Walker's English Creamy Toffees-UK
Old Fashioned British Candy
Famous Nonsuch English Creamy Toffees
Walker's English Creamy Toffees are made with the traditional English recipe using the finest ingredients to create the most delicious and creamy toffee candy. A truly wonderful British Candy!
Made in Stoke-on-Trent, England for generations
Message from the Grandchildren of the Founder of Walkers
"From a tiny sweet shop in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent during the 19th Century, our great grandfather Edward Joseph began making toffee for a handful of local customers. Using only the finest ingredients he created a unique recipe which is still used today. Toffee prepared to this recipe has made Walker's a favourite for over a hundred years. We consider it to be the best and hope you agree."
Katie, Emma and Ed
Great Grandchildren of Edward Joseph Walker
- Loved by the Queen of England
- Individually Wrapped
- Made with whole milk and butter
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Contains Milk
- May contain nut traces
- Soya free
- Gluten-free ~ EU
- Gelatine free
Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Sweetened Condensed Milk (from whole milk) 21%, Vegetable Oil (Sustainable Palm Oil), Butter 4%, Salt, Molasses, Emulsifier (E471), Flavourings.
Warnings: May contain nut traces
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I'm hooked. Can't get enough. Very fresh and tasty.
The candies were wonderful...exactly as they should be.
The time it took to actually ship them out was ridiculous.
Yes, I do understand that we are dealing with a pandemic and no I am not talking about the actual time it took Canada post to get them to me...I’m talking about fulfilment time on your end. Everyone should keep in mind the fact that ordering and shipping candy in 30+ degree weather with a super slow pandemic mode Canada Post is not a good idea.
For the rest of the summer I’ll take the 30 minute drive and pick them up if I feel the urge.
loved the toffee. I was so happy to get real English toffee
No one can make toffee like our awesome friends in the UK. These toffees are creamy and buttery, and more sweet than salty. They're also somewhat soft - you can't squish them with your fingers but they chew quite easily and definitely won't exercise your jaw muscles at all.