Sunday, 27 March 2016
World’s oldest hot cross bun
The world’s oldest hot cross bun - which was baked 207 years ago - resides with a retired couple in Essex.
Andrew Munson and his wife Dot were given the 207-year-old bun by an old neighbour.
A note with the historic bun says that it was baked on Good Friday 1807 in Colchester, Essex.
Local historian Andrew Phillips has discovered a direct link which supports the claims on the bun’s note, which makes it the oldest hot cross bun in the world.
Mr Munson, 75, said: “I think it's a miracle it never went mouldy or fell apart in all these years.
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