Easter Biscuits, from Biscuit Village.

Biscuit Village Logo

With Easter fast approaching (yes it really is a week today!) you might just be looking for that perfect thing for a present or maybe to have with a cup of tea on Easter Sunday. 
Each biscuit is handmade, cooked, iced then sealed and packed to ensure they reach you fresh as they can be with all orders placed before 12pm being made ready for posting on the same day, with high quality ingredients and as often as possible natural colourings making sure they are as good for you as possible, and with prices starting from £4.99 what’s not to like?
So when I was contacted by the lovely people at Biscuit Village and asked if I would like to try some of course I jumped at the chance. 
Biscuit Village Cookies

I was sent the gorgeous Spring Easter Collection Tin which is sold for £24.99 and is worth every penny. From the moment I opened the outer box I got excited the tin which they are enclosed in looks like it will be very useful either as a biscuit tin or to hold trinkets, or anything you want. Inside the biscuits are carefully wrapped in tissue paper and sealed with a handmade sticker the packaged with bubble wrap between each section to make sure they arrive in one piece.
Biscuit Village Cookies

Each biscuit is a true work of art beautifully decorated the photos cannot pick up on just how gorgeous they are, with so much detail on each one, from the glittery tulip, fluffy bunnies tails to the pearl like edible beading and alternating glittering petal’s on the pink flower.
The cocoa based base of each biscuit is gorgeously soft as melts in your mouth / slight crumbly texture which are set off wonderfully by the crunch of the icing on top.
The box contains:
2 x Tulips
2 x Pink Flowers
2 x Yellow Flowers
3 x Bunnies
3 x Chicks
3 x Eggs
I shared the box with my parents and of course Ash on a Sunday afternoon and everyone thoroughly enjoyed their biscuits, although they are a lot more expensive than your normal biscuit tin biscuits we all agreed they were well worth the money and we would indeed buy them ourselves for special occasions and as presents. 
You can just tell that so much love, care and attention has been put into each one of these biscuits, they really are not something you will come across every day. 

Biscuit Village Cookies

All Biscuit Villages have a best before date of 12 weeks, and if sending as a gift you can add a personal message and even pre-order in advance to have them delivered on the right date. If there huge array of pre designed biscuits has nothing that jumps out at you and takes you fancy you can even design your own using there bespoke biccies service. 
Postage starts for 1st class recorded at £3, with special delivery, Saturday delivery and international delivery also available.
And if the above hasn’t got your taste buds tingling if you pop back in May, I might have a special treat in competition form for you all to take part in, in honour of the forth coming Jubilee. 

Biscuit Village

Keep in touch with The Biscuit Village at their website, on facebook or via twitter. 
Which tin would you most like to get your hands on from the Biscuit Village? 
*Biscuits provided free of charge for review, all opinions though are honest and my own (or my families where stated.)

  9Comments

  1. Tracy Nixon   •  

    Great review – the biscuits look gorgeous! Some people might complain that the price they pay for such biscuits is high, but I think the opposite! I make iced Easter biscuits with my children every Easter and it takes a lot of time, care and effort to make and decorate them.  I love to make (and buy) festive biscuits at both Christmas and Easter as I think they make a refreshing change to all the chocolate around those times!  I have bookmarked this company for future reference and will tell them you recommended them when I order x

  2. Ashleigh   •  

    wow these are really lovely!

  3. Azra   •  

    They look far too yummy!! I think i prefer the idea of Easter biscuits to chocolate eggs! 

  4. esther james   •  

     hooray for biccies, a really nice alternative to chocolate

  5. Emma J Lowe   •  

    never thought i would say a biscuit was stunning.  these are great and to be honest look nothing like a biscuit.  if i had of just seen the photo and not the review, i would have said it was some kind of china wall plaque. 

  6. Sarah Bailey   •  

    Woohooo loving the Biscuit Village love. 

    They really are like miniature painting, (close your eyes and bite to you don’t feel bad).

    Hope everyones having a great biscuit filled Easter ;) xx

  7. Laura Carroll   •  

    Aww they’re beautiful! I’m pretty sure I’ve never eaten a biscuit that pretty! :)

  8. Sarah Bailey   •  

    Not to long now till you will be able to win your own! ;)

  9. Jane Mse English   •  

    Such pretty biscuits, seems ashame to eat them, but I bet they are lovely with a cuppa!

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