Western Isles Shortbread Tin

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Britannia in the Western Isles Mini Shortbread Selection

Handmade in Scotland.

The Royal Yacht Britannia was launched in Clydebank in 1953 and was home to Her Majesty The Queen and The Royal Family for over 40 years. Britannia is now Scotland’s leading 5* visitor attraction, docked in Edinburgh’s historic port of Leith.

This delightful shortbread tin features a watercolour painting by artist Ken Lochhead, depicting Britannia sailing in the Western Isles off the coast of Scotland. The Queen and members of The Royal Family would sail to the Western Isles of Scotland for their annual holiday cruise in the summer months. Landing on remote beaches gave Her Majesty private time to relax with her family, away from her official duties.

 Tin contains 1 pack shortbread and 1 chocolate chip.

 




 

ORIGINAL RECIPE SHORTBREAD

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Butter (Milk) (with Salt), Sugar, Ground Rice, Vegetable Oils (Palm & Rapeseed oils)

 

 

Per 100g

Per Biscuit

Energy

2207kJ

528kcal

199kJ

48kcal

Protein

4.9g

0.4g

Carbohydrates

62.8g

5.7g

Of which Sugars

21.5g

1.9g

Fat

29.5g

2.7g

Of which saturates

19.6g

1.8g

Of which mono-unsaturates

7.4g

0.7g

Of which polyunsaturates

1.5g

0.1g

Dietary Fibre

2.1g

0.2g

Sodium

0.3g

0.03g

 

 

SHORTBREAD WITH RICH DARK CHOCOLATE

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Butter (Milk)(with Salt), Sugar, Chocolate (8.5%)[Cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, fat reduced cocoa powder, emulsifier: soya lecithin] Ground Rice, Vegetable Oils (Palm & Rapeseed oils)

 

 

Per 100g

Per Biscuit

Energy

2226kJ

533kcal

200kJ

48kcal

Protein

5.2g

0.5g

Carbohydrates

63.1g

5.7g

Of which Sugars

23.4g

2.1g

Fat

29.7g

2.7g

Of which saturates

19.7g

1.8g

Of which mono-unsaturates

7.1g

0.6g

Of which polyunsaturates

1.5g

0.1g

Dietary Fibre

2.0g

0.2g

Sodium

0.2g

0.02g

 

 

 

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