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The Library of Fragrance
Sticky Toffee Pudding 30ml

£15.00

The Library of Fragrance Sticky Toffee Pudding 30ml

The Library of Fragrance
Sticky Toffee Pudding 30ml

£15.00 (P&P Royal Mail 1st Class from £2.81… more info)

Our most favourite British desert’s origins are still a little bit of a mystery. However, according to the gastronomic journal, Saveur, Francis Coulson developed and served this dessert at his Sharrow Bay Country House Hotel in the Lake District in 1960. It has been stated by Coulson’s former protégé and chef, Juan Martin, that Coulson hinted that the original concept for the dessert was derived from a farm wife in Lancashire…

However, it is also said that the Landlady of The Gait Inn, Millington, invented sticky toffee pudding in 1907, which was served as a dish in the pub – much to everyone’s delight. Although, The Udny Arms Hotel in Newburgh, Aberdeenshire, also claims that it had been serving sticky toffee pudding for years before The Gait Inn and even today, if you ask almost anyone from the surrounding area, they will cite the hotel as the birthplace of the dish.

Regardless of who it was that dreamt up this treat of a dish, comprising moist sponge cake, chopped dates and toffee sauce, we are very glad that they did. Our Sticky Toffee Pudding is just as you would expect, smelling so sweet and rich that you’ll swear it smells ‘sticky’.

Confused about the difference between cologne and perfume, parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and/or aftershave? These different names simply refer to the concentration of fragrance oil within the bottle. All our fragrances are colognes, which means that they contain between 2-8% of fragrance oil. All of our products are unisex; we don’t believe that fragrance has a gender.

Our most favourite British desert’s origins are still a little bit of a mystery. However, according to the gastronomic journal, Saveur, Francis Coulson developed and served this dessert at his Sharrow Bay Country House Hotel in the Lake District in 1960. It has been stated by Coulson’s former protégé and chef, Juan Martin, that Coulson hinted that the original concept for the dessert was derived from a farm wife in Lancashire…

However, it is also said that the Landlady of The Gait Inn, Millington, invented sticky toffee pudding in 1907, which was served as a dish in the pub – much to everyone’s delight. Although, The Udny Arms Hotel in Newburgh, Aberdeenshire, also claims that it had been serving sticky toffee pudding for years before The Gait Inn and even today, if you ask almost anyone from the surrounding area, they will cite the hotel as the birthplace of the dish.

Regardless of who it was that dreamt up this treat of a dish, comprising moist sponge cake, chopped dates and toffee sauce, we are very glad that they did. Our Sticky Toffee Pudding is just as you would expect, smelling so sweet and rich that you’ll swear it smells ‘sticky’.

Confused about the difference between cologne and perfume, parfum, eau de parfum, eau de toilette and/or aftershave? These different names simply refer to the concentration of fragrance oil within the bottle. All our fragrances are colognes, which means that they contain between 2-8% of fragrance oil. All of our products are unisex; we don’t believe that fragrance has a gender.