English Charcoal Square Crackers
About this item
Charcoal crackers were first made in England in the mid-19th century as an aid to digestion. Today we serve them with cheese because they look stylish and taste good.
Produced in Bath, England, Fine English Charcoal Squares are part of a range of quintessentially English 'biscuits' to accompany English cheeses. They are lovely and buttery, with a crumbly texture and delicate flavour that makes them a natural and gentle partner for any cheese, not just English.