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Bakery investigated after selling Buckfast cronuts

What would the monks of Buckfast Abbey have to say about all this?

A BAKERY IN Scotland has been investigated by licensing authorities after launching their version of the cronut, flavoured with Buckfast.

According to Heraldscotland.com, alcohol awareness groups were up in arms when they heard about the pastries which contained cream flavoured with the tonic from Buckfast Abbey.

buckfast Source: Facebook

The Patthead Bakery, based in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, have stopped selling the cronuts as a result.

patthead Source: Facebook

Reports indicated that the bakery was being investigated, however their Twitter account says that authorities have since visited and failed to find any issue.

investigation Source: Twitter

Bit of a storm in a teacup, but not a bad bit of publicity for them, eh?

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