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- 3 hand-iced biscuits
- Rich and sweet with a hint of lemon
- Presented in our famous hand-illustrated gift boxes (23cm x 11cm x 2cm, weighs about 15g)
- Add a FREE message card at checkout
- Securely packaged to keep them safe in the post, and posted through the letterbox
To celebrate our 13th birthday, we've created a new special birthday collection to mark the occasion!
These party animals are ready to celebrate with their party hats, presents and streamers. Inside you'll find an adorable bird, cat and dog.
- The birthday girl or boy who has everything
Our biscuits are our own unique recipe, based upon a traditional twice baked English style biscuits. Its texture is somewhere between the snap of a gingerbread and the crumble of a shortbread. Our lemon bake uses pure Californian lemon extract to give fresh citrus notes.
We're the original hand-iced biscuit company, and with that comes a fair bit of biscuit wisdom
Each of our biscuits are works of art, intricately hand-iced the old-fashioned way at our London HQ, the Ministry of Biscuits. And whilst we're best-known for our piping prowess, we care just as much about what's underneath, mastering the perfect balance of snap and crumble in our biscuit bake. Once the biscuits have made their way out of the Grand Icing Hall, they're then carefully hand-packed into our beautiful hand-illustrated tins and gift boxes, ready to be sent off to someone special.
Our letterbox biscuits are beautifully and securely delivered in our signature, hand-illustrated gift box. Every element of our letterbox gifts are fully recyclable and plastic free. They’re designed to pop through your letterbox should you not be home, it means you'll never miss an all-important biscuit delivery again. Not only are they saving the postie’s legs, but it reduces the need for redeliveries.
We believe beautiful gifts shouldn’t have to cost the earth, to read more about our initiatives read our sustainability review