Pringles dipper tray held in the MODIP collection

pringlessssssWe have acquired a limited stock of this iconic branded dipper tray which was produced in 2007 by and for Pringles snacks (Procter & Gamble).

It is a design classic and one of these trays is held by The Museum of Design in Plastics at the Arts University Bournemouth.

The stylish red plastic tray has two curved sections to hold the snacks and three center compartments for the dips.

It is Ideal for parties or gatherings with friends.

Brand new

Height 80 mm, width 270 mm, depth 200 mm


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Price: £5.00

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Puerh – celebrity wonder tea – Orange sack

Puerh is a large leafed tea from the Yunnan province in China and has become famous as a medicinal wonder tea. It is favoured by Celebrities and is a purported aid to weight loss and healthy living. The earliest record of puerh tea dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618AD-906AD) when it was the drink of nobleman.

The tea derives its name from the market town of Pu-er, where it was originally processed and sold. It is said that the unique taste of puerh tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tealeaves by horseback to the town to be processed. During this transportation period the tealeaves would begin to ferment in the humidity and release a strong, fragrant aroma, which is how the Pu’er tea was created.

Beeton and Brown offer a specially imported selective and vibrant mixture of 23 compressed RAW (brew amber in colour) and RIPE (brew reddish purple in colour) aged teacakes from the Yunnan province,China. Each 4-gram infuser sized teacake has been mixed with subtle flower flavourings including rose, chrysanthemum, osmanthus, ginseng bud, Sanchi flower, jasmine, peach flowers, lotus, medlar, and chengpi.

Each tea has been individually wrapped for slower fermentation and are packaged in delightfully embroidered coloured cotton sacks.

Price: £9.50

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Puerh – celebrity wonder tea – Purple sack

Puerh is a large leafed tea from the Yunnan province in China and has become famous as a medicinal wonder tea. It is favoured by Celebrities and is a purported aid to weight loss and healthy living. The earliest record of puerh tea dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618AD-906AD) when it was the drink of nobleman.

The tea derives its name from the market town of Pu-er, where it was originally processed and sold. It is said that the unique taste of puerh tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tealeaves by horseback to the town to be processed. During this transportation period the tealeaves would begin to ferment in the humidity and release a strong, fragrant aroma, which is how the Pu’er tea was created.

This vibrant mixture of 23 compressed RAW (brew amber in colour) and RIPE (brew reddish purple in colour) aged teacakes come from the Yunnan province,China. Each 4-gram infuser sized teacake has been mixed with subtle flower flavourings including rose, chrysanthemum, osmanthus, ginseng bud, Sanchi flower, jasmine, peach flowers, lotus, medlar, and chengpi.

Each tea has been individually wrapped for slower fermentation and are packaged in delightfully embroidered coloured cotton sacks.

Price: £9.50

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Recipes for Ice Lollies: And Other Fruity Frozen Treats

Nothing is as refreshing than an icy treat straight from the freezer. Home-made lollies, granitas and water ices made with fresh fruit are both a healthy and budget-friendly option and here you’ll find plenty of fun ideas for the whole family.

Easy recipes for lickable ICE LOLLIES include Cranberry and Orange Lollies; Mango, Berry and Passion fruit Lollies; and Maple Peach Frozen Yogurt Squares.

The Iced Strawberry Hearts; Mini Honey Kiwi Cups; and Mixed Berry and Citrus Cones are delicious.

Thirst-quenching GRANITAS & WATER ICES such as  Pomegranate Granita; Watermelon Granita; and Blood Orange water ice are simple to make.

Sophisticated SORBETS & SHERBETS include a Chilli-lime Sorbet; Blueberry and Lemon Sorbet; or an Apricot and Grape Sherbet. With simple equipment, minimum effort and the recipes in this book you can create colourful, delicious frozen treats at home to enjoy all year round.

New hardback 64 pages. Size 190mm x 190mm.

Price: £5.00

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