Welsh foods and drinks you just have to try

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Pwdin Eva - Pwdin Eva, or Eve's Pudding, is a traditional Welsh cake. A layer of stewed apple is topped with a light, fluffy almond sponge cake. 

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Welsh butter - Welsh cream is churned and traditionally hand-salted to create a smooth-tasting butter. Spread on top of toast or incorporate into your cooking.

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Cawl cennin - Cawl cennin is a traditional soup made from Welsh leeks and potatoes that are simmered in a seasoned stock and then puréed.

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Caerphilly cheese - Caerphilly cheese is a hard, crumbly white cheese that originated in the area around the Welsh town of Caerphilly.

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Aberffraw biscuits - Aberffraw biscuits are Welsh shortbread made with flour, butter, and sugar, and pressed into a scallop shell. 

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Anglesey eggs - Anglesey eggs, or Ŵyau Ynys Môn, is a classic Welsh recipe made of mashed potatoes, steamed leeks, boiled eggs, and a cheese sauce. 

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Welsh whisky - Penderyn Distillery, founded in 2000, is the home of Welsh whisky and produces award-winning single malt whiskies.

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Welsh Black beef - Welsh Black is Wales' only native breed of cattle. The beef can be served a number of ways, but it is typically roasted and served with vegetables.

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Glamorgan sausages - Glamorgan sausages are a traditional Welsh vegetarian sausage made with Caerphilly cheese, leeks, and coated in breadcrumbs.

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Cawl - Dating back to the 14th century, cawl is a staple of Welsh cuisine. The dish is a hearty stew made of meat and vegetables. 

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Cyflath - Cyflath, or toffee, was traditionally made in households across Wales, normally between Christmas and New Year, and occasionally Bonfire Night.

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