Shortbread House of Edinburgh is a small, family run bakery based in Scotland’s historic capital. Their products are genuinely made by hand using traditional methods giving the products a unique taste, texture and appearance. The result is a range that is genuinely made by hand to ensure that the taste, texture and appearance is far superior to mass produced products. This is achieved by providing our small team of skilled bakers with only the very finest ingredients.
Their range of premium products is sold in quality stores in the UK and abroad. The superiority of Shortbread House’s products has been endorsed by the company winning over 90 of the prestigious Great Taste Awards. These awards are judged by a panel of experts who undertake a blind tasting. All the products are judged purely on taste.
A meticulously crafted biscuit brings pleasure you can measure, whilst a poor substitute is surely just a waste of a good cuppa.
One of life’s little joys and, as Border Biscuitiers, their greatest obsession for over thirty years. Border Biscuits is an independently owned sweet biscuit manufacturer established in 1984 in the Scottish town of Lanark. Their Dark Chocolate Gingers are officially the best selling chocolate ginger in Britain.
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A UK favorite, these delicious treats feature light and crispy wafer cookies filled with layers of caramel and completely enveloped in rich milk chocolate. Pack these individually wrapped confections in lunches or keep them around to enjoy with a cup of coffee or a spot of tea. These delicious wafers bars are made by the famous Tunnock's of Scotland, founded in 1890 and still family owned.
The story of shortbread begins with the medieval “biscuit bread”. Any leftover dough from bread making was dried out in a low oven until it hardened into a type of rusk: the word “biscuit” means “twice cooked”. Gradually the yeast in the bread was replaced by butter, and biscuit bread developed into shortbread.