As a nation of biscuit lovers, you’re guaranteed to put a smile on someone’s face with a sweet delivery from Biscuiteers. I’ve been sending these boxes of beautifully decorated boxes to friends and family since I visited Biscuiteers Icing Café nearly four years ago now. The biscuit tins are just as beautiful on the outside as the sweet treats inside. Each biscuit is hand decorated by icing artists and they look (almost) too good to eat!
Biscuiteers kindly send me a box from their Christmas biscuit range to review. I love receiving these biscuit tins as much as I do sending this sweet delivery from Biscuiteers! There’s just something about opening up a box and admiring each individually hand-iced biscuit. They’re so special you just can’t help stopping whatever you’re doing to make a cuppa and cherish each nibble. These biscuits have a delicate festive all-spice flavour and perfect crunchy-to-chewy ratio.
I’m not sure if it’s the adorable designs or the childhood nostalgia, but there’s something about these sweet biscuit delivery that bring out your inner-child. Perhaps it’s because biscuits are one of the most popular comfort foods in the UK… ah you can’t beat a cuppa and a biccie ; )
I tested one and carefully wrapped the rest back into the tin to save for Christmas Day. They’re too special to have by myself – however tempting! And I know that my family will love sharing these treats. How cute are these little mittens and winter hat?
This biscuit tin is filled with designs inspired by crisp winter days (and we’ve had a few of those recently!) and cosy Hygge evenings. I can’t wait to pile these high with some mince pies and a pot of tea whilst the kids are distracted by their new toys… that’s the plan anyway!
You can order up until the 21st of December to make the next day delivery post so there’s still some time to get your gift order in – take a look at Biscuiteers Christmas range here.