Our eleventh prize is a Gold Smokebox, worth £105 from Lambton & Jackson.
In the Gold Smokebox, we’ve added something really special to our acclaimed smoked salmon and smoked eel. First, there’s a chunky blockbuster of richly smoked cheddar that’s impossible to nibble controllably. Then there’s a whole exquisitely smoked mackerel, before we finish things off with a fruity bottle of English fizz from our friends at New Hall Vineyards. Spoiling someone you love seldom tastes this good.
Contains: Maldon Cure smoked salmon x 1 Pack (200g); Maldon Deep smoked salmon x 1 Pack (200g); Juniper smoked salmon x 1 Pack (200g); Kiln Roast smoked salmon x 2 Packs (200g); Oak smoked eel x 1 Pack (200g); Smoked Cheddar x 1 Block (900g); Smoked Mackerel x 1 Whole Fish & New Hall Vineyards Classic Brut x 1 Bottle (750 ml).
Over the years, Lambton & Jackson’s smoked products have featured on top menus in London, East Anglia and beyond. Their customers have included Michelin-starred restaurants supplying the likes of Marcus Wareing as well as world famous hotels and clubs. They’ve won multiple awards including Great Taste’s three stars and been crowned champions of the smoked seafood category at the Great British Food Awards.
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