Irish Tea Brack Cake


The word brack, in Irish “breac”, means speckled and refers to the fruit used in the dough. A very popular standby in most Irish homes. This particular recipe is a cake rather than bread in which the fruit has been soaked in Irish tea and Irish Whiskey overnight. Delicious!

This is a fresh item, not frozen.

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Sultanas and raisins (may contain sulphites) Brown Sugar, Tea, Whiskey (may contain sulphites), Self Raising flour (wheat) eggs.

For allergens see ingredients in BOLD.