As it’s getting nearer Christmas, we start thinking about getting the nibbles in for the house and for visitors over the festive season. Generally, we’ll have a couple of packets of crackers in, some pastrami, cherry tomatoes, packets of cheese straws and the odd sweet treat of baklava or stollen but this year we’ve ditched our usual selection for fantastic little collection snacks, handcrafted in Britain – Nib Nibs.
Premium baked British nibbles for the most discerning connoisseur. Unique snacks: Cheese straws; Cheese straw bites & our exclusive Yorkshire Breadsticks… Ey up!
Sold in a variety of sizes from the cute 65g resealable tubs to the larger 175g boxes – they take your ordinary cheese straw and turn it into a luxury treat. Breadsticks and nuts are also available, and if they’re as lovely as the mini nibbles, then you’re in for a treat.
Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper; West Country Cheddar; West Country Cheddar and Cheeky Onion and West Country Cheddar & Spicy Chilli, in a generous 175g pack and not forgetting our new Mininibs Exceptional Cheddar Cheese; Cheddar & Spicy Chilli and Cheddar & Cheeky Onion Straws in an ideal carry size can of 65g.
I was lucky enough to win a selection of nib nibs recently (including a fabulous little container of their fantastic salt and pepper peanuts) and to be honest, and I wish I’d won a few more of their comps as I could have filled my cupboard up with them for Christmas. The little containers are magnificent. Andy couldn’t wait to pull back the silver cover and dive down the chilli ones, I had to make sure I had hold of the cheese and onion ones for myself, or he’d have had them too. But they’re not like your typical dry, overly strong cheese straw. These are delicate, wholesome little bites, all soft and crumbly and utterly perfect for when you’re sitting down watching TV at the weekend, or when you’ve got a few friends over for drinks. Open them up, tip them out and watch them disappear quicker than the Apprentice contestants after a lousy task.
Nuts It’s Nuts
The peanuts I wish I’d had under lock and key though… once Andy knew we had nuts in the box, there were only enough left for me to have a taste of a couple. Trust me for telling him where I’d left them I guess.
So this year we’re not going to bother with random packets of breadsticks and cheese straws we’re going to stock up with the whole Nib Nib range and dish them out when friends come over of an evening (if I don’t want to keep them all to myself).