-Tae a wee bit o' Scotland in Sweden


When I moved to Sweden from Scotland a few years ago I wanted to keep some of my childhood memories alive of the people I had left behind. The result you can enjoy today. I operate my business from my home in the countryside near Enköping, making the candy by hand, using the recipe handed down to me from my grandmother who lived in a little fishing village on the west coast of Scotland. I can still remember running home from school to taste the candy still warm from the pot!



Hope you like it too, welcome to Annie D's!

Served at the Nobel Nightcap 2010

It doesn't get more homemade than this


Tablet (taiblet in Scots) is a hard fudge that melts in your mouth. It differs from fudge in that it has a slightly grainy texture with a rich buttery flavour where fudge is much softer. Tablet is first noted in ”The Household Book of Lady Griselle Baillie” in the early 18th century. Tablet is often served after dinner with coffee at even the finest establishments in Scotland, including the Gleneagles 5 star Hotel. The original taste is vanilla but I have experimented with different flavours, which has resulted in ten different types of tablet in my assortment. When I make my tablet I use the best quality ingredients and try to maintain the legacy of my wee granny.

To really understand it you'll simply have to try it for yourself.


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