Berwick Cockle

(Scottish)

berwick cockles, sugar, cream, tartar flavoring, oil

The Berwick shop of William Cowe and Sons, former manufacturers of the Berwick cockle
A Berwick cockle is a Scots style sweet (candy) coloured white with red stripes originally associated with Berwick-upon-Tweed.These mints have been made since 1801. They are presumably named in reference to their cockle-like shape, the moulding process giving a flattened shape with an equatorial rib.

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Created Aug. 23, 2018 by: itisclaudio


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