08 December 2014

Christmas Giveaway Bonanza #8 - Highland Fayre Hamper


For my eighth giveaway I'm offering this rather fabulous hamper from Highland Fayre.

Highland Fayre are a family business based in Scotland who sell a really nice variety of hampers filled with the bet of Scottish food and drink from small independent and artisan brands. 


This Artisan hamper contains:

Bottle of Roots Kaleidoscope Soda - A Mix of Strawberry, Orange, Basil and Balsamico (250ml) x4
Trotter's Scottish Honey Mustard (280g)
Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes (150g)
Stag Bakers Parmesan & Garlic Water Biscuits (150g)
Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives (200g)
Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs (200g)
Mara Seaweed Kombu Shaker Tin (50g)
Hebridean Seaweed Infused Sea Salt Flakes (65g)
Summer Harvest Lemon & Honey Dressing (250ml)
Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip (250g)
Scotch Whisky Butterscotch (135ml)
Super Honey 100% Natural Set Honey (227g)
Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy
Presented in a Rattan Gift Basket with internal lining.
 
The best of Scottish products all beautifully presented in a rattan hamper, which turns into some rather stylish storage when you have eaten all the goodies inside.
 
We've been enjoying the Isle of Arran Cheddar with biscuits and I really like the Roots Kaleidoscope Soda, which is really unusual. It's a great drink to have if you want something non-alcoholic over the festive period. The first hit you get is strawberry, but then it tastes almost spicy, although there are no spices in it. You really have to try it. 

The chocolate chip cookies are also rather good and I'm looking forward to trying the other products, especially the seaweed as a seasoning.

Would you like to win this hamper for yourself or to give to someone special?

To enter leave me a comment telling me what your would try first from the hamper then register your entry using the rafflecopter box below (it may take a moment to load).

This giveaway is open to my UK readers and closes on 30 December 2014.

Good Luck!

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Disclosure: Highland Fayre kindly sent me a hamper to review. I was not expected to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

300 comments:

  1. I would try the Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs - I love their cheeses!

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  2. Would definitely try the cheese with chives and some oatcakes - sounds delicious!

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  3. I would try the Scottish Cheddar with Chives with the water biscuits. It all sounds very nice.

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  4. It must be Scotch Whisky Butterscotch to satisfy me sweet tooth

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  5. Scotch Whisky Butterscotch - no doubt about it!

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  6. I would try first the Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes (150g)

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  7. Well, I'd have to gift this one out to the family but I'd definitely have a quick try of the chocolate chip shortbreads

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  8. I would try the Honeycomb Popping Candy first!

    Ashleigh

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  9. Scotch Whiskey Butterscotch! Before the other half tried to nab it

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  10. The Scottish cheddar with chives.

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  11. I would tuck straight into the Isle of Arran Cheeses - i love them!

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  12. I love shortbread so it would have to be the Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip :)

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  13. The cheeses .. Couldn't resist, I am a big cheese fan.

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  14. Well it all sounds delicious, but I think I;d probably dive into the cheese and chives first - quickly followed by the shortbread.

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  15. i would go for the shortbread first

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  16. I would try the Hebridean Seaweed Infused Sea Salt Flakes- I love seaweed and having salt infused with it would be fantastic to season so many dishes - yum

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  17. I'd try the chocolate shortbread first.

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  18. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  19. I'd have to try the popping candy :)

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  20. Can't go wrong with a bit o' shortie!

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  21. Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes.

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  22. the scotch whisky butterscotch! yum!

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  23. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  24. Scotch Whisky Butterscotch which sounds absolutely amazing! Although I have to watch my weight so I'd only have a little bit.

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  25. it would be Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chi

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  26. Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip

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  27. I love the sound of the Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip

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  28. I love the sound of the Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip :)

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  29. Definitely the cheese! I love cheese and I'd have to start with the Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives.

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  30. It would have to be the Scotch Whisky Butterscotch

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  31. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping candy to take me back to being a kid at Christmas!

