The Star Rock Shop
If you want to find out what sweet things Queen Mary and Peter Pan author JM Barrie once indulged in, then the Star Rock Shop is a must visit. Since it opened in 1833, the shop and its most famous sweetie have changed remarkably little. The tempting treat was created nearly 180 years ago by Brechin man David Ferguson as a way of making money after he lost his sight. Now, after feeding the troops in two world wars and delighting Queen Mary, the recipe is still going strong. And the shop itself is still bursting at the seams with lots of home-made goodies such as tablet, flavoured fudge, cream rock, treacle toffee and humbugs.
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