Win a Christmas Cream Tea Hamper from Delimann
You might be surprised to find me writing about a Devonian Cream Tea considering I’m Cornish – to be honest, I’m a bit surprised myself. However, on my quest to find good quality edible Christmas gifts I came across Delimann, a long established family run Devonian Deli based in Bovey Tracey (the shop is called Mann & Son and has been a fixture of Bovey’s town centre since 1837). Their year-round signature gift is without doubt the Devonian Cream Tea, so this year they decided to give it a festive twist just in time for Christmas.
The Delimann Christmas Cream Tea Hamper is priced at £19.50 and contains the following products
2 oversized Devon scones - freshly baked on the day of dispatch
Delimann strawberry jam - made in small batches, winner of Great Taste Award
Rich clotted cream 113g - produced on a local farm and made with Jersey milk, extra creamy
Teonis Cinnamon Festive Cookies 300g - extra large sized festive favourites, made in Devon
Westcountry tea - 40 teabags in festively red box
2 Chocolate Coated Spanish Baby Figs - infused with chocolate mousse. Gold Taste Award
Seasons Greetings embossed gift tag - from the Gisella Graham collection
Packaged in a rustic gift box, with your own personal message.
(They also do a luxury version too priced at £25)
Delimann have kindly given me one of these hampers to give away in a competition. To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is:
Tell me which product or hamper from the Delimann website you would most like to receive this Christmas. I really like the look of Valentino’s Chocolate Pizza
- Answers can be left in the comments section of this post, on the Jam and Clotted Cream Facebook page or via Twitter (start tweet ’Delimann @jamandcream’).
- For an extra entry you can RT the competition on Twitter or share on Facebook – just let me know you have done so in the comments section of this post.
- Competition closes on 25th November at 5pm and is open to UK residents only.
Oh, and it goes without saying that I would strongly suggest putting the jam on the scone BEFORE the cream…..