When I received an email from Walkers Shortbread asking if I'd be willing to partner with them for their holiday blogger program I knew I had to say yes. My family is obsessed with Walkers Shortbread. I mean, what's not to love about the pure, buttery, sugary goodness that is shortbread?
Walkers Shortbread was founded in 1898 and is still a family-owned company. In addition to shortbread, they also make a variety of cookies, cakes, oatcakes and puddings. They export these products to more than 80 countries, but all their products are baked in the villages of Aberlour and Elgin in the Scottish Highlands. Most importantly, there are no artificial flavorings, colorings or additives.
As part of this program I received samples of Shortbread Petticoat Tails, Assorted Shortbreads, Festive Shapes, Mini Stars, Mini Mincemeat Tarts and Stem Ginger Cookies. I brought a few of each to my parent's house for brunch and the five adults sampled the various treats. Unfortunately, Walkers Shortbread says their products aren't suitable for people with nut allergies, which is a real shame because that means Baby Girl couldn't partake.
As part of the holiday blogger program, Walkers is offering my readers 20% off their products (excluding sale items). Just enter promo code #THCHOLIDAY on the Walkers website. The code expires December 19, 2013.
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Disclaimer: I received free samples of Walkers Shortbread. I was not paid to write this review and all opinions are my own.