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  32. Scottish Cheddar with Chives

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  33. Ooo the Scotch Whisky Butterscotch!

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  34. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  35. Mmmmm the shortbread, I would be powerless to resist!

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  36. i would share the Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy with my kids

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  37. The Arran cheeses would be mine all mine, first out of the box!

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  38. The Roots Kaleidoscope Soda. It sounds so intriguing.

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  39. Scotch Whisky Butterscotch

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  40. Christine RichardsonTuesday, 09 December, 2014

    Handmade oatmeal shortbread with Belgian chocolate chips

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  41. Scottish cheddar with crushed herbs - sounds delicious

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  42. Probably the Bottle of Roots Kaleidoscope Soda. I love 'Soda' so a new one is always welcome.

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  43. The Arran cheeses, for sentimental reasons... grew up just across the water from Arran, so many happy memories, even though it was usually raining & we were always camping!

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  44. Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives

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  45. This looks yummy: I would try the oatcakes & cheese, my other half would make off with alcohol. Merry Christmas!

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  46. Scotch Whisky Butterscotch...scrumptious!

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  47. The Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives on some buttered, crusty bread.

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  48. The Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs.

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  49. Actually, I think the Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes!

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  50. The Hebridean Seaweed Infused Sea Salt sounds like it would enhance anything. I'd have to whip up a batch of fresh chips just to test it.....

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  51. It would have to be the 'Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy' because it sounds amazing and looks even better in the photograph! Like a fancy Crunchie bar! Yum!

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  52. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  53. Summer Harvest Lemon & Honey Dressing

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  54. the cheddar with chives!

    carlahollands@hotmail.com

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  55. it would have to be the chocolate I think :)

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  56. sounds interesting and would like to try the Scotch Whisky Butterscotch .....

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  57. I'd try the Scotch Whisky Butterscotch first

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  58. Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives :D Delicious xx

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  59. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy...obviously!!

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  60. Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs

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  61. Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs.

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  62. Claire Elizabeth NokeThursday, 11 December, 2014

    Scottish cheddar with mied herbs!! Although it all sounds lush :)

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  63. I would try the shortbread first with a cup of tea, yum! Rosie x
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  64. Scotch Whisky Butterscotch

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  65. Nice to see a few products from Fife in there! I've tried everything except that Kaleidoscope soda, which I've never even heard of before. Sounds intriguing and I'd love to try it!

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  66. The Scottish Cheddar with Chives.

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  67. Deffo the cheese with herbs, sounds lush :)

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  68. cheese cheese cheese cheese cheese

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  69. Definitely the Scotch Whisky Butterscotch

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  70. The shortbread

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  71. Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip

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  72. The popping candy chocolate I think - I wouldn't be ale to resist.

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  73. The Kaleidoscope soda has me intrigued !

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  74. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  75. Yum! I would love to try the Mara Seaweed Kombu as seaweed is full of minerals and is super tasty :-)

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  76. I like the sound of the Kaleidoscope Soda, so would try that first :)

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  77. There's cheese in there. It must be the cheese.

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  78. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy, yummy!

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  79. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy sounds amazing

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  80. The butterscotch or honeycomb - wow.

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  81. Parmesan & Garlic Water Biscuits first

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  82. I would try the scottish cheddar with chives

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  83. I would open it with all the family and everyone could choose whatever they wanted but no-one can have the cheese it would be all mine :)

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  84. I would try the Parmesan & Garlic Water Biscuits first

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  85. the cheese with the oatcakes - amric21@yahoo.co.uk

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  86. Would be the cheeses, sound lovely

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  87. Would have to be the Scotch Whiskey Butterscotch - wow great flavour indulgence!

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  88. I would love to try the honeycomb popping candy first...I have a terrible sweet tooth!

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  89. the Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip

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  90. the Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  91. I would have to try the Kaleidoscope soda as it sounds amazingly intriguing.

