Honesty Picnic Boxes: Crumble & Spice

An enchanting autumnal picnic for one, perfect for point-to-point racing, heading out for a bracing walk or as a gift for a friend. Packaged beautifully into three little boxes like the Honesty Afternoon Tea for Two Picnic Box  but with a more rustic feel. A range of options is available for those with specific dietary requirements.

Honesty provides wine, beer and sparkling wine by request, as well as homemade cordials of the season.The boxes come complete with disposable napkins and cutlery.

How to Order

The Honesty Crumble & Spice Picnic Box (£15 – for one) and the Honesty Afternoon Tea Picnic Box (£30 – for two) and can be ordered from the friendly staff in any of our local coffee shops:

Honesty Inkpen (RG17 9QR), Honesty Kingsclere (RG20 5ND) and Honesty Lambourn (RG17 8XL)

Or  you can email catering@honestygroup.co.uk or ring 01488 668 325 and ask for Rory

Please note: we politely request 48 hours notice in order to produce your picnic box. Picnic boxes can be collected from any of our locations. Deliveries are made by special arrangement

Honesty Crumble & Spice Picnic Box


A feast for one, your picnic box will contain:

A Malted Grain Bap

We use freshly baked malted grain baps from our traditional bakery in Greenham Park. We spread them with our homemade horseradish sauce and generously fill them with thinly sliced roast beef. Finally they are topped with pickled cucumber from our store and come on a bed of fiery rocket.



img_2983Our pork pies are filled with our secret pork mince recipe and  made using classic hot water pastry without any emulsifiers!

This box also comes with a little pot of our chutney, pickle or relish of the season, which will also be available to purchase at any of our locations.

The last item is our very own invention and is incredibly popular. A picnic pasty made with homemade puff pastry and filled with a spicy seasonal vegetable mix.




Cake & Dessert

Our lemon and pistachio bundt was so popular in the summer that we have included an orange and rosemary bundt here. For the colder months we have turned a classic apple and blackberry crumble turned into a little slice. Sprinkled with a pinch of cinnamon it is sure to warm the spirits and the tummy!

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