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Hebridean Baker Heather Honey Shortbread

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This small-batch baked Heather Honey shortbread is light, crisp, and bursting with flavour. Pairing a classic shortbread recipe with the Scottish Bee Company's delightfully fragrant Scottish Heather Honey, this is a little taste of luxury evoking the wild Scottish outdoors. Enjoy with a cup of tea, coffee, or even on its own as a moreish snack. 

Created in collaboration between Stag Bakeries and the Hebridean Baker.

Weight 150g, contains a minimum of 8 Shortbread Biscuits.


Wheat flour [calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin], Margarine [palm oil, rapeseed oil, water, salt, emulsifier: E475, colour: E100; E160b, flavourings], Butter [milk], Sugar, Rice flour, Scottish Heather honey (5.5%), Blossom honey (5.5%).

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Orders of £35 or more qualify for free delivery. All UK deliveries are dispatched via DPD and Yodel. Standard delivery takes 2-4 working days and costs £4.00. While Express delivery takes 1-2 working days and costs £5.00. Please note our express delivery excludes the Scottish Highlands and Islands, Channel Islands and Northern Ireland. Our shipping service to the Scottish Highlands and Islands takes 2-4 working days and costs £10. Your items will be dispatched on the same day if you order prior to Midday (Mon to Fri). 

If you do not receive your order in 5 working days of ordering please contact us at

    Hebridean Baker Heather Honey Shortbread
    Hebridean Baker Heather Honey Shortbread

    • Supporting Pollinators

      10p from every unit sold is donated to our sister charity, repollinate, which aims to increase pollination through education programmes and wildflower projects.


      All of our packaging is recyclable making it an excellent environmentally responsible choice.


      All gift packaged products come with a FREE packet of wildflower seeds for the recipient to sow. Wildflowers are an important source of forage for bees and other pollinators so every pack sown helps to boost the pollinator population.