Biscuits, yummy, crumbly iced to perfection biscuits, no one does biscuits as perfectly as Biscuiteers, I've long been a fan so when they offered to send me a tin in exchange for a little blog review, I couldn't really refuse, after all, you can't have a bad day when you start it with the postman delivering the prettiest biscuits you've ever seen.
The thing about Biscuiteers biscuits is they're definitely not an every day biscuit, they're an indulgent, delicious mini piece of art you can eat with a tin you can reuse and fill with treasures and memories. Biscuiteers biscuits are an experience, a gift, a pleasure for all of the senses, to receive them is to feel truly special.
I've previously bought cards from Biscuiteers for all kinds of occasions, I love the fact that you can send not just a card through the post but a card with a biscuit attached and not just any biscuit, the attention to detail is amazing, yes you might think I sound over enthused about these tasty treats but you have to see them and hold them and eat them to truly understand the beauty of them.
The Biscuiteers beside the seaside tin is full of pretty seaside themed biscuits, from tiny deckchairs to bite sized flip flops, a crumbly rich chocolate biscuit topped with crisp, smooth layers of shiny icing in bright coastal shades, every biscuit brings back memories of happy summers of childhood trips to seaside towns when life was easier, quieter and simpler. The tin costs £39.50 but offers a present so memorable you'll be loved forever. This year, for future gifting maybe I'll send a tin of Biscuiteers instead of sending a bunch of flowers, equivalent value but you can eat them and keep the pretty tin forever!