Walker’s Nonsuch is one of England’s finest and oldest makers of traditional toffee. Based in the heart of the Potteries, in Longton, Stoke on Trent, the company traces its roots back to late 19th Century when Edward Joseph Walker, a former potter, opened a sweet shop with his sister Florence. His handmade toffee was an instant success, and this success has continued to this very day as a family owned and operated establishment. The name Nonsuch was taken from Henry VIII's legendary Nonsuch Palace, crowned the "palace of all palaces" for its exquisite splendor... there was "nonesuch" like it.
- Makers of traditional English toffee for over 100 years
- Collectable tin
- Old world style churn filled with Walker's Creamy Toffees
- English toffee candy in a decorative churn shaped tin
Unit Price = $0.50/piece.
Gift tin contains 8.81 ounces of Walker's Nonsuch English Creamy Toffees Candy... that's about 30 pieces.
Made in the United Kingdom.
Shipping Weight ~ 1 lb.