Opening the tin and uncovering the four layers was rather exciting (for someone who is easily excited and loves treats). Under each layer were different coloured biscuits and designs. Each with a theme. This fab little video shows just what I saw when opening my own tin. It's taken from the Biscuiteers website.
The biscuits are quite sweet but very delicious and very moreish! Vanilla flavoured. They looked far too pretty to eat! I've enjoyed mine with a cup of tea of an afternoon, whilst trying to grab five minutes of quiet time. No mean feat in this house! Hubby and the monkeys have tasted them too and also given them the thumbs up.
Here are the ingredients from the website.
Biscuit: flour, butter, sugar, golden syrup, pasteurised egg, the best cocoa powder, vanilla pods or all spice.
Icing: icing sugar, water, meriwhite meringue powder, food colours*.
Crunchy sugar: confectioner’s glaze, carnuba wax, food colours*.
Allergy advice: contains wheat gluten, eggs and milk. Our biscuits are made in kitchens in which we also prepare lots of delicious things that include nuts and sesame seeds.
Suitable for vegetarians
How long do they last?
Our biscuits are baked daily and they will stay fresh for three months if unopened.
Not that you wouldn't open them within 3 months!
Next day delivery is available if ordered by 1pm and Biscuiteers deliver world wide.
I'm delightfully impressed with my lovely gift from Biscuiteers and would recommend their biscuit gifts. They would make a gorgeous thank you gift for any Mum this Mother's Day. Mmm, I wonder if I'll get some more this Mother's Day!
Biscuiteers offer so much more too. Chocolates, cake and gifts for all, including him.
I was kindly sent this gift from biscuteers for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.