The brand is renowned for its personalised gifting offering and design-led collections, which are launched seasonally. With the tagline, ‘why send flowers when you can send Biscuiteers?’, the brand offers thoughtful and special gifts for every occasion and has developed a seamless experience from purchase to delivery, trusted by its loyal customers. Based in Wimbledon, South London, Biscuiteers retains a distinct British feel. Uniquely positioned as an artisan business working at scale, each biscuit is hand-iced by artists at the Ministry of Biscuits. This purpose-built head office and bakery ices over two million biscuits each year. Biscuiteers also has two popular Biscuit Boutiques in London’s Notting Hill and Belgravia. At both Icing Cafés adults and children alike can learn how to ice like a Biscuiteers at the ‘School of Icing’. Along with the much-loved biscuit gifts, you can enjoy afternoon tea, drinks and patisserie cakes, as well as commissioning bespoke biscuits and cakes. Entrepreneur Harriet Hastings co-founded Biscuiteers with her husband, Stevie Congdon, with the mission to offer a more unique, stylish and personalised gifting solution. They are also Co-Directors of leading London events company, Lettice. Harriet and Stevie have been recognised as ‘tastemakers’ in the Evening Standard The Power 1000 - London's most influential people, Harriet also won the Aphrodite Award at the 2018 NatWest Everywoman Awards. The corporate arm of the business creates beautiful bespoke biscuits for prestigious brands, used for product launches, events, client gifts. Corporate clients include Yves Saint Laurent, Cartier, Christian Dior and Net-a-Porter. Biscuiteers also holds the license for Paddington, Mr Men, Beatrix Potter, The Snowman and Monopoly. In addition to direct sales, the brand is stocked in leading retailers including Selfridges and Harvey Nichols.