106 Years Old But Fresh Fruitcake Discovered in Antarctica

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106 Years Old But Fresh Fruitcake Discovered in Antarctica

The New Zealand specialist team was busy researching a research campaign in Antarctica’s far-off location, “Cap Audi ere”, that he discovered this Hutt. 106 Years Old But Fresh Fruitcake Discovered in AntarcticaDuring their investigation, this cake found was found on a shelf there, which estimated here in 1911. Further research found that in the early twentieth century, this Hutt could have been in use for a British period, and his colleagues, Robert Falcon Scott, and perhaps this cake brought by them.

It looks so fresh on seeing and touching the cake but no one has ever tasted it, because of ancient laws, any ancient (but worthy) thing that meets Antarctica or Arctic cannot be eaten and tasted.

106 Years Old But Fresh Fruitcake Discovered in AntarcticaEverybody knows that foods in severe cold environments remain longer at a normal temperature, but it has not yet been detected that how this cake kept in such this state for 106 years. So far it has same softness, moisture, and fragrance as fresh.

Currently, New Zealand specialists have taken this cake to their own country in special arrangements, but they say that this cake is a “cultural heritage” of Antarctica, so that the after research fruit cake will be delivered back to it safely. From where it was picked up.

106 Years Old But Fresh Fruitcake Discovered in Antarctica

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