as it said on the tin in the 1930s.
Originally made in Doncaster by William Nuttall's Limited. Later the company was taken over by Callard and Bowser who continued to sell the sweets under the Nuttall's name. William Nuttall was a noted philanthropist and gave away large sums to help the people of Doncaster.
Nuttall's Mintoes are sadly no longer available.
But why not try Barnett's delicious Dairy Mintoes? Click here for more information.
An absolute classic for all lovers of British liqorice. Hard sticks of shiny black liquorice, shaped like an oar with the word "Bassetti" imprinted on the flat bit. Perfectly designed for dipping into a bag of Sherbet (or Kali if you're from north of Watford or even Keli if you're north of the border!)
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