Gluten Free Biscuits – made with butter, raw cane sugars, and pure orange extract.
Orange & dark chocolate biscuits, capturing flavours from the past. Handmade in Sussex.
Richard Fuller was a resident of Chichester between 1759 & 1842. In the south alley of Chichester Cathedral’s cloisters there are two wall monuments dedicated to Richard & members of his family. His cellar book & his daughter-in-law Maria’s book of recipes were the inspiration for Horsham Gingerbread's range of Chichester biscuits called Sussex Alberts.
Orange was a popular flavour in the Fuller household. The very first entry in Richard Fuller’s cellar book in 1819 was for orange wine. Oranges, along with chocolate, featured in many of his daughter-in-law Maria’s recipes.
Horsham Gingerbread use pure orange extract in these biscuits & hope you enjoy them as much as Richard clearly enjoyed his home produced wine, much of which he recorded as ‘drunk from the cask’. Gluten Free Biscuits – made with butter, raw cane sugars, and pure orange extract.
Horsham Gingerbread use pure, old fashioned ingredients like butter and raw cane sugars in all of their hand made gingerbreads and biscuits. Where possible, they include local or British grown ingredients. They do not use xanthan gum to replace the missing gluten – far too modern - black treacle and local honey work just fine for them!
Orders are usually ready within 3-days.
To ensure your order arrives fresh we will pack it in our environmentally friendly, compostable, insulated boxes, with ice packs. Our courier guarantees next-day delivery so you'll know exactly when to expect your parcel to arrive.
Free Local Delivery
Free local delivery within ~7 miles of our farm shop for orders over £10.
Delivery is free for all orders of £80 or more. All orders below £80 are charged at £11.
Unfortunately we cannot deliver to PO Boxes or to BFPO addresses due to the collection rules for these services.
Most orders will be ready to collect within 24h, we will contact you to confirm your order is ready to be picked up from the Farm Shop.