As you know last week we tried some delicious sourced locally Christmas treats from the Co-op including a sparkling rose from Shawsgate Vineyard that won East Anglian wine of the year 2015 and this week I just wanted to share with you a few more locally sourced products that you could try over the festive period.
In my local co-op we have lots of locally produced Christmas products stocked, things like chutney, jams, honey, mince pies, chocolate, tea, christmas spiced juice, cakes, hot chocolate, meat pies, wine, ale, cider plus much more.
During the summer I tried a gorgeous cherry wine that I bought from the Co-op and while I was shopping this weekend I spotted a strawberry wine from the same winery (Broadlands), and let me tell you it is delicious. The Riverbank Bakery in Norfolk have a lovely chocolate, raisin and cherry cake on offer. It has a real christmas cake taste and is great for those who don't really like a traditional christmas cake. We also tried a spiced apple juice made for co-op in Suffolk and it is lovely. We even have locally produced tea, which surprised me as I have never seen it before.
The Co-op has a full range of treats that are sourced locally. Why not pop in and have a look.
*We were provided with Co-op vouchers for the purpose of this post. Our thoughts and opinions are entirely our own.