This looks like a perfect place for little elves to play.
The Old English Spangles tube contained traditional English flavours such as liquorice, mint humbug (sweet)s, cough candy, butterscotch and pear drops. One of the flavours was an opaque mustard yellow colour, and one was striped. The sweets' individual wrappers were striped, distinguishing them from regular Spangles. The tube was black, white and purple, and designed for a more mature and specific clientele than the regular variety.
Beatrix Potter - Bunnies in Winter Helen Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943) English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist This watercolour is at the Victoria and Albert Museum, but isn't shown online. In the past they sold it on notecards. Very similar to her older cover drawing for "The Happy Pair." This one is much more winsome and a more mature paint
The best Christmas cake recipe I have tried. It was a great success last year and I look forward to trying it again this year. I used brandy and let it mature for about 8 weeks feeding it more brandy every now and again.