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Diamond Jubilee Queen Cake

Diamond Jubilee Queen Cake

Diamond Jubilee Queen Cake

Diamond Jubilee Queen Cake
Diamond Jubilee Queen Cake
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Our creative Director, Steven Howard, felt inspired to get into the spirit of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee 2012. His creation took two weeks to make and weighed an impressive 30 kilos. The whole cake was decorated with fine sugar paste sculptured to represent Her Majesty.
In all honesty it was created to be a bit quirky and as a bit of a publicity stunt. It certainly did the job with a huge influx of national and international tv and editorial interest.

Our wonderful Queen has since appeared in many national newspapers, regional magazines as well as appearing with Holly and Phil on Morning TV, The Graham Norton Show and the Ideal Home Exhibition at Olympia.

 


Things to know before you buy
  • Our vanilla sponge and chocolate cakes may contain nut traces.
  • Our fruitcake and carrot cake does contain nuts.
  • All cakes contains: Cow's milk, eggs, soya, wheat and gluten
  • Not suitable for freezing

Transportation
Cakes should be placed on level non slip surface. Do not transport cakes tilting on car front or back seats. Cakes should be transported as quickly and smoothly as possible to required destination.
Storage
Do not refrigerate your cake. Store in a cool, dry place before serving. Ideally you should store your cake in the box it arrives in until required. Once cut, store in an airtight container.
Best Before
Your cake has a shelf life of one week (seven days) from the Date required which appears on your product order form.
For Best Serving Results
If you have candles and/or sparklers arrange these on the cake. Please adhere to safety instructions on sparkler packets. Please note; an adult should supervise children when using candles and sparklers and when cutting the cake. All edible and non-edible decorations should be removed before cutting and serving the cake. Cut cake with a clean sharp knife. 

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