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  92. I would like to try the cheeses

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  93. Scotch Whiskey butterscotch

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  94. Butterscotch

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  95. The Hebridean sea salt flakes as I've heard so many good things about them closely followed by the whisky butterscotch straight from the bottle lol!

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  96. Isle of Arran Cheese with Crushed Herbs, sounds beautiful!

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  97. Hard choice, but I think it would have to be the Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives

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  98. I like the sound of the whiskey butterscotch

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  99. Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes, they will be lovely with a cup of tea with them in the moarning

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  100. Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives yum!

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  101. i would love to share this hamper with me and my mum and boyfriend it looks lovely :)

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  102. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy, trying to ration it.

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  103. I would love to try the Scottish Whiskey Butterscotch

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  104. I would give it to the in laws for one of their Caledonia evenings (Hopefully I would also get an invite)

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  105. Hebridean Seaweed Infused Sea Salt Flakes

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  106. I would first try the Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives

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  107. I would love to try the cheese - with chives... how lovely and I would be sharing this with my family

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  108. The whiskey it's a Christmas drink for me :)

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  109. Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip (250g), no question. Their Oatmeal Shortbread Fife Cut is fantastic!

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  110. The Cheddar with crushed Herbs looks yummy!

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  111. Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip as I have a sweet tooth and they sound lovely.

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  112. It would have to be the Kaleidoscope soda

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  113. Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  114. The scotch whiskey butterscotch sounds interesting, I'd try that first

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  115. Samantha LancasterMonday, 15 December, 2014

    Scotch Whisky Butterscotch sounds yummy x

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  116. The Kaleidoscope Soda I think.

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  117. Definitely the Stag Bakers Parmesan & Garlic Water Biscuits! They sound absolutely delicious!

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  118. The Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy!

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  119. For myself but obviously would share with my loved ones ;>x

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  120. The Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chip sound lovely, would love to try these x

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  121. Roots Kaleidoscope Soda as its sounds freaky lol

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  122. I would keep this for myself. so 'Merry Christmas'.

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  123. I would try the Summer Harvest Lemon & Honey Dressing first

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  124. I think the Scotch Whiskey butterscotch would be first in my chops!!

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  125. i love shortbread so it would be that

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  126. First thing I would try is the Trotter's Scottish Honey Mustard because I love honey and I love mustard... perfect combination!

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  127. I would love to try the Scotch Whisky Butterscotch

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  128. The Shortbread because I love Shortbread!!

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  129. Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes

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  130. Definitely the Isle of Arran cheeses :-) x

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  131. i would also try the short bread first yummy ! :)

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  132. It would probably be Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs

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  133. Mara Seaweed Kombu Shaker Tin (50g), I've seen it in a local health food shop, and would love to try it

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  134. Scotch Whisky Butterscotch

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  135. The Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Crushed Herbs on the Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcakes - lovely hamper

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  136. The Scottish cheddar with chives

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  137. Your Piece Baking Company Handmade Porridge Oatcake

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  138. I'd try the Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives first

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  139. The Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives

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  140. the porridge oatcakes sound interesting

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  141. It would be the Isle of Arran cheeses; I love their cheese!xx

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  142. Arran cheddar with chives, and oatcakes. Though I think I would have this sent to my Gran to share with friends and family.

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  143. Definitely the Scottish Cheddar

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  144. Bottle of Roots Kaleidoscope Soda - sounds tasty!

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  145. I like to try the Oatmeal Shortbread with Belgian Chocolate Chips first

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  146. I love cheese, so one of the Isle of Arran cheddars. We went to the Isle of Arran cheese shop many years ago and their Garlic Crowdie is the best cheese I've ever tasted.

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  147. The Cocoa Ooze Milk Chocolate Honeycomb Popping Candy

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  148. Isle of Arran Cheese Shop Scottish Cheddar with Chives

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  149. Scottish Whisky butterscotch

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