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Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, and is a two-day celebration. This year Rosh Hashanah begins in the evening of October 2nd and ends in the evening of October 4th. To be perfectly honest, I am not Jewish and know very little about the Jewish traditions. Now that I've put that out there, I'm going to continue on to tell you about the Rosh Hashanah Biscuit Tin by Biscuiteers.
Biscuiteers is a company based out of London that is known for their handmade iced biscuits. They also make and sell other confections. They ship their products worldwide.
If you are celebrating Rosh Hashanah or know someone who is, the Rosh Hashanah Biscuit Tin is perfect to incorporate into the festival.
Over sixteen iced biscuits are nestled in a keepsake blue and white tin. The biscuits are carefully placed and packaged, with four layers inside the tin. When opening the package, I noticed only one biscuit broken. All others were very much in tact and had pretty placement. The gift tin of biscuits includes shofars (a ram's-horn trumpet used by ancient Jews in religious ceremonies and as a battle signal), honey, pomegranates, candles, and stars of David. They are all symbols representative of Rosh Hashanah.
As for the iced biscuits themselves, they were very tasty and fresh. The biscuits are made with flour, sugar, butter, golden syrup, and other ingredients to create tasty treats. The biscuits were decorated quite nice, and the icing flavor had just the right amount of sweetness.
Even if you don't celebrate Rosh Hashanah, don't rule out Biscuiteers. They offer biscuit tins for all occasions. They also sell cakes and chocolates.
What gift tins do you like from Biscuiteers Baking Company?