- Black Pepper Wheaten Biscuits
- Original Cheddar Cheese Nibbles
- Rosemary & Thyme Cheddar Cheese Nibbles
- Original Oaten Biscuits
- Highland All Butter Shortbread
- Sicilian Lemon All Butter Shortbread
- Chocolate with Vanilla All Butter Shortbread
- Hazelnut & Cranberry Sweet Oaten Biscuits
- Biscuit Selection Tin
- Highland Shortbread Tin
- Sultana with Heather Honey Biscuits dipped in Dark Chocolate
- Orange Biscuits coated in Dark Chocolate
- Stem Ginger Biscuits coated in Dark Chocolate
Rosemary & Thyme Oaten Biscuits
Baked in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, these delightful crunchy biscuits are made with churned British butter, stone-ground oats harvested from Duchy Home Farm at Highgrove, and aromatic rosemary and thyme.
Oaten Biscuits With Rosemary & Thyme
Our Oaten biscuit was the original Duchy Original – it was our first product back in 1992. It’s a bit of a classic and still one of our best sellers.
Like any great idea, it’s also spawned its share of spin-offs and sequels. One of them is the Oaten biscuit with rosemary and thyme, which has a wonderful herby flavour.
Like our other biscuits, made from wheat it’s grown on UK organic farms, usually a traditional variety called Maris Widgeon – which grows unusually tall. As a result, it gives protection to native birds and insects while preventing weeds without the need for pesticides.
The wheat is sent to Shipton Mill, near Home Farm, where it’s stone-ground before being entrusted to our biscuit makers Walkers Shortbread, who’ve been making shortbread in the Scottish Highlands for over 100 years. What they don’t know about biscuits isn’t worth knowing.
Not only do they bake the biscuits, they are the people who helped us create and refine the original Oaten biscuit. That took us 18 months to get the final recipe – which is a lot of biscuit tastings. The result is the thin, crisp texture and a unique flavour balance that all our Oaten biscuits have.
Of course, all of this wouldn’t count for anything if the end product wasn’t worth the effort. Try some with cheese, though, and tell us they’re not delicious!