- Original hand pulled screen print
- 2 colours
- Image size: 10x10 cm on 15 x 15 cm paper
- Heritage White 315 gsm paper
- Edition of 50
Bourbon biscuits, a delicious chocolate sandwich biscuit of two thin dark chocolate biscuits with a chocolate buttercream filling. First made in 1910 by Peek Freans in Bermondsey, London, when they were known as Creola biscuits. The Bourbon name came from the French Royal House of Bourbon. It is apparently the fifth favourite biscuit in the UK for dunking into your mug of tea. The eight small holes are to allow the steam to escape when baking so the biscuits don't break, which would be disastrous when baking.
Signed and numbered on the front at the bottom.
Orders are carefully wrapped and protected by thick card and posted in a bubble protected envelope, despatched by Royal Mail Special next day delivery signed and tracked within three days, usually quicker.