A sweet moist loaf, full of fruit and flavour, delicious simply sliced and buttered with a cup of tea, toasted, or enjoyed as a hot dessert.

Bara brith derived its name from the Welsh language, "bara" meaning bread and "brith" translating as speckled. It is claimed to have been invented by a Welsh chef who added dried fruit and spices to a bread dough, creating the first version of the traditional Welsh tea loaf.