Beautifully presented gift kit for gin fans. Craft two bottles of bespoke gin in just four simple steps in under 24 hours using artisan botanicals. Simply add one of the hand-picked botanical blend sachets to 750ml of humble vodka. Perfect for winter warming or summer sipping. Enjoy making in the comfort of your very own kitchen and create your favourite cocktails with your own homemade gin.
Hand-poured from molten chocolate made from bean to bar in Orford, this is a classic Father Christmas figure carrying a sack of presents over his shoulder with strong bean flavours and caramel, treacle and milk notes. Comes in a decorative tube featuring snow-covered scenes of the bakery and castle in Orford.
Smooth and fruity drinking chocolate from beans sourced from the St Vincent Cocoa Company, a co-operative committed to improving cocoa growing and providing a market for small growers across the Caribbean island. Chocolate made from the beans at this internationally renowned bakery is shaved into perfect flakes for melting into warm milk providing you with rich drinking chocolate with a silky texture and tasting notes of pear, caramel and cream sherry.
A hot chilli chutney, that packs the power of fabulous flavours with a heat that will thrill your taste buds! This chutney is a superb accompaniment to all your meals, be it fish, meat, chicken or veg and is equally delicious served simply as a dip with fresh prawns, poppadums or your favourite vegetable, or adding a punch to potatoes, noodles and rice.
A chunky, malty amalgamation of bread pieces and sweet toffee white chocolate made with this internationally renowned bakery's very own cocoa press and Samuel von Rutte's Ecuadorian cocoa beans from Hacienda Limon.
Master beekeeper Matt keeps Cornish Black Bees using sustainable methods that are stress and chemical-free and is working hard to support and encourage their colonies to repopulate Cornwall. Matt supplies the fresh tree honey in this chocolate bar which is bursting with deep honey and crunchy toffee sweetness with a background note of toasted hazelnut.
A delicious damson jam made with British fruit, made in small batches in a small British kitchen. Rich, fruity and fabulous swirled into porridge or spread thickly on toasted homemade bread.
This awesome pickle can be used in many ways including right out of the jar with tortillas, crisps and vegetable crudites, added to stir-fries, sauces, steamed or roasted fish.
Plump, juicy apricots combined with a subtle hint of ginger will inject a ton of flavour to fish and chicken meals as well as cheese, and will be a great addition to curry night!
Beautifully presented gift kit for gin fans. Become a craft gin expert in less that 24 hours with this DIY gin masterclass. Craft three bottles of bespoke gin in just four simple steps in under 24 hours using a collection of botanical blends. Simply add one of the hand-picked botanical blend sachets to 750ml of any vodka. Perfect for winter warming or summer sipping. Enjoy making in the comfort of your very own kitchen and create your favourite cocktails with your own homemade gin. Also included here are aromatic gin toppers to help you dress your G&T on serving and elevate the flavour even more.
This tropical explosion of sweet pineapple and hot chillis will thrill your curries as well as ignite your taste buds on sandwiches, salads, cheese and meat dishes. Packs a punch to potatoes, noodles and rice dishes.
Beautifully presented gift kit for gin fans. Craft two bottles of the ultimate gentleman’s tipple in just four simple steps in under 24 hours using refined botanicals with no expertise or previous experience required. Simply add one of the hand-picked botanical blend sachets to 750ml of humble vodka. Also included are carefully curated gin toppers, selected to add an extra dash of flavour in the glass. Let him experiment with the aromas of star anise and hibiscus along with pink pepper and juniper, his way.
Frankincense and myrrh resins from Moroccan Boswellia and Commiphora trees, carefully managed by small independent farmers, provide the potent but rounded aromatic flavours of orange and pine in this unique and seasonal chocolate. The harvesting of frankincense and myrrh is a long and arduous task. Undertones of red fruit and green apple notes. Decorated with 23ct edible gold leaf.
This Great British loose tea is a special blend of hand-plucked Cornish tea with the finest Assam for a bold full-bodied flavour. Designed for 10 Downing Street, Tregothnan launched this tea in connection with a past government’s great initiative to invite the world to take a fresh look at everything Britain has to offer. No prime minister has taken tea this seriously since Churchill or Earl Grey. Churchill wanted tea grown in the UK and 70 years later, here it is. Tea is a very social drink that cuts across all sections of the community and almost runs in our veins.
Best selling pickle! Addictive, incredibly versatile and will add huge flavour to any meat or vegetable dish. Stir fry with vegetables, noodles or rice or mix with mayonnaise for an incredible dip or filling for baked potatoes! Alternatively pour over a chicken before roasting for an amazing hot garlic roast chicken or pour in last minute to stir-fried prawns.
