This combination is a perfect celebration of the natural and man made wonders of food. Four of our light as a feather raisin dotted scones (individually wrapped) are offered with a jar of delicious clover honey. Our scones have been a mainstay of our retail stores for decades and nare a day goes by that they are not on our shelf . These fragile fresh Scottish scones are a legacy of a Scottish baker who came our way in the 40's, 50's and 60's. This recipe has been faithfully repeated ever since Scotty made that first batch so long ago and has delighted countless generations of our neighbors. We have never enjoyed them more than when they have been warmed, split open and spread with our wonderful clover honey.
Ships by USPS Priority Mail to ensure the freshness of the scones.
This is the purest form of honey and the wax-comb is completely edible. Comb-honey is cut and spread on scones with the comb-wax, adding a texture and all the health benefits of this nearly magical gift of nature.
Our feather-light raisin-studded scones are one of the signature products in our retail stores. Scottish in origin, our scones recipe came to us in the 1940s from a maritime Scottish baker /chef who we had the good sense to hire! His legacy lives on in these scones to this day. (individually wrapped).
Comb-honey is a seasonal product so be sure to stock up when available.
A charming remembrance of this celebration for a mature son or daughter of Erin! Nestled on this bread basket are four individually wrapped, light as a feather, raisin studded scones, a tin of our Willamette Peppermint Tea and a jar of our Orange Marmalade.
In every bakery world cultures collide and customs are absorbed. Our feather-light raisin-studded scones are one of the signature products in our retail stores. They have been part of our menu almost as long as we have been making our Scaletta bread. Scottish in origin, our scones recipe came to us in the 1940s from a maritime Scottish baker /chef who we had the good sense to hire! His legacy lives on in these scones to this day. Individually wrapped.