Iron Brew Creams by Ross's *

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Ross's Iron Brew Creams   Classic Sweets

This is a lovely Scottish sweet from a great Scottish brand.

They are orange in colour and round in shape. A brilliant soft rock.

They have a strong iron brew flavour and when you bite them they crumble in your mouth.

I would say its like Edinburgh Rock with a tangy fresh taste.

We also do Champagne, Blueberry and Ginger creams in this range.

A nice little sweet that would be great for weddings,after dinner and a lovely gift.


sugar, cream of tartar, flavour, citric acid, colour E11C.


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  • 4
    irn bru creams

    Posted by bob on 4th Jul 2022

    I agree they are good but they don't look very orange.

  • 4
    Recent purchases

    Posted by Martin Comens on 29th Jun 2021

    I'm not going to answer for every product bought ; that's a bit over the top for me, but as someone with a sweet tooth, I thoroughly enjoyed all the merchandise, much better than conventional sweets you buy in the South of England.

    I will reorder in due course

  • 5
    Love These

    Posted by Laura on 16th Feb 2021

    I've been looking for these sweets for ages! I used to get them when I went to Scotland from the local sweetshop.

  • 5
    Iron Brew Creams

    Posted by Kaz Middleton on 10th Feb 2020

    My favourites!

  • 5
    Iron brew creams

    Posted by Sarah Thomson on 4th Jul 2018

    Cannot stop eating them thank you

  • 5
    My husband says these are better than *ex!

    Posted by Macx on 16th Dec 2016

    My husband can't get enough of these, he says they're better than *ex ! He eats 3 at a time, and is planning to try 5!

  • 5
    Love the flavour!

    Posted by Lynne on 29th Sep 2013

    I love anything iron bru flavour and these are like rock, but then also creamy. Different type of flavour to say the fizzy irn bru sweets. Worth a try if you like different things!

  • 5
    Iron Brew in a different way

    Posted by Susan Adam facebook sweetie taster on 19th Sep 2013

    Lovely iron brew flavour, sook them and they melt or crunch them which ever way you eat them, they are yummy!