Review of the Biscuit Baron.

Hey readers,


There are so many different subscriptions to chose from if want to see something exciting in the post every month. However, have you heard of The Biscuit Baron, well if not let me tell you it is something little bit different.

The biscuit Baron is a subscription box that provides biscuits from different countries every month. The company knows that biscuits are a love for British people and they want to explore further with how different countries like their biscuits.

What does the subscription box contain?

  • 5-8 full-size packets of biscuits (with one savory option included).
  • A score chart to rate each biscuit on a scale from 1-10, a great activity to do with family or friends.
  • A fact sheet with information from the country and a little bit of history.


There are several opinions you can just from a one-off plan with no renewal to 1,3,6 or 12-month subscription plan. Subscription boxes start from £15 per box, coming down to £13.33 for long-term plans and that includes the delivery in that price as well.

My verdict.

At first, I thought it was a bit expensive but then I thought of other subscription boxes and what you get in them (some of the miniature items) this was good value. I received five items and them full size as well so I thought it was a great way to try out new foods from different countries with a twist.

I like the fact that you get some new information from the country and I really had great fun scoring the biscuits on the chart with the family.

I liked the different varieties so you got a mix including savory. My children got to try something new and learn something about the country of Italia.

They would make a fun Christmas present and something different for someone to try.

This is what the box looks like with all the items included in the Italian box.


Ringo Cookies.

A cookie that is a two-toned biscuit with a creamy filling that is packed full of energy but not too heavy. Brilliant texture for dunking and would make a great afternoon snack after school.

Testing out the duckability and get 100% perfetto!


I think these biscuits were popular, the taste was beautiful with the lemon flavour and the texture was soft and crumbly, beautiful!


Biscuit galore!

Pan Di Stelle.

These biscuits are a cute design. Pan Di Stelle translates to Starry Bread. They go really well with a glass of milk because they taste of cocoa and hazelnut and a chocolate pastry.


Millefoglie is a multilayered pastry with a sweet topping, funny enough it works really well dunking in a glass of milk and when dunked keeps the firmness without breaking apart.

Taralli Pizza Style.

These are the savory item. They are small ring-shaped products with twisted ends typical for the southern regions. They had a lovely herby flavour though for me personally a bit too salty for my tastes. That being said my boys absolutely loved them.


These biscuits are beautiful in flavour with the almond and have a lovely firm texture to them. They go perfectly with a perfect with a coffee.

Finally here is what the rating card for the biscuits below.


Cheers for reading X

I have gifted a subscription box in exchange for a review. However, all opinions expressed are entirely my own

35 thoughts on “Review of the Biscuit Baron.

    1. I’ve subscribed to this box for a while now, since February I think, and the minimum they send you is 5 although some months I’ve had as many as 8. Think it just depends on the price they can get them at. Pretty sure the Italy one had 6 though.

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  1. I can’t think of anything better than a biscuit subscription box! They all look very tasty and I like that they added something savory too. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.

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  2. I’ve never heard of this but I love the idea that you can try biscuits from different countries. Actually, what I love best is that you can get biscuits delivered directly to your door! What’s not to love about that? #kcacols


  3. Oh I really want some biscuits now!! The lemon ones look particularly delicious! I like the idea of testing and scoring. Not so sure about long-term subscription, as I suspect the ‘best’ countries would be the first 5 or so… Funnt idea though, and I enjoyed reading your review x

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    1. We have subscribed since February of this year and each month has been great. Obviously some months better than the others but that’s just down to our preferences I think and not down to some months being better as everyone gets the same.

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