Biscuit is one of the most beloved British tea time treats and has stood the test of time for hundreds of years. Whether it be the rich tea style crisp biscuit or the oat style hobnob, biscuits come in a range of different styles and recipes but their brilliance remains the same. Whether you enjoy them plain or with chocolate or other flavourings, they go great with a cup of tea that it is hard to imagine one without the other these days. Made from either sweetened or unsweetened ingredients, the biscuit originates back to as early as Persia in the 7th Century and became an important part of rations for the seafaring types following the middle ages. Adopted by the Americans as cookies, biscuits are both instantly recognisable and universally loved all over the world.

Biscuit fishing flavours can be quite strong and neutral, ideal if you don’t want anything too bold on your tackle. A balanced flavouring with notes of sweet underneath, the aroma for this one is quite neutral but strong enough for a distinct smell. Biscuit flavoured fishing concentrates are a great balanced component for making fish bait, including boilies, pop ups, ground bait additives and to add to spod mixes. If you are looking for something that is distinctive without being too overpowering in flavour or aroma then biscuit would make a great choice