Scottish charcuterie, East Coast Cured, has introduced a set of hampers as part of its offerings online and in-store this autumn, as it prepares itself and customers for a Christmas like no other.
Expanding on its range of dry cured meats, East Coast Cured has brought out a new range of hampers filled with its own dry-cured meats and other treats from local producers.
The hampers start at £25 for the smallest size, which boasts a selection of the charcuterie’s award-winning salamis, with the most expensive hampers being the Savoury Sharing Hamper (priced at £50) and the Sweet and Savoury Hamper (£55).
In the Savoury Sharing Hamper, you’ll find treats from brands like Galloway Lodge, Pea Green Boat and Barnett - with East Neuk of Fife oatcakes tucked in alongside Cheese Sables.
The Sweet and Savoury Sharing Hamper offers a perfect treat for sweet-toothed customers, with Scottish sweet treats on offer such as shortbread from The Shortbread House and two chocolate bars from The Chocolate Tree.
Hampers will be stocked in store at East Coast Cured’s location at 3 Restalrig Rd, Edinburgh EH6 8BB as well as on their website at www.eastcoastcured.com.
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