For the person with the ultimate sweet tooth, there is never a limit to the types of candy you want to try. While America tends to seem like it has an unlimited supply of treats and sweets, the West Village British supermarket Myers of Keswick is introducing New Yorkers to the indulgences of England. If you have never been privy to the sweets of England this is your chance to take a bite…or perhaps a lick!
This West Village British supermarket had just got in a supply of Fox’s Biscuits – Party Rings, a traditional English cookie. This circular biscuit with its central finger-sized hole is deliciously topped with a thin layer of colored icing. Pick up a pack of cookies, complete with four or five rings in different color combinations. You may find that these cookies taste awfully similar to animal crackers, with a hard royal icing on top.
You may be interested to know that Party Rings were based off of 1980 fashion, embracing the idea of more lavish colors in biscuits. These treats are typically eaten by kids placing them on their fingers like a ring, a tradition that became very popular choice for children’s parties.
A long-lasting favorite in England, Fox’s Biscuits also makes Rich Tea Creams and Cream Crunches. These are crisp, light finger biscuits graciously filled with vanilla cream. Most importantly these treats pair perfectly with afternoon tea or as a naughty little bedtime snack.
This British grocery store is bringing in the satisfying tastes of chocolate with the new Cadbury Twirl Bites. These delightful whirly and unbelievable scrumptious treats are just the right amount of sweetness. Pick up a bag of Cadbury Crunchie Rocks as well for the perfect combination of crispy honeycomb pieces and golden cornflakes rolled around in Cadbury milk chocolate. Go ahead and make your Cadbury experiences complete with a brand new bag of Bitsa Wispa. These bite-size chocolate chunks were just introduced this year and have already become a great chocolaty success.
Branch out of your comfort zone at the West Village British supermarket Myers of Keswick and indulge in the new stock of treats.