Monday, 7 July 2014

Sunday Treat: Tipsy Mallows

Tipsy Mallows recently opened up near to where I live and I've been meaning to stop by for like....ages!  When passing I'm always drawn to the very pretty window display.


Tipsy Mallows was set up by mother and daughter team, Michelle & Rachel Kelso. They initially researched and experimented making mallows with different flavours and liqueurs and before long Tipsy Mallows was born.

The mallows are delicious, light and fluffy and are available in a wide range of flavours (£1.50 each). We chose Gin & Elderflower and Tequila Sunrise.  They came with a pair of scissors to cut them into manageable mouth sized pieces (or you can take away if you can't eat it all at once...as if).



The mallows can be bought for weddings, events, celebrations or just because.. You can see more info here.  You can buy in boxes of 8 (£10 - choose 2 flavours), 12 (£15 - choose 3 flavours) and 16 (£20 - choose 4 flavours). P&P costs are extra and are couriered by Friday of each week.  I can highly recommend them!

Flavours include: Kir Royale, French Martini, Amaretto, Chocolate Baileys, JD & Coke (hubby is fancying this one!), Pimms, Irn Bru, Caramel Shortbread, Earl Grey & Carmelised Lemon and Chai Latte to name a few.  See more flavours available here.  If you have a favourite drink or cocktail Tipsy Mallows can re-create it for you - just get in touch with them.

We also had Bubble Tea (me) and Chocolate Milkshake. The milkshake came in a milk bottle and was rich and very chocolatey. For my Bubble Tea I chose Jasmine Tea, Coconut with Mango Tapioca Pearls.  I loved it.


Tipsy Mallows also stock a wide range of luxury chocolates and other sweet things, macarons and meringues - know where I'm going next time I need an edible present.



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Tipsy Mallows
230 High Street
Portobello
Edinburgh EH15 2AU

2 comments:

  1. Wow! That looks like a lovely place. I will definitely add it to my Edinburgh list for when I eventually do visit!

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    1. Would highly recommend! If you are coming to town I can give you some suggestions! x

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