Scone is one of the more traditional British baked goods that have been enjoyed for hundreds of years. The small round treat is often enjoyed with tea and with fruit such as strawberries and cream making it a symbol of yesteryear for many upper class generations. The scone, made from oatmeal or wheat and often mixed with fruit such as currants or sultanas are simple yet enjoyable despite their dry texture. It is said they originated from Scotland and have seen mentions of such a baked good in the Netherlands also, there is no mistaking that the scone, however you pronounce it is a beloved British treat.

Scone fishing flavours are dry yet full of savoury style notes of wheat and oatmeal and can be combined with other flavours to create a dessert masterpiece of fishing bait. The flavour can be strong and yet light with the added flavours really shining through on a savoury style base. The scone aroma is light and yet full of notes of wheat and other natural baked scents and can have little sweet notes, amplified when mixed with other sweet style flavours. Scone flavoured fishing concentrates are great for making fishing bait such as boilies, pop ups, groundbait additives or as part of a spod mix. If you want a great base baked flavour for your next fishing trip with plenty of experimentation on sweet profiles to use then scone would make a fine addition.