Coco is an Artisan Chocolatier based in Edinburgh that specialises in making ethically traded, organic and most importantly delicious chocolate. All bars and truffles are created by their skilled chocolatiers, who are constantly developing new ideas to create interesting & enchanting treats.
As one of Scotland’s first luxury chocolatiers, they use the highest quality ingredients and a single origin chocolate from Dominican Republic, to deliver well balanced flavours with lovely textures and beautiful cocoa richness.
The owners of the ancient Tregothnan estate in Cornwall have been pioneering botany since 1334 and now, inspired by this tradition stretching back generations, Jonathan Jones and his team have created the UK's first ever British grown tea.
The Estate's unique, cool microclimate - combining the deep sea Fal River and humid air from the Atlantic - produces a delicious and delicate flavour tea, meaning we can say that Britain's favourite beverage has finally come home.
A unique, protected style of gin made from a blend of seven secret botanicals, pure grain alcohol and soft Dartmoor water at England's oldest working Gin distillery, Black Friars Distillery, Plymouth.
Famously popular with both the British Royal Navy and socialites in New York, it has a great depth of flavour, deep earthy notes and a wonderfully fresh juniper and lemony bite. It is also the only gin still around today to be named in numerous recipes from the renowned Savoy Cocktail Book - the bible of mixology.
Willie is an eccentric entrepreneur passionate about growing, harvesting and processing his own cacao beans.
Willie’s chocolate dream has taken him from the wilds of Venezuela (where he learnt to be a cacao farmer), to the rolling hills of Devon, where he has built his delightfully named 'Willie's Wonky Chocolate Factory'. This is where Willie now produces his decadent and delightful 100% Cacao chocolate range, including his 'Milk of the Gods' and 'Venuezuelan & Peruvian Gold' bars included in our hampers.
The Isle of Jura is nestled in the Inner Hebrides off the West Coast of Scotland. It's only 60 miles as the crow flies from Glasgow, but takes a wee while to get there. One road, one distillery, one pub, one shop and one community. It's often been described as remote and even George Orwell went so far as to say it was 'the most un-get-at-able place'.
The Isle of Jura Jura Original single malt whisky in our Best of Scotland hamper is aged for ten years in Bourbon casks, for a sweet, mellow taste with hints of soft liqourice, caramel, oak and honey.
At the Tiny Marmalade Company in Devon, ingredients are delicately selected to pick out the highest quality range, dependent on the local weather and temperature at time of picking.
Fruits, herbs, leaves, peels and sugar are softly preserved according to each harvest, with every production therefore slightly different and unique.
The Fine Cheese Co. is a maturer, wholesaler, retailer and exporter of artisan British cheeses, most of which are unpasteurised and all of which are traditionally made. Based in historic Bath, the home of the most famous of British cheeses: Cheddar.
The Fine Cheese Co. also makes it their business to know what flatters cheese and make it a new experience, with a dedicated and unique range of Crackers, Whole Fruits, Chutneys, and English Pickles for Cheese.
Bakers with unquestionable heritage, the Moores family has been baking biscuits in Dorset since before 1860.
The current bakery in Morcombelake was established by Samuel Moore in 1880 and the same recipes continue on with the fifth generation of Moores today.
As well as their world famous Dorset Knob biscuits, the family also create our favourite biscuits rounds, made with pure butter and a sugared topping.
Caws Cenarth is a family business started by Gwynfor and Thelma Adams in 1987. Based on their farm, Glyneithinog, in the lovely and lush valley of the river Cych, they draw on six generations of cheesemaking.
The Caws Cryf cheese in our Cheese and Biscuits hamper is a delicious, strong, mature cheese with lovely texture and great aftertaste, softer than a waxed cheddar and has a honey-ish taste similar to an aged Gouda.
Olfactory Coffee in Cornwall is a small coffee shop and roastery where coffee is bought directly from growers and trusted bean importers, to make their own blends
Founded in 2013 in Penryn, today they are one of Cornwall’s leading speciality coffee roasters with focus on quality, transparency and sustainability
In 1989 Anthony and Fiona Laing decided to buy a business based in Scotland's historic capital city of Edinburgh, to grow their delicious multi award-winning shortbread business. Their shortbread is now stocked on the shelves of world famous food emporiums (Fortnum and Mason in London and Harvey Nichols in Edinburgh, to namedrop just a few).
You'll find these wonderful sweet and buttery Scottish shortbread fingers in our Best of Scotland and Coffee Lovers Letter Box Hampers.
When Jon & Jax stumbled upon a 200 year old German recipe for roasted nuts, they were immediately struck by how moorish and tasty they were. After some further experimentation and tinkering in the kitchen using the finest nuts available, they came up with a range of salt and chilli roasted, sweet and cinnamon peanuts, cashews and almonds.
All made with 100% natural ingredients, including responsibly sourced vanilla and fair-trade Himalayan sea salt.