Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Hope and Greenwood : A world of sweet treats

As a nation with a sweet tooth we can't get enough of delightfully sweet confectionery, whether it's retro favourites from our childhood, or sweets with a cheeky grown up touch. Hope and Greenwood certainly have got nostalgic sweets 'spot on' with an abundance of confectionery treats which stay true to classic recipes but with a gorgeous grown up make over.

A delightful abundance of nostalgic finds await you when you visit their Covent Garden shop, shelves packed with jars of favourites from Rhubarb and Custard to bon bon's, even as an adult who should know better you really can't resist the lure of a jar of lemon bon bon's.

A treasure trove of sweet delights that certainly make you feel nostalgic, when was the last time you had a flying saucer or chocolate mouse? You can tender to your sweet tooth with their ranges of pick and mix and jars of delightful retro sweets.

Of course it's not just sweet nostalgia that Hope and Greenwood do well, they also have their own range of delightfully grown up sweet treats with a touch of glamour. With a range of grown up classics including gorgeous caramelised scorched almond nibbles, birthday cake boiled sweets and magnificent strawberry jellies.

To extravagant treats from bars of apple pie chocolate and delicious turkish delight.

Certainly creative when it comes to sweet concoctions as their afternoon tea boiled sweets show, a bag of tasty cake inspired boiled sweets suitable for an afternoon tea, have you ever craved a cherry bakewell sweet? Theirs simply has to be tasted.

You'll simply be spoilt for choice when you view their selection of tasty treats which go beyond mere nostalgia to create a gorgeous range of inventive sweets.

You can find their Covent Garden store at Russell Street, alongside a store at North Cross Road. If you can't make it to either of their London stores fret not you can shop a wide range of their tasty treats online at

Images: Hope and Greenwood

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