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6 of the Best Festive Food Hampers

Publisher - Great British Food Awards
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Dec 01, 2020
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From artisan chocolate to Scottish charcuterie, there are hampers for all tastes and budgets

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East Coast Cured Savoury Sharing Hamper, £50

Edinburgh charcuterie maker East Coast Cured has teamed up with some of its favourite local producers to introduce a set of hampers in the run up to Christmas. We love the Savoury Sharing Hamper, which is packed the producer’s award-winning cured meats, plus marinated olives, moreish cheese sablés, handmade Scottish oatcakes and a savoury onion marmalade. All the hampers are hand-packed with care with everything wrapped in tissue paper and presented in box hand-tied with ribbon. Customers can have hampers made up to order.

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Welsh Food & Drink Boxes, from £20

A host of small Welsh food and drink producers have come together to create a unique range of gift boxes and hampers showcasing their finest food and drink. Bursting with fine food and drink from Wales, the gift boxes and hampers cater for sweet and savoury-lovers alike – along with a few tipples and treats. Available in an assortment of sizes and prices, they are sure to suit all pockets and tastes. Our pick is the Luxury Welsh Food & Drink Christmas box, which includes Gower Cottage Brownies’ amazing Brownie Butter, Halen Mon Sea Salt and a selection of tasty liqueurs from Aber Falls Distillery.

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Betty’s A Gourmet Christmas Adventure Hamper, £260

If you’re really looking to push the boat out this Christmas, how about this stunning hamper from Yorkshire tea room Bettys? The Gourmet Christmas Adventure Hamper (£260) is a magnificent collection of the store’s finest specialities, including Christmas fruitcake, Yorkshire gingerbread, a large Christmas pudding and a carefully curated selection of wines and craft ales drawn from the shop’s dual Yorkshire and continental heritage. There are also tonnes of different hampers and boxes available at lower prices points, starting at just £10.

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Hotel Chocolat The Absolute Classics Hamper, £85

This is a Christmas hamper to satisfy all your festive cocoa desires, containing six of Hotel Chocolat’s most loved products: classic hot chocolate flakes, a bottle of Chocolat Cream liqueur, 40% Milk Chocolate Batons, Classic Chocolate Macaroons, Pink Champagne Truffles and a Everything Sleekster box of 27 classic chocolates.

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Brindisa’s New Year’s Eve Box, £100

Looking for something a bit more exotic and sun-drenched this Christmas? Brindisa Foods has a collection of beautifully curated hampers filled with the finest Spanish fare for all special occasions. Each hamper is carefully hand-picked by founder Monika Linton to celebrate the best of Spain. Our pick is the New Year’s Eve Box (£100), the perfect accompaniment to see in the new year, or just for a decadent night in. Inside you’ll find exquisite charcuterie, olives, cheese, savoury snacks and two bottles of Cava Mas Macia Brut. Final Hamper orders must be placed for delivery on the 21st December 2020.

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Oppo Gift Card & Tasting Kit Gift Box, from £45

A deliciously different gift for an ice cream lover, The present consists of a gift box with a personalised message inside, an Oppo Gold Tasting Spoon and ice cream tasting notes, along with codes for either 1, 2 or 3 months’ worth of ice cream (depending on the value of the gift) delivered straight to their door. Once signed up they will be able to select the six tubs they receive each month and there’s something to satisfy all tastebuds and dietary requirements, including Cinnamon Crunch, Maple Walnut, the new Caramel Chocolate Crunch or dairy-free Simply the Zest.

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