Florists create the world’s first bouquet made out of cheese and biscuits

A florist has teamed up with innovative cheese specialists Norseland to create the world’s first bouquet made out of cheese and biscuits.

The bouquet, which consists of ten mini Jarlsberg cheeses, five packs of Peter’s Yard biscuits and the new edition of handmade straw chicks, was sculpted by the Oxfordshire florist and has an RRP of £30.

It also features stunning foliage including different varieties of eucalyptus, ruscus and thlaspi.

Lisa Harrison, Senior Brand Manager at Norseland said: “We were inundated with orders for Mother’s Day but also saw lots of customers asking for an Easter version.

“Working with Gail from Twigs & Twine, we decided to give it a twist with some beautiful chicks.

“This is definitely a great alternative to a chocolate egg for all cheese lovers out there.”

The bouquets will be available to buy via the Twigs & Twine website from 26 March, and will be delivered with the Jarlsberg Minis, Peter’s Yard Crackers and twine chicks in a separate cool bag for the customer to build their own bouquet.

Co Founder, Wendy Wilson Bett at Peter’s Yard comments: “We loved working on Norseland’s clever Mother’s Day cheese bouquet, and with such demand for an Easter version it was a no brainer to re-release them!”

Gail Robertson, Founder of Twigs & Twine adds: “I had no idea how crazy the Mother’s Day orders would be, I was up until 4.30am the day before finishing the bouquets! When Norseland approached me to make more for Easter I jumped at the chance, they’re such a brilliant idea and it’s great to be part of something so innovative.”


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