In Sweet Company
Gold candy sweet paper bags are designed to be used to carry sweets, as the name suggest, however, they can also be used to house small items and gifts, or even other food products. They are often found in all types of small stores and outlets thanks to their light weight and practical designs. The 40gsm Kraft paper used to make them is totally recyclable and degradable so the bags won't harm the environment.
A quality soda water from the London Essence Co, a company that creates carefully calibrated mixers for the 21st century. London Essence's complete collection is delicately light and low in calories, with naturally sourced sweetness, allowing the distinct notes of the spirit partner to shine through.
The Gourmet Sweet Company Haribo Heart Throbs Small Gift Jar (15cm) - Only premium retro sweets get into our amazing range of sweet jars. We have over 500 Varieties of Retro, Old Fashioned and Traditional Sweets in our Gift Jar range. Just search Amazon for 'The Gourmet Sweet Company' to view the full collection. Perfect for giving as a gift, or maybe as a treat for yourself.
★Contains 670g of Strawberry Bon Bons★Only premium retro sweets get into our amazing range of sweet jars. ★We have over 500 Varieties of Retro, Old Fashioned and Traditional Sweets in our Gift Jar range. ★Just search Amazon for 'The Gourmet Sweet Company' to view the full collection. Perfect for giving as a gift, or maybe as a treat for yourself. Indulge, Share and Enjoy! ★Our Victorian Jars are 23cm tall
Tokaji is Hungary's most noble wine, with 400 years of history and royal patronage. Most are sweet, some intensely so, yet this version is bone dry and ranks alongside Chablis as one of the defining styles of Europe. It's made from the rare Furmint grape, which has the aromatic intensity of Viognier and the stony freshness of Chenin. And it comes from the Royal Tokaji Company, the brainchild of the world's favourite wine writer, Hugh Johnson.
The Boutique-y Gin Company Cherry Gin have taken a classic Gin and added a combination of sweet and sour marasca cherries, as well as a good pinch of spice, resulting in a fun and fruity gin which is delicious as a sipper, but eminently mixable, too. On the nose it's plump and juicy, think homemade cherry pie, and the taste has the succulent fruity sweetness of cherries with a touch of spice, a slight citrus tang and a lingering tart finish.