Traditional English toffee has been around since the 1800s. Not often can Cartwright & Butler be so specific about such things, but during their research of recipes they discovered the word, toffee, first appeared in the English Oxford Dictionary in 1825. Back then it was made with loads and loads of butter and sugar, and not much else. So that’s where they started!
Sugar, glucose syrup, sweetened condensed milk, coconut oil, butter (milk) (6%), sea salt (1%), salt, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin.
classic toffee tin
cartwright & butler