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Huffkins Bakery: Christmas

The return of a number of firm favourites incorporating some twists on the traditional offering
The 2014 Christmas range includes their infamous Iced Cranberry & Cointreau Fruitcake

Huffkins Bakery, the famous family run business in the Cotswolds, has announced the launch of their 2014 Christmas range. This year sees the return of a number of firm favourites incorporating some twists on the traditional offering.

Huffkins is renowned for it’s luxurious high-quality products all baked by hand and using the finest ingredients. The 2014 Christmas range includes their infamous Iced Cranberry & Cointreau Fruitcake, Luxury Mince Pies and Spiced Christmas biscuits, which all can be accompanied by a delightful cup of Christmas blend tea; the perfect combination for those cold December nights.

The recipient of two gold stars at the Great Taste Awards, the Iced Cranberry & Cointreau Fruitcake, still remains an all-time favourite and prominent necessity of this festive season. Each fruitcake is glazed, iced, carefully decorated by hand and allowed to mature for a minimum of 4 weeks. The secret recipe took over 2 years to perfect, but it was definitely worth the wait as year on year sales continue to soar.

Joshua Taee, Managing Director at Huffkins Bakery, said: “We are very excited to release this year's Christmas range, we have experimented with some new variations of our Christmas favourites, so rest assured there is something for everyone. We remain very humble and proud of our roots and traditions and feel honoured to present this to our local community. As always, we are looking forward to this upcoming festive season.”

This independent family business prides itself on having a heritage that stretches back to 1890. The Cotswolds based Bakery & Tearooms has mastered its own unique craft bakery techniques, which have been in practice for over 120 years.