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The oldest biscuit in Britain? and From North Wales? well, It’s called the Aberffraw biscuit (sometimes Aberffraw cake or Teisen Berffro) and is said to originate from 13th Century Anglesey and also appeared in the famous Cassell’s Dictionary of Cookery in 1892.
It’s a scallop shell shortbread and legend has it that a Welsh king was holding court in Aberffraw – his wife was walking on the beach there and, spotting a pretty scallop shell, asked for a cake to be baked in the same form. And so the Aberffraw biscuit was born.
Traditional Aberffraw Biscuits – 250g tin
The Traditional Aberffraw Biscuit is made with just good quality butter, flour and sugar – making for a rich, buttery shortbread.
The Traditional Aberffraw Biscuits won a Great Taste Award in 2015!
The tins of biscuits come with 6 months' shelf life.