Read all about our Finnish box!
As it is December it would be unwise not to feature a festive country therefore it is off to Finland – home of Lapland and reindeer. We featured five well known biscuits that it is likely Mr Claus himself enjoys with his hot cup of choice!
Kantolan Ballerina Mustikka
In Finland and many other Scandinavian countries, the production and consumption of berries
Fazer Domino Original
Produced by the countries main baking company Fazer, the Domino biscuit has enduring popularity that spans generations and does not seem to have any other explanation than the unique taste experience of white vanilla combined with a dark cocoa biscuit. Produced since 1953 it now forms the backbone of the company where they market it under the slogan “The Classics do not age”.
TÖYSÄLÄINEN: Traditional Gingerbread cookies
It’s the festive season and as we are featuring a
Jyväshyvä: Oat Cookies
These golden oat cookies were created to go alongside coffee of which the Finnish people are the European top consumers. Despite this, one of the main uses for these biscuits have been in baking, often used as a base to delights such as cheesecakes. Either way they are a tasty, light and certainy moreish biscuit however you decide to use them.
The Marie biscuit is Europe’s version of our Rich Tea biscuits. Differing as the Marie biscuit is typically Vanilla flavoured unlike the Rich Tea version but this Finnish example is also made with Vegetable oil. A perfect fit for a cup of tea, we are sure this one