Owners and Toffee Artists
You might just call them “toffee artists”. Janet Payne and her British husband, Graham, personally craft each batch of Andrews Toffee from scratch. If you’ve ever tried to make toffee, you’ll know that it is not as simple as just following a recipe; there’s an art to doing it just right.
By combining her family recipe with his critical and refined sense for what true English toffee should taste like, Janet and Graham hand-make the kind of toffee that creates memories. The flavor and texture is unforgettable. “Andrews Toffee” targets two depths of satisfaction. The first: You feel the initial, “Mmmm.” And the second, deeper level: You process the full, buttery, chocolaty, crunchy “Wow!” that turns every bite into an experience.
Janet Payne first learned the art of making toffee when she was little and standing in the kitchen of her grandmother, Neola Andrews. Today, she recalls many happy memories of stirring pots of melted butter and chocolate as her grandmother, mother (Verlyn), and two aunts (Sherrill and Sandy) made toffee for friends and family. She also never forgot how genuinely excited and grateful people seemed when they received the toffee as a gift.
Janet wanted to continue that Andrews tradition of making delicious treats that have the power to instantly light up faces. So, she taught her husband, Graham, the craft and they began to make toffee together for their friends.
Janet and Graham turned Andrews Toffee into their business to share with you the thing that they do best, and better than anyone else. Using the family recipe and only the finest ingredients, they create a candy that delivers a rich toffee experience and, even more importantly, a smile that’s sweet and full with satisfaction.