Win an artisan hamper courtesy of Visit Jersey!
Be in with a chance of winning this fabulous artisan hamper, full of great Jersey products courtesy of Visit Jersey.
Enjoy a little taste of Jersey!
This hamper has been created locally at Maison La Mare, located in the market town of St Helier and the retail outlet to La Mare Wine Estate. La Mare is Jersey’s local distillery and vineyard, producing wines and a variety of spirits… but it also makes lots of other yummy products too, such as ‘Jersey Black Butter’. A traditional farmhouse delicacy that has a strong provenance with the island from when large amounts of the islands land was apple orchards. It can be served as a savory or a sweet treat, and really has a unique taste.
The iconic ‘Jersey Cow’ has been lovingly captured by local artist Rosemary Blackmore, and is featured on many of the products in the hamper. Enjoy some tea time delights, which are all baked by La Mare, with a freshly brewed “Café au Lait”, (they’re a little bit French too, you know), from resident coffee roasters Coppers Coffee who have been trading from King Street, St Helier since 1890!
Also included are some beautifully crafted Florentines, and some premium dark chocolate, and don’t miss the cheeky little Monkey chocolate.
To win this beautiful and tasty hamper, worth £100, all you have to do is enter our prize draw below
And don’t forget to check out The Channel Islands Heritage Festival which honors the islands’ timeless relationship with the sea. Featuring events that celebrate the launch of the Jersey National Park, The 80th Anniversary of the National Trust for Jersey as well as the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Victor Hugo’s Toilers of the Sea.
Find out more at www.visitchannelislands.com
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