New Years Food & Drink

As fast as it came, old year 2017 is now passing the torch to new year 2018. What better way to ring in the new year than the British way? Here are a few ideas for nibbles and drinks at your New Year’s Eve party to help ring in the new year, British style!

 

Jacob’s Twiglets

This holiday classic is loved by many. A wholegrain snack that is baked and never fried. They are designed to look like little twigs with the delicious flavor of Marmite. Serve them up at your New Year’s Eve party.

Jacob's Twiglets - 1.58oz (45g)

Schweppes Bitter Lemon

A rare mixer in the United States but very common in the UK! Bitter lemon is a zingy combination of lemon and quinine. Goes well with gin and other cocktails. Try in your favorite alcoholic beverage or on its own!

 

Schweppes' Bitter Lemon - .33fl. (1L)

Jacob’s Afternoon USA Tin

Over two pounds of your favorite plain and milk chocolate biscuits, all in one tin! Set out a platter of these at your New Year’s party and your guests will be asking all about them.

Jacobs USA Tin - 2.2lb (1000g)

Ribena

A new way to toast a happy and healthy new year, try serving a pitcher of Ribena, made from British blackcurrants and loaded with vitamin C. Sweet and tart for everyone to enjoy! Try mixing with unflavored seltzer water for a sparkling blackcurrant drink.

Iced Tea by Shangri La - Natural Black Brew Bags

Branston Pickle

A truly great party is not truly great without Branston pickle. Make Branston and Cheese sandwiches using Branston Pickle and cheese (English cheddar or a mature cheese). Cut them into small pieces or make them into sliders! There are limitless possibilities with Branston!

Branston Pickle - 18.3oz (520g)

No matter what you do, be sure to have a safe and Happy New Year! We look forward to having you with us in the coming year. Happy 2018!

 

-CD

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