Betty’s Christmas chocolate box, £19.95. A festive array of irresistible pralines, creams, truffles and more, all made with our finest Swiss Grand Cru chocolate and hand-finished in exquisite detail. Presented in a box with a new design strap label featuring charming illustrations by Yorkshire artist Emily Sutton, this selection is perfect as a beautiful gift.
Black Tower fruity wine, available in 2 limited edition bottles. Germany’s most widely exported branded wine. A combination of selected white grape varietals from prime wine growing areas and careful vinification using the most modern methods with temperature controlled fermentation ensure Black Tower Fruity White is a highly enjoyable white wine
Also featuring in my decorations ideas, I couldn’t leave these out of this. Perfect for gin lovers, these 6 Pickerings gin baubles contain 5cl of gin each for £30. The marvellously mixed gin in spectacularly smooth, refreshing and flavoursome.
Opies fruits in alcohol, £8.99, are a fab alternative gift for secret santa, teachers or stocking filler. They have a variety to choose from including Christmas fruits with Courvoisier, Stem Ginger with Famous Grouse, Peaches with Courvoisier, Apricots with Grand Marnier, Baby Pears with Amaretto, Black Cherries with Kirsch, Ginger with Teachers Whisky, Blackberries with Gin and Baby Pears with Port.
Christmas beer crate, £42.50. Who wouldn’t love a festive wooden crate full of beer as a gift? Exclusive to Best of British Beer, the crate is handmade in the UK from sustainable pine and printed with a retro Christmas sweater design and the words Ho Ho Ho! The crate contains 9 x 500ml different bottles of British Beer, selected from their seasonal range. A gift note can also be added to the box.
Steenbergs organic curry gift box, £15.99, offers a variety of 8 organic curry mixes. They come in a Steenbergs signature kraft box with a clear outer lid. The curries include Balti Masala, Rogan Josh, Chana Masala, Tandoori Masala, Garam Masala, Sri Lankan Masala, Tikka Masala and Vegetable Curry.
John Whaite, Comfort: Food to Soothe the Soul cook book, £19.99 but when I last looked it was down to £13.59. John’s collection of enticing recipes will have you cooking up a comforting feast in your own home. Chapters are divided by comfort cravings and include Something Crunchy, Something Spicy, Something Pillowy, Something Cheesy and Something Sweet.
Taffy Mail subscription, starting at £7.49. Taffy Mail send out a selection of American sweets and treats on a monthly basis, you can sign up for a recurring monthly subscription or pay up front for a 3 month Christmas gift subscription. From Hershey’s to Runts, it is a great gift for someone with a sweet tooth.
Something different for cheese, £8.99. An exciting alternative to biscuits with cheese, this rich, crumbly, fruity cake is equally delicious with strong cheddar, tangy blue cheeses and mellow, ripe soft cheeses such as brie. An alternative to after dinner mints as a dinner party gift, (or just a little treat for yourself).