Apparently you can eat them cold straight from the tub. Glam.
Which is practically a steal when you consider that Prince William might have been near this marmalade.
Honestly it would feel like a waste to dunk them in your tea.
A 530g bag is £8.50 and they probably still taste like cornflakes.
Who knew you could bankrupt yourself with spotted dick sponge.
Looks like a regular scotch egg to me, even if it is from Fortnum and Mason.
£12.95 OH MY GOD HOW. IT'S LITERALLY JUST JAM.
This fancy chutney would set you back the same amount of money as a posh pint in London.
These upper class sweeties are the same price as 10 bags of regular Jelly Babies from Tesco.
For £3.95 you could get 160 Tetley teabags, or 25 Fortnum & Mason ones.
Apparently it's made on a farm!
And it comes in a nice bottle.
Imagine how broke you'd be after catering a whole pincic from Fortnum & Mason.
As if children can even tell the difference.
At least they'll get you drunk.
At least we know the bees are probably getting the living wage.