Isn't Mother's Day really rather wonderful? A whole day dedicated to celebrating our Mums. Whether that's with a homemade card or breaksfast in bed. A walk on the beach or dinner out. There are lots of things you can do the most important is spending time with your Mum.
Daffodils like sunflowers are flowers that smile at you from the ground. Looking at them makes me happy, their bright vibrant yellow reminding us of the joy of spring.
Marks and Spencer handmade nougat is a real treat soft chewy nougat with fresh crisp hazelnuts and pistachios, are blended with English spring honey and dried sour cherries. You could enjoy it on a car trip with Mum for something to nibble or after dinner with coffee. I would even say you could have a bit at elevense.
This hummingbird tin filled with Scottish shortbread it vibrant and full of energy, Marks and Spencer have really chosen a winner with this colourful motif. I love that the tin can be used after the shortbread is long eaten, filled with buttons or bobins.
Bubbles are an essential part of any celebration - but don't whatever you do buy cheap and nasty one's - enjoy the light freshness of this Monticella DOCG Prosecco Jeroboam prosecco from Marks and Spencer. It is a fresh lemony and light aromatic wine with pear and gooseberry, apple and violet hints, the finish is dry. It is also available in a magnum bottle which is great fun, a party in a bottle, or so they say.
Craft 3 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc from Marks and Spencer is refreshing and light. Its a good Sauvignon Blanc - with a pink grapefruit and fruity palate that is not overly bitter on the palate. There are hints of the usual gooseberry and passionfruit, but its herby aroma makes this an interesting wine with a good texture.
I hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day.
That's it for now ...
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