• As featured in Vogue

    Shop Now

    Follow us on instagram!

    Each Biscottilicious is handmade by Charu with three layers of love.

    1. Coating, the biscotti is enveloped in an artful coating of delectable array of the world's finest sourced nuts.

    2. Chocolate, each Biscotti is meticulously
    hand-coated in luscious Belgian chocolate
    3. The Base, a revolutionized infused with exotic nuts and complemented by an array of enticing flavours which compliment the outer coating

    Oh, so Delicious

    Biscottilicous are the best biscotti I have ever tasted. If you are looking for the perfect gift they offer a beautiful range of luxury biscotti that look amazing and taste delicious.  Buyer Daylesford.

    Charu with Lady Bamford, founder of Daylesford

    Our customers loved discovering the Biscottilicious flavors, especially the salted caramel one. A big thank you to Charu for her reactivity! lespetitsmoments

    Today I bought these from an incredibly friendly and helpful lady in Harrods. She had such enthusiasm for this product I couldn't help but try it. These are one of the most delicious treats I have ever tasted! I had to buy the Salted Caramel Crunch because I couldn't face the idea I might not get the chance again. Well worth the trip to London... but I'm delighted there's a website! Jo Mcloughlin

    Frequently asked questions

    • Shelf life ?

      We give minimum 4 weeks shelf life. If quantity is big then can give up to 6 months.

    • Do they all have nuts ?

      Yes . All biscottis are made of nuts.

    • What is a biscotti?

      Traditionally known also as cantucci are Italian almond biscuits that originated in the Tuscan city of Prato. They are twice-baked, oblong-shaped, dry, crunchy,[1] and may be dipped in a drink, traditionally Vin Santo.

    • Why are these biscottis so expensive?

      Biscottilicious biscottis go through 4 to 5 stages in making 1 biscotti. They are all hand made. Every attention to detail is adhered to when producing that 1 delcious biscottilicious .

    • How come Biscottilicious biscottis are not hard when traditionally biscottis are a hard biscuit?

      These are not to be dunked and they are kind to the teeth because of the ingredients we use.

    • How would you recommend eating them?

      High tea
      After dinner party desserts
      Sprinkled on ice cream and served with a shot of espresso.
      As canape with champagne
      Cheese board
      Made into milkshakes.

    • Do they have gluten


    • Are they vegan?


    • Do they have dairy?