Highland Toffee Bar

Traditional Highland Toffee Bars

(softer eating toffee)

  • Vegetarian
  • Gelatine Free
  • Gluten Free
  • No artificial colours

£1.00 for 10 bars

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When you think of Scotland, what comes to mind? Rolling hills covered in heather? Wonderfully strange musical instruments? Mythical monsters living in the lochs? 

Well for toffee lovers, surely it has to be the delicious tradition that is Highland Toffee! 

This scrumptious product has that delectable traditional, buttery, creamy taste but is soft enough not to pull out those fillings! Branded with Scotland’s answer to Dennis the Menace, Oor Wullie, a smooth, soft Highland Toffee bar couldn’t be anymore Scottish if it tried! 



Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Skimmed MILK Powder, Vegetable Oil, Starch, Emulsifier: SOYA Lecithin. Allergens: MILK, SOYA

This item contains the following per 100g:

Energy (kj): 1700
Energy (kcal): 404
Fat (g): 4.0
Saturated Fat (g): 1.9
Carbohydrate (g): 89.2
of which Sugars (g): 62.3
Protein (g): 1.8
Salt (g): 0.32

Are Traditional Highland Toffee Bars Vegetarian

Yes, there's no gelatine or any other non-vegetarian ingredient in this sweet.

Are Traditional Highland Toffee Bars Vegan

No, this sweet is not Vegan.

Are Traditional Highland Toffee Bars Gluten Free

Yes, there are no ingredients containing gluten in this sweet - it is Coeliac or Celiac friendly.
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Who is Oor Wullie?
Translated roughly to “Our William” – still struggling, think Mancunian “Our Kid” – Oor Wullie is the subject of his own comic strip beloved by Scots. 

Originating in 1937 in the Sunday Post newspaper, this comic strip follows the misadventures of young Wullie, usually involving “get rich quick” schemes much to the despair of his “Ma” and “Pa” and local policeman/nemesis “PC Murdoch”. 

So beloved is this character that to mark his 80th anniversary in 2016, 55 5ft sculptures were placed around Dundee and nicknamed “The Bucket Trail” – much akin to the Gromit Unleashed project in and around Bristol, it was so popular that The BIG Bucket trail launched in 2019 with each of the statues was auctioned off for charity. 

Oor Wullie is often depicted sitting on a bucket (hence The Bucket Trail), with his trademark spiky hair and dungarees. Here on Oor Wullie’s Highland Toffee, however, he is seen (as is usual) in a scrape atop a Highland Cow, surely a link to where Highland Toffee gets its name and a nod to what makes this toffee chew bar unique!

Braw meaning?

Look closely on the packet of our Highland Toffee bar and you’ll see the phrase ‘braw chew bar’. Braw is a Scottish term for fine, pleasant, or excellent, apt for a toffee chew bar of this quality and we agree!

Highland toffee is a flavoursome, buttery, chewy toffee – there’s no need for a toffee hammer here! With so many toffee options available from treacle toffee slabs to creamy English toffee, a Highland Toffee bar is unique and different from other toffees. Whilst everyone has their favourite go-to toffee for that long car journey or a special treat, we love Highland Toffee

Highland Toffee
Whether you spent your pocket money on these classic Highland Toffee bars, grew up in Scotland, or simply fancy that true Scottish toffee flavour, this delightfully retro sweet will have you yearning for your youth with its deliciously chewy nature. 

Whether you have Scottish ties or not, this is a sweet for all ages, an absolute must-have for any fan of toffee sweets!