"Here you will discover what is said to be 'the best fruitcake that exists!' "
PHILIPPE MOLLÉ, Le Montréal Gourmand
"For the lucky recipients of these artisanal treasures, it’s going to be a good Christmas."
Amie Watson, Special to National Post
* From a friend:
"Hello! First of all, thank you very much for inviting me yesterday.
I enjoyed myself and seeing you in such fine form. Also, the brunch was so
delicious that when supper time rolled around, I didn't have much of
However, I was not able to keep from tasting your generous gift -cake.
OH! What a delightful treat I must say. Sooooooooo rich and chock- full
of nuts without being too sweet. It's worlds' apart from the store bought fruitcakes
we find these days..
Once again Danny, thank you and I hope to see you both soon!"
Love Aunt Suzanne xx
"I think fruitcakes evoke a very emotional reaction in people. There is always a story to be told when you talk about fruitcake with anyone.
Jane, GS Customer Service
I’m originally from Scotland – and I remember my grandmother used to make plum & fig fruitcake at Christmas every year. She would ‘hide’ a silver coin in the fruitcake and I remember I was so excited to be served a piece at Christmas…. Always hoping to be the lucky one!
I have no memory if I even liked her fruitcake – but when I think of ‘fruitcake’ I think of my nana.