Pathhead Bakery was targeted after launching "cronuts" flavoured with the controversial tonic wine.
The treats, a cross between a croissant and a doughnut, were made with a drizzle of Buckfast added to the filling. But the company in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, has now axed the product as alcohol awareness groups condemned the underlying message.
Bakery director George McLatchie said the issue had been exaggerated and was "catastrophic" to the business. Mr McLatchie said: "In total, we sold 30 cronuts after sending out 10 to each of our three shops. This has absolutely been blown out of proportion and now we have the licensing committee coming to question us about it. There was a small drizzle of Buckfast added to two litres of whipped cream. "
Dr Evelyn Gillan, chief executive of Alcohol Focus Scotland, described the cakes as a "cheap gimmick".
A spokeswoman for East Ayrshire Council said the matter was being investigated.