Tipple Tails

Stand number: GF7

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Tipple Tails multi award winning contemporary fruit cakes, are made in Sheffield by craft baker Jane Stammers.

'Tip over Tipple Tails' is a Yorkshire phrase for a 'head over heels'.  It is also used to describe a person who would bend over backwards to do something.

Jane has worked hard to source all the elements of her mouth-watering  fruit cakes from as close to her home in Sheffield, South Yorkshire as possible, using really good ingredients & supporting local businesses to produce delicious moist fruit cakes, packed with fruit & nuts & infused with unusual tipples - cake which is really worth eating! 

The cakes are hand crafted with great care, big on flavour & really good to eat - just lovely, uncomplicated food.     

There are five very more-ish fruit cakes in the Tipple Tails range:

  • Award winning Ginger Tingle - packed with Stem Ginger and Walnuts with mouth tingling Jamaica Ginger Cake liqueur;
  • Award winning Cherry Orchard - bursting with Cherries and Almonds and fragrant Cherry Bakewell Tart liqueur;
  • Cinnamon Pippin - full of plump juicy Sultanas and Hazelnuts and tummy warming Cinnamon Apple Crumble liqueur.
  • Coco Bazaar - a Chocolate Fruit Cake, full of eastern flavours; Pistachios, Honey, Cardamom, Rose and exotic Turkish Delight Liqueur
  • Total Fruit Cake, developed with cyclists in mind, and designed to pop into a cycling shirt or rucksack pocket, this fruit cake slice is packed with nutritious fruit and nuts and Sheffield Tea and Honey.

Jane is passionate about taking good care of her little piece of the world & has taken lots of care with her choice of packaging materials too. Each cake is wrapped in a biodegradable cellophane bag & tied with bakers twine, made in Lancashire. The paper cake cases are made in the Peak District & the cake tin comes from a tin maker in London.

Equally delicious served with a cup of tea or coffee, and especially delicious served with a wedge of strong cheese.  Our favourites are Wensleydale (of course) and Extra Mature Cheddar!

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