Stocking-fillers, Marshmallow Art jars, New Irresistible Flavours and Louis Eliot Celebrates the Wonder of Winter Marshmallows
The country is going marshmallow mad, if the press and our ever-rumbling mixer is anything to go by. The Telegraph, The Times, The Sunday Times, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar and The Daily Mail have been full of superlatives about Cloud Nine over the past month.
If you want to give your family and friends an original, delicious treat for Christmas, or fill the end of their stockings with something luxurious, we have Cornish pixies on hand to ensure our Cloud Nine marshmallows will be delivered to your door within four days. They are also available at Selfridges, Rick Stein's Deli and Patisserie and The Eden Project. And they have just floated over the Irish Sea to Sligo.
Catching up with our award-winning Lemon Meringue and Double Raspberry flavours, are the new rich, Christmassy Spiced Cranberry and Chocolate, laced with Port and pictured above, and Salted Caramel Peanut, a favourite for many. The Peppermint Chocolate is a hit too.
We have also introduced beautiful, hand-blown, limited edition jars with images by Gavin Turk, Martin Parr and Briony Cloke, which can be filled with your choice of flavour, and come in a chic monochrome lidded box. For those who can't choose between them, there's an electronic Cloud Nine Gift Card instead.
If Phil Spector's Christmas Album evokes the best of Christmas for you as it does us, then you will love our special treat from Cloud Nine dragon and singer songwriter Louis Eliot on the Cloudninemarshmallows.co.uk homepage. It has a killer Nina Simone-style piano solo.
Twas Christmas broach'd the mightiest ale;
'Twas Christmas told the merriest tale;
A Christmas gambol oft could cheer
The poor man's heart through half the year.
Favourite Christmas lyric of the day:
'Does your granny always tell ya that the old songs are the best?
Then she's up and rock'n'rollin' with the rest' - Slade
So here it is - Merry Christmas!