RHS announces new Kimm and Miller gifts range

by | Jul 27, 2017 | News, Products | 1 comment

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced the launch of a new RHS food gift range from long-standing licensee Kimm and Miller, a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of unique, high-quality gift products.

The new range, themed around snacks and beverages for gardeners, contains seven items. They are: a cheese board with two jars of chutney; a six-jar preserve selection in a garden-shed-shaped box; a coffee mug and biscuits set; a gardener?s flask and teabag set; a glass clip-lid jar containing a chocolate cookie mix; a set of three stacking boxes, containing teabags, fudge and fruit and lemon biscuits; and a teapot with tea bags.

The flask, mug and teapot, along with the packaging of the food items, are decorated with delightful illustrations of birds and flowers selected from the more than 25,000 superb images in the RHS Lindley Library, the world?s finest collection of botanical art.

The range will launch exclusively in supermarket giant Morrisons in November.

Formed in 2007, Kimm and Miller specialises in the design and manufacture of unique, high-quality licensed and bespoke gift products, in particular composite food gifts for the major high street and online retailers. Kimm and Miller has been an RHS licensee since 2008, supplying ranges of beautiful and desirable gifts, which are refreshed annually with new items and imagery.

William Pegg, brand manager, Kimm and Miller, commented: ?Our highly successful work with major licenses began with the RHS and this remains an inspirational brand to work with, boasting a unique style as well as an unmatched affection from lovers of gardens and gardening.?

Cathy Snow, licensing manager, RHS, said: ?Kimm and Miller has worked with the RHS for nine years and continues to produce beautiful, charming and high quality gifts. This is a wonderful range that will certainly delight any gardeners ? or lovers of gardens ? who take their tea and snack breaks seriously.?

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