Enjoy a cracking Bonfire Night with the Woodsman Whisky limited edition kit.

Billed as the ultimate at-home hamper, the Bonfire Night Woodsman whisky kit offers everything you need to make S’mores – a popular, American fireside treat.

The Woodsman S’more Kits contain marshmallows, biscuits and chocolate spread – along with all the tools needed to make a delicious Woodsman Maple Syrup Old Fashioned.

And, because it wouldn’t be Bonfire Night without these, the bespoke box will include some sparklers.

Only 30 of the kits will be made and the brand are giving their Instagram fans a chance to get their hands on them.

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To win, users simply need to follow The Woodsman on Instagram and comment on the post with who they’d be sharing a s’more and Old Fashioned with this Bonfire night.

Kenny Nicholson, Head of Modern Spirits at Whyte & Mackay, said: “Bonfire Night kicks off the winter season with a bang and what better way is there to spend a nippy November night than huddled around a fire with friends, a gooey s’more and a delicious drink of The Woodsman?

“We can’t think of one, which is why we decided to create these limited-edition kits to help our fans enjoy Bonfire Night in style.

“So while you remember, remember the 5th of November, also remember to tag your mates by 30th October to be in with a chance of winning one of these one-of-a-kind boxes!”

The S’more Kits release is the latest activity in a busy year for The Woodsman. They kicked off 2019 by touring The World’s First Old Fashioned Cocktail Vending Machine around the UK, before creating a Father’s Day toolbox containing all the tools dads need to make a whisky cocktail.

In summer they hand-crafted bar stools to give away at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, guaranteeing punters a seat on the busiest weekend of the festival and, in September, partnered with superstar barber, Hayden Cassidy, to offer free haircuts and cocktails in Underbelly London’s Southbank location.

The S’mores kit competition opens at midday on Wednesday 23 October and closes midday Wednesday 30 October. Terms & Conditions apply.

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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