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Brilliant Biscuits

Handmade by a family bakery in West Yorkshire, England

Our tin of delicious biscuits are a perfect teatime treat that you can snap, dunk and nibble to your heart’s content. Made with free-range eggs and an all-butter recipe by a family business in West Yorkshire, we’ve got two lovely flavours:

These crunchy biscuits are speckled with spicy stem ginger and rich, dark chocolate chips.

These delicious biscuits are made with fruity candied lemon and orange peel, with a subtle almond flavour.

Delicious on their own, use as a base for cheesecakes or roll a ball of your favourite icecream in crushed crunchy crumbs.



Zesty citrus Ingredients: Salted butter, wheat flour, sugar, oats, partially inverted refiners syrup, wholemeal flour, candied peel (7%) (orange peel, lemon peel, glucose syrup, sugar, preservatives: sulphur dioxide, potassium sorbate; acidity regulator: citric acid); free range egg, raising agents: sodium bicarbonate, ammonium bicarbonate; natural flavourings, salt.

Dark chocolate & stem ginger Ingredients:
Oats, salted butter, sugar, wheat flour, plain chocolate chips (7%) (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin; natural vanilla), stem ginger (5%) (ginger, sugar), partially inverted refiners syrup, raising agents: ammonium bicarbonate, disodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate.

Nutritional Info & More

Nutritional Info

Typical Value per 100g

Energy ZC - 1993kj/476kcal SG - 2010kj/481kcal
Total Fat 22.6g / 23.4g
Carbohydrate 61.8g / 60.8g
Protein 5.3g / 5.1g


Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. Once opened keep in an airtight container.

Allergy Advice

For allergens see ingredients in bold. Zesty Citrus Biscuits also contains milk and may contain soya, peanuts, nuts, sesame and mustard. Dark Chocolate & Stem Ginger Biscuits contain milk and may contain eggs, peanuts, nuts, sesame and mustard. Suitable for vegetarians.

The Makers Story

delicious high quality crafted biscuits based on traditional recipes

dunk [duhngk]
verb (used with object)
1. to dip (biscuit, cake, doughnut etc.) into coffee, milk, or the like, before eating.
2. to dip or submerge something, someone, oneself, etc., in a liquid: She thinks it's vulgar to dunk. So let's dunk her in the pool before dinner

Makers and Merchants have created our very own biscuit recipes and baked them in the traditional hand-made manner in partnership with a master baker from Yorkshire.

We went to a family business which has been making biscuits for over 100 years.

Tracing the bakery’s beginnings back to humble premises in the Victorian seaside resort of Morecambe, in Lancashire. Many of their recipes were created by Annie Wild who ran the original bakery while managing a boarding house and bringing up three boys. Her eldest son John Wild moved back to his Yorkshire roots in the 1920’s, where Annie joined him to open a shop in Haworth (think Bronte country, and The Railway Children). In 1928 he bought larger premises just outside Haworth and this remained the family bakery until the millennium when the growing popularity of their biscuits relocated them to Steeton, West Yorkshire – a modern bakery meeting exacting international standards – but still making biscuits with tradition, flare and imagination to cater for changing tastes.