Fresh lemons and the hit of root ginger blended with warm spices make Hastings Original Lemon Ketchup a tasty and versatile accompaniment to chicken, seafood, salads, steaks and cold meats. Hastings Original Lemon Ketchup also works very well as a citrus ingredient for fish pies, pasta dishes and soups as well as a table condiment.
Traditionally sloe gin is a labour of love, taking six to nine months to mature. However, with this superb kit, your own delicious ruby-red, plummy sloe gin can be ready for drinking in just two weeks. And no need for the fiddly foraging! Simply take any bottle of gin and add some sugar to the dehydrated sloes. There are enough flavourings and essences to create two bottles of rich, warming craft sloe gin in just two weeks. Perfect for sipping by itself or mixing with fizz. Your drained sloes can even be reused afterwards to improve any average red wine.
A high cocoa milk chocolate, offering subtle undertones of the fruit flavours characteristic of the Crayfish Bay beans and gently scented with the warmth of Grenadan Nutmeg, perfect for a winter's evening curled up on your favourite sofa.
Beautifully presented gift kit for gin fans. Gin is one of the world's original aphrodisiacs. Concoct your own two bottles of ravishing love potion in just four simple steps in under 24 hours with magical colour-changing botanicals in the comfort of your own home. Simply add one of the hand-picked botanical blend sachets to any vodka and let the chemistry take place. Just a little something to show that special someone you know what tantalises their taste buds. And exclusive to this kit are two extra-special sachets of natural colour-changing botanicals: one to create a blushing rose-red gin, and one to make a sumptuous violet-blue gin.
A sweet and spicy marriage of mango and ginger using the ripest and most succulent fruit, perfect for curries, cheeses and hot and cold meats. Try mixing into a casserole for that sweet kick to a savoury dish as well as adding to coleslaw and potato salad for an unusual but very pleasing alternative salad!
Oko Caribe is a collective of around 165 farmers in the Duarte province, Dominican Republic. These farmers are extensively trained by the founders of Oko Caribe, who spent several decades refining their own skills with a scientific passion before beginning their own cacao enterprise. They work closely with their farmers, assisting and supporting them. All of the farms are certified organic. Their obsessive attention to detail results in a quality and aroma with stunning mellow tones that work beautifully in chocolate making, a very nutty array of flavours slowly building to flavours of vanilla ice cream and honey over light white fruit. A lovely bean from lovely people turned into lovely chocolate.
This tropical masterpiece will have you reeling in delight. The smooth, creamy, texture simply wraps a duvet around your tongue and the flavour explodes in your mouth. Try it with greek yoghurt, ice cream, blueberries and meringue!
The holy grail for chocolate purists. Most chocolate ‘makers’ are buying in commodity chocolate which they make palatable by adding sugar and flavourings. Without these additions, the chocolate would be far too bitter for most to consume. A 100% bar from a good chocolate maker, however, is a labour of passion and patience. The natural flavours and sweetness have to be carefully coaxed out of the bean and preserved at every stage of processing, through fermentation, drying, roasting, grinding, conching, ageing and tempering, a process that spans months! There is nothing else in the chocolate to hide behind. At first, the intensity of flavour - a slow build to intense roasted brazil nuts, with accents of grapefruit and plantain - can be a shock but savoured rather than scoffed, it may change your appreciation of chocolate as a food.
A sweet red onion infused with mixed spice that will liven your mash potato, re-energise your coleslaw or potato salad, add depth to a gravy sauce or simply boost all your sausages and burgers into another dimension as well as redefine sandwiches, cheese, meat, poultry and fish meals.
The deep smokey aroma of an open fire and creamy, nutty-sweet chestnut is elevated by the subtle sweetness of white chocolate. It is believed that the Romans planted chestnut trees to feed their soldiers, which is why there are so many of these magnificent trees dotted around the country. Sweet chestnuts are naturally low in fat and high in fibre. Not that we are suggesting this is a health food...the embodiment of comfort food though...at the very least.
A delicious marmalade, made in small batches in a small British kitchen. Enjoy on thick, hot toasted and buttered homemade bread.
The awards say it all - the world's best marmalade in 2016 - a delicious thin-cut marmalade, made in small batches in a small British kitchen. Enjoy on thick, hot toasted and buttered homemade bread.
A unique combination of two favourite signature products, dark chocolate and sourdough made in an internationally renowned bakery. Sough dough crumbs and a touch of sea salt add crunch and a malty flavour to the Ecuadorian chocolate.
Picked by hand in late spring from the abundant prickly hedgerows seen throughout the Cornish landscape, the small, vibrant yellow wild gorse flowers are a treasure but physically painful to harvest! They impart their heady warm, nostalgic, coconut scent to milk chocolate for a unique flavour with hints of fudge and roast nut, ending in light red fruit making the effort all the more worthwhile.