Wednesday, November 28, 2012
If it comes from my home town (London) it's gotta be good. What flavour of Cockney Cake do you like best?
What's Your Favourite?
How about Cherry Madeira? Or Banana Flavoured Cream Cake (oooh!), or Farmhouse Cake (really moist and sweet). Or Ginger, Coconut & Cherry or Angel Cake?
They Must Have Wings
They are fresh and specially imported from London, England for Blighty's - and flying out the door already at just $3.99 each. Go on, treat yourself (even if you aren't a Cockney).
Saturday, November 24, 2012
"Totally British" is Canada's own British celebrity, television, music, lifestyle, fashion, UK entertainment and recipe magazine.
Totally British is produced by the publishers of the very popular "British Canadian" newspaper and is on newsstands everywhere for the very modest price of $4.99.
Let's get behind this new magazine and give it the support it deserves! Buy your copy on your next trip to Blighty's, or order it online for shipping direct to your home.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
When I was a young schoolboy in London, I remember waiting for the big, red, #12 double decker bus to take me to school. Just down the road from the bus stop was a Lyons coffee house and every morning the delicious aroma of roasting coffee would waft down the street towards me.
That was in the good old days when coffee shops would roast their own coffee on the premises. The aroma did the selling. Why advertise? Just roast some beans and watch the crowds pack in to the shop.
The Lyons Legend
The legendary Lyons brand name goes all the way back to 1887 and all but disappeared by 1978 when it was acquired by a big brewery. Lyons brand coffee is now produced by United Coffee Company of Dartford in Kent, England.
Try it and Compare
Blighty's brought in a special shipment of Lyons British coffee this week. Why not try a pack and compare the flavour and aroma to your usual brand? A 150g vacuum sealed pack is just $3.99 while stocks last.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Krakatoa Foam is a fizzy fun drink the kids will love. Pop a teaspoonful in a glass, fill with water, stir it up and watch it erupt!
Tingly-Noses, Burps, Giggles and Laughs!
Available in four fun flavours: Strawberry, Raspberry, Lemon/Lime and Orange. These tiny-but-mighty tins make 25 big glasses of tingly-noses, burps, giggles and laughs for a cost of less than 20 cents a glass.
Perfect for birthdays, sleepovers, Christmas parties and for a treat whenever the kids or grandkids have been good. Available now at Blighty's.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Quality Street candies are made all over the world. The name is the same but the contents of the tin are made to local standards.
You're Gonna Flip
Tins of Quality Street appear in the big box stores around Christmas every year at very tempting prices, but are they the real thing? Flip the tin over and look at the information printed on the bottom.
75 Years and Counting
What does it say? Some will say "imported" - but from where? The real thing is made in Halifax, Yorkshire, England - and has been since 1936.
Save Over Eight Bucks!
Want to take a chance on imitations made elsewhere? You may even save a buck or two. Or you can come to Blighty's and pick up the genuine item for just $19.95 for a big 820g tin. The same item sells for $27.99 elsewhere.
But hurry. Our stock was special ordered for Christmas and we cannot re-stock. When they are all gone you will still be able to buy the imitation Quality Street made in goodness-knows-where, but you'll have to wait 'til next Chrimbo for the real British stuff.