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Luxury Treats to Make Christmas Special

4 minutes to readOct 22, 2019
Publisher - Great British Food Awards

Great British Food

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1. Thomas Fudge’s Salted Caramel Florentines, £3.50

Sink your teeth into layers of juicy fruit, crunchy almonds and sticky caramel in these irresistible florentines. The perfect festive treat!

2. Harvey Nichols Must Have Bags English Breakfast Teabags, £9.95

Christmas and hosting guests go hand in hand, so make sure your cupboards are stocked with great-quality tea bags for a comforting cuppa.

3. Lillypuds Christmas Pudding, £12.35

This premium pud is made from the finest apples and apricots, crunchy almonds, aromatic ginger and finished with a punch of ale and brandy.

4. Christmas Mini Musical Tin, £12.95

Chocolate and caramel shortbread that will delight your ears as well as your tastebuds! Twist the bottom of the tin to listen to a tinkling rendition of Jingle Bells while you munch on this buttery sweet treat.

5. Pucketts Pickles Puckalilli, £3.85

The perfect partner for a slice of Cheddar or slither of salty ham – this piccalilli has great British credentials, made with organic cider vinegar, English mustard and local vegetables.

6. Roots & Wings Cranberry Sauce with Orange and Spices, £2.50

A sweet and zingy condiment that will take your roast turkey to the next level. The complex flavours of zesty oranges, cinnamon, ginger and allspice will really get you in the festive mood.

7. The Garlic Farm Horseradish Mustard with Garlic, £3.95

Slather this punchy sauce over tender roast beef for a flavour sensation. It works particularly well in sandwiches, too.

8. Ross & Ross Roast Potato Oil, £4.95

This silky rapeseed oil is infused with smoked rosemary and garlic will produce your best ever roasties.

9. Whittard Rocky Road Hot Chocolate, £7

An intensely sweet drink that no chocolate lover could resist. Top your drink with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkling of marshmallows for a delightfully decadent experience.

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