There’s lots of ginger in our house right now. Both my girls have reddish hair as did I when I was little. We now have even not ginger thanks to Border biscuits who have very kindly sent us over a selection of their ginger biscuits to start off the new year with.
These gingers come in 3 varieties. The old fashioned crunch is like the traditional crunchy ginger biscuit I used to enjoy as a child, although it didn’t help much brig told my hair would turn even more ginger if I ate them more.
Then for something a little different and a little sweeter are the chocolate coated gingers in dark and milk chocolate which are just lovely and go exceptionally well with a good hot brew. The chocolate starts to melt and the rest of the biscuit stays slightly crunchy.
The packaging with the biscuits is quite unique and upmarket and rather than a long plastic wrapper they come rather neatly presented, almost like little gift boxes and perhaps the sort of thing you would expect to see in a nice country cafe.
And look at this funky ginger bag too!
This is right up my street considering I have 2 gorgeous little ginger girls myself!
Gingers are just one of many selections at border biscuits and they can be purchased in many places including the big supermarkets.