What makes english toffee english? As opposed to regular toffee?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Toffee is a hard candy made mainly with sugar and butter. In America, the term "English toffee" is generally used for toffee prepared with a coating of chocolate and almonds.
- psychorabbit15Lv 51 decade ago
Noone may have told you this, but:
English Toffee actually tastes better while wearing beefeater garb:
While staring at buckingham palace, or at least a picture of buckingham palace, while listening to the royal song. The combination actually makes it taste better.
(OR... it was just invented in england, and is different from the toffee that originated elsewhere.)
- 1 decade ago
hahahha:) good question. but like, i dont drink coffee, i think it stunts your growth: )