The inspiration for this delicious blend is taken from craggy formations of Chrome and Parkhouse Hills located near the Staffordshire borders.
In 1997, it was discovered that a double sunset could be seen against Chrome Hill from the southern flank of Parkhouse Hill. Two years later, a similar event was viewed from nearby Glutton Bridge, on the upper valley of the River Dove, which is more easily accessible. The phenomenon is visible from Glutton Bridge in good weather for a short period around the summer solstice, when the sun sets just to the southwest of the summit of Chrome Hill, begins to re-emerge almost immediately afterwards from its steep northeastern slope before fully reappearing and later sets for a second and final time at the foot of the hill. The precise event and its location are described in Jeff Kent’s book The Mysterious Double Sunset.