From time to time, I am lucky enough to be sent products to review on my blog and this month , just in time for Mothers Day, I was sent an amazing package in the post from “Maw Broons Kitchen”. I have admired these products due to their popularity with my friends and of course, because I grew up reading “The Broons”. I was tickled pink when I was approached to do this and to review some items in our family and since I love all things cookery, I jumped at the chance to do this.
I was sent a lovely bag which contained tea, fudge, caramel shortcake, a cookbook and a lovely tea cosy. The packaging alone is pretty remarkable and the tins which the products have arrived in are defineitly keep sakes for me. I would buy a product from their range for their packaging alone and I have already been asked for some of the tims when we are finished with them. I had to politely decline this request, they are going to stay in our home I think! You’ll see why when you look at the photographs!
This is what they have to say on their website
“Maw Broon’s Home and Kitchen is a range of stylish products based around the matriarch of Scotland’s favourite family – The Broons.
Famous around the world for over 76 years Maw Broon stands for quality, vintage style and practical kitchen use. These are the characteristics we bring to each of the products that make up the range we present.
Each product is under official license from DC Thomson the publishers of The Sunday Post newspaper – the home of The Broons.”
I completely agree with their description, the quality of their products really does shine through. If you don’t believe me why not try them for yourself or better yet, the items are perfect for Mothers Day!
I will be using the cookbook and working my way through the cookbook with my daughter, so watch this space! Now, I’m away to have a cup of tea, a read through the cookbook and a nibble at the fudge and >