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Ice cream lovers are in for two new treats on stand FH182 at Scotlands Speciality Food Show. Scotch Bonnet Chilli and Mountain Thyme Ice are the latest ice cream flavours to be launched by the Clan Maxwell brand. These unique and intriguing flavours are part of the Clan Maxwell Ice Creams range which the Border ice cream company launched last year.
Scotch Bonnet Chilli and Wild Mountain Thyme ice creams along with the other flavours in the range - Real Strawberry made with real Scottish Strawberries, Vanilla and Chocolate will be available in 120ml distinctive Clan Maxwell Tartan pots and 4 Litre catering tubs.
The Scotch Bonnet Chilli is a tempting combination of hot and cold. A creamy blend of Maxwells milk with Scottish cream and chilli pepper. Wild Mountain Thyme Ice Cream will have you singing from the hills. A smooth and aromatic ice cream with a subtle hint of lemon. Both flavours are as delicious as they are intriguing.
The Maxwells of Doddington Dairy in the Scottish Borders are descendents of one of Scotlands great Border Clans. By combining the familys Scottish ancestry with the knowledge gained from three hundred years of dairy farming Clan Maxwell Ice Creams are a real treat. Each ice cream is made at the family farm near Berwick upon Tweed. Churned from milk from their very own herd and mixed with only the finest Scottish ingredients.
Already renowned for their multi award winning ice creams and unusual flavours, owner Neill Maxwell explains the background: We wanted to launch new flavours that were both unique and had synergy with Scotland. The flavours have been tested and Scotch Bonnet Chilli and Wild Mountain Thyme received very positive feedback.
The new flavours could not be more apt as it comes from a family with a fiery heritage. The Maxwells have long been one of the most powerful and respected families along the Scottish southwest border. Originally based at the Caerlaverock Castle on the Solway coast in Dumfriesshire the Clan Maxwell range serves as a reminder of the familys heritage.
Life at the farm in the Northumberland countryside is perhaps a little less turbulent but still just as busy. Neil and Jackie spend their days sourcing locally made and grown natural ingredients and hand crafting their ice cream for the rest of Britain to enjoy. And Neil is frequently seen out with his herd because this of course is where the Clan Maxwell Ice Cream really all begins.
For further information please contact Clan Maxwell on Tel. 01668 283010, 07968 381 674. email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.doddingtondairy.co.uk ENDS
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