A delightful spread of Tea and Biscuits in collaboration with Biscuiteers

Tea and biscuits – a brand new partnership

You’re probably thinking, but there’s nothing new about that combination?! But… we do have news about this brilliant British pairing.  Tregothnan have collaborated with award-winning online biscuit retailer, Biscuiteers, to create a special blend of our Great British Tea and these beautiful, hand-iced biscuits.

A tin of Tregothnans Biscuiteers Great British Tea and hand piped Biscuits made by Biscuiteers

The tea will be sold online and in Biscuiteers icing cafes located in Notting Hill and Northcote Road. Our Great British Tea blend is the perfect partner for their hand-iced biscuit collections and can be combined to create a very special ‘tea and biscuits’ gift or in a new hamper featuring the tea and a tin of Biscuiteers ‘tea for two’ biscuits.

Harriet Hastings, founder of Biscuiteers, said “We are very excited to be launching our own tea and to be collaborating with the Tregothnan estate in Cornwall.  It feels like a perfect partnership of two British brands.  We are sure that our customers are going to love our new ‘tea and biscuits’ options.”

A tin of Biscuiteers Blend Great British Tea produced by Tregothnan


Entrepreneur Harriet Hastings co-founded Biscuiteers with her husband, Stevie Congdon. They are also co-directors of leading London catering company Lettice and parents to four children. In early 2018, Harriet’s second book Biscuiteers Book of Iced Gifts launched in the UK.

In addition to their fabulous website, Biscuiteers are stocked in leading retailers including Selfridges, Caviar House & Prunier and Southbank Centre and has created bespoke biscuits for prestigious brands including Cartier, Karl Lagerfeld, Christian Dior and Net-a-Porter.

In their Icing Cafés you can learn how to ice like a Biscuiteer, enjoy afternoon tea or commission bespoke cakes and biscuits.

Check out Biscuiteers’ website to try the perfect pairing for yourself. Click here for Biscuiteers Tea for Two Hamper.




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