There are so many Percy products sprung up in his 21 years but only one pack of veggie sweets which is a shame, come on M&S if you can do one bag without gelatine I'm sure you can do many more!
Having said that, I did spot this nice looking Percy pudding on their website which is veggie friendly.
Moving on to other recent purchases and that is Earl Grey tea bags. I am always on the quest for good quality EG tea bags for a quick, non ceremonial drink throughout the day. (coffee is my evening indulgence, tea gets me through the day).
This is my current stash.
Firstly and one of my favourites, alongside M&S EG (not pictured here), is Booths store own brand.
Booths are a wonderful chain of supermarkets mainly in Lancashire and the North West, with a few in the Yorkshire Dales. Their EG is very flavoursome and good value and comes in a pretty purple box, my favourite colour!
Here is a link to a tasty recipe from Booths website, I must try it, hence the link is mainly to remind myself.
Whilst I'm sharing things veggie, here is a link from a friend to another great source of veggie recipes
And one more
Back to the tea. It's good to be a bit healthier now and again with some green tea and this is a Taylors, very delicate EG green tea which doesn't taste too watery so I can about manage it.
I am a lovely of black and strong, flavoursome tea so lighter teas and green teas can be a bit of a struggle for me but this is ok.
Lastly, a new purchase and unopened so I can't comment yet but it's a Duchy EG in a nice stylish package. I hope my expectations aren't too high as it's a Duchy!