Biscuiteers launches new summer collection

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Photo credit: Biscuiteers
Photo credit: Biscuiteers

Launched in 2007, Biscuiteers quickly became a well-known name for unique and personalised gifts and indulgent treats. Now, its biscuits are found in Selfridges Food Hall, Harrods, Fortnum & Mason, Liberty and more.

Recently, the brand launched a summer collection that perfectly epitomises the great British summertime. Ideal for gifts, but also for enjoying with loved ones when soaking up the sunshine, the collection is comprised of several large biscuit tin options, including the adorable Beside the Seaside tin, which will make you the most popular guest at any seaside picnic this summer.

Each biscuits is a work of art, intricately hand-iced at Biscuiteers London HQ, the Ministry of Biscuits, and just as fabulous under the icing - the perfect blend of snap and creamy crumble.

In addition to the Summer collection, Biscuiteers have also introduced new Summer Macarons. A British twist on the traditional French patisserie classic, the fruity flavours are inspired by British summertime, from rhubarb & custard to strawberries & cream, even gooseberry & elderflower.

One of our favourites? The Ice Lollies tin. Infused with a classic summer flavour, lemon, the Ice Lollies tin is filled with 9 light, lemony biscuits that are decorated to resemble some British ice lolly favourites.

Those who fancy themselves a bit of a creative can book into one of Biscuiteers deliciously exciting icing classes, and learn how to ice like a pro at the School of Icing, where you’ll master the skills needed to create some of our iconic biscuit designs, including line and flood icing, piping and feathering.. If you’d prefer to sit back and enjoy some champagne, have the treats prepared without doing any work with the sumptuous Great British Afternoon Tea.

Photo credit: Biscuiteers
Photo credit: Biscuiteers

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