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A Taste of the North

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This Taste of the North gift hamper is sure to impress. Inside, we've selected the best of Scottish produce including luxury Dundee cake, shortbread, Scottish jam and handmade Chocolate Slabs to complement the bottle of red wine. It all comes presented in a natural seagrass tray.
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A Taste of the North

This Hamper contains:

Bottle of Finca Nova Tempranillo (75cl)
Brodies Earl Grey Tea (x20)
Nevis Luxury Dundee Cake (300g)
Mackays Scottish Strawberry Preserve (113g)
Mackays Three Fruit Marmalade (113g)
Duncan's of Deeside Family Recipe Scottish Shortbread (200g)
The Cocoa Bean Company Luxury Handmade Chocolate Bar topped with cubes of fudge with Purple Ribbon (80g)

Please note that the wine glass pictured above is not included.

Presented in a Natural Seagrass Tray

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We have specially selected our favourite Scottish producers to create a true reflection of Scotland's incredible food industry in this hamper! Traditional Dundee cake, preserves, biscuits and tablet all come together to create a true Taste of Scotland.
If you have a Ruby Port and Stilton lover in your life then this hamper was made for them. A bottle of Quinta do Noval Fine Ruby Port comes served with a wedge of Cropwell Bishop Stilton and Paterson's Cracked Black Pepper oatcakes; with its great price tag this is the perfect corporate or celebration gift to suit any occasion.
The Stag Bakeries were founded in the Outer Hebrides in 1885 and have a rich larder full of recipes, among them the delicious cheese straws in this hamper which is baked by hand in uniquely small batches. Also featured are a jar of Trotters honey mustard, produced in Fife, and an artisan chocolate bar from chocolatieres in Edinburgh.

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