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Tin of biscuits suggestions please

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Boringnamechanging Mon 16-Nov-20 11:21:53

Can anyone suggest where I can get a good tin of biscuits with an actual tin please. Present for elderly male relative who doesn't do luxuries or want/need anything but does like a biscuit. Nothing too fancy/cookies preferably not full shortbread but more of a mix.

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SpamIAm Mon 16-Nov-20 11:27:09

M&S? They have a nice tin of chocolate biscuits for £6 (or a bigger version for £10).

JuliaJohnston Mon 16-Nov-20 12:45:34

Jacobsens cookies have lovely (huge!) Christmasy tins?

Pepperwand Mon 16-Nov-20 16:17:14

Are you a Costco member? They do some really nice tins of biscuits around Christmas time.

DobbyTheHouseElk Mon 16-Nov-20 16:17:41

I got M&S shortbread. Comes in a tin with a stag on the front. They are really nice shortbreads. I get them every year for DF.

Egghead68 Mon 16-Nov-20 16:19:49

M&S Extremely Chocolatey

AutumnLeaves26 Mon 16-Nov-20 16:24:14

Aldi do lovely tins - only thing is I know they definitely do short bread but not sure if they also do cookies and mix but worth a look x

ElvisPresleysSideburns Mon 16-Nov-20 16:36:22

Came on to say the M&S shortbreads with the stag on...was beaten to it!

Boringnamechanging Mon 16-Nov-20 17:29:24

Unfortunately no Costco anywhere near

It looks like I'm heading to m&s thanks for the suggestions.

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Chailatte20 Tue 17-Nov-20 02:49:31

Fortnum & Masons do lovely tins of biscuits at Christmas in assorted flavours. I've ordered the chocolate macadamia biscuits for my family. This year has been very rubbish so I decided a little luxury was in order.

mrsbyers Tue 17-Nov-20 03:04:24

I’d recommend Ringtons , they do a lovely little box with a few different types and the biscuits are wonderful

GameSetMatch Tue 17-Nov-20 09:24:28

M&S have a nice one that plays music, only about £5 too.

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