Golden syrup

 Golden syrup Key facts Golden syrup was invented in 1883 by Scottish businessman Abram Lyle, who found that a by product of the refining of sugar cane at his factory in East London was a golden syrup that could be used in baking. Tate & Lyle is Britain's oldest trademark, having been registered in 1904.

A very British favourite, something that should always be available for sauces, puddings, butterscotch, sticky-toffee sauce, treacle puddings or spread thickly on home-made bread with a generous amount of butter.

 

 
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