Reids Of Caithness Chocolate Chunk with Orange Shortbread, 5.3 oz / 150 grams.
Sweet, zesty orange and the finest dark chocolate chips in a melt-in-the-mouth, all butter shortbread
In the very far north of Scotland lies Caithness. This low lying fertile land is where the finest Scottish oats and barley are grown by the farmers and crofters of Caithness. These oats were originally milled in the mills powered from the burns and rivers that meander through these fertile lands.
It was the oats and flour from these mills that Donald Reid's grandmother used to bake her delicious biscuits and cakes over 100 years ago. Her recipes have been passed down to her grandson and are used in the making of Reid's products today.
Donald Reid began his Bakery in 1966. By 1968 he was joined by his wife Joyce, who supervised the new High Street retail shop in Thurso. Today, the third generation at Reid's includes brothers Graeme and Gary.
In 2008 Reid's of Caithness won two gold Taste awards for their biscuits. More recent they won Scottish Baker of the Year 2017/8.
Fortunate for you, you don't have to travel all the way to the very north of Scotland to try Reid's awarding winning cakes and biscuits.
Product of Scotland
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