Bermuda butteries – The cute little ‘outhouses’ with pointed roofs, not far from main houses, normally painted the same colourful shade, were originally designed to keep perishable food cool. To do this, the food was raised five or six feet above the ground, often on shelves. The sharp and pointed design of the roof worked in a convective fashion to force heat upward and away from the food. While butteries today have a myriad of uses, one thing is for sure – they remain a classic staple of the island and are unmistakably Bermudian.
Colours are Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink
Biscuits are each approximately 1.2.5″ wide and 1.5″high