Calling all cat lovers! Here are your favorite felines on a tin filled with delicious Campbells petticoat shortbread. The tin itself measures 4 inches across and is 1.5 inches deep. Inside you will find two packets of shortbread, each with two rounds of buttery rich petticoat tails. A great little gift to put at each place at the table, tucked into a Christmas stocking, or when you need to give a little something! Everyone loves Scottish shortbread, and Campbells has been making it longer than anyone - since 1830. Jim Campbell, the current President is the 7th generation to run this small town bakery in Callander, nestled in the Trossachs in Perthshire. 4 oz.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Butter(30%), Sugar, Corn Flour, Full Cream Milk Powder, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate. Contains Milk, Wheat, Gluten. made in a nut-free facility, however, Campbell's cannot guarantee all ingredients come from nut-free sources.
Established in 1830, Campbells is the oldest shortbread company operating in Scotland. Their unique recipe has been passed down for seven generations in the quaint town bakery of Callander. You can taste the best natural ingredients in their shortbread, still made today in the rolling hills of the Trossachs. The best things never change!
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