This item has a best before of 30th September 2021.
Put the kettle on and get ready to start dunking with these delicious hand-baked biscuits from the award-winning Island Bakery.
Forget your average ginger biscuit as there’s absolutely nothing average about these. A hearty jewel of moist stem ginger sits in the middle of the subtly spiced ginger biscuit. This is then half dipped into thick dark chocolate. The spicy warmth of the ginger and the sweetness of the rich chocolate create a tantalising taste sensation that’s a real teatime indulgence.
These luxury chocolate ginger biscuits are made with the best quality organic ingredients, all grown to soil association standards. And they contain no artificial preservatives, flavours or colours, delivering a biscuit that’s big on flavour and low on anything artificial.
We think these biscuits make a perfect pairing with a relaxing cup of Ahmad Tea. Serve at afternoon tea and enjoy dunking into a classic black tea like Earl Grey - the citrus notes of the Earl Grey’s bergamot works brilliantly with the ginger. Or how about cooling the fiery ginger with some mint? Our Peppermint & Lemon Herbal Tea makes a great choice for evening snacking – and its caffeine-free so won’t keep you up all night.
The Island Bakery specialises in handmade organic biscuits and is based on the picturesque Isle of Mull. This Scottish island is known for its unspoilt landscapes, and as such the bakery uses ovens powered by local renewable energy.
This item has a best before date of 18th March 2021.
Allergy Advice: Suitable for vegetarians. May contain NUTS and PEANUTS. For allergens, see ingredients in BOLD CAPITALS,
Each and every morning, my favourite cup of tea would be English Breakfast. It’s strong, it’s coloury, it’s got a wonderful nutty flavour that I really do enjoy, and it takes the milk well.William Manning, Senior Tea Taster
In the UK Head Office we taste over 500 cups of tea every day, to search for the best quality teas available from around the world.Dominic Marriot, Tea Taster
Later on in the afternoon I might try something like a Darjeeling that has the muscatel flavour, or maybe even a high-grown Ceylon, but definitely my favourite brew, and the one that I drink the most of, is English Breakfast.William Manning , Senior Tea Taster