Looking for the best Christmas food hamper? Read on for the best gourmet food hampers…
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Best Foodie Hampers for Christmas
Budget foodie hampers
Join the BeerBods beer club, one of the original beer subscription services, to receive a box of 8, 16, 24 or 48 craft beers to your door. The perfect gift for your favourite beer geek, the hamper includes a weekly email with tasting notes for the beer of the week, along with a live online tasting session every Thursday, so the gift keeps on giving well after Christmas Day.
Mid-range foodie hampers
Chocolate lovers rejoice! This indulgent hamper will keep them going well past the festive season. Stocked with dark chocolate slabs, hot chocolate flakes and salted caramel puddles, plus plenty more, this collection is manna for those with a sweet tooth.
Swap Santa’s brandy and Rudolph’s carrot for a glass of fizz and gingerbread biscuit this year. Beautifully packaged in a reusable tin, these delicately iced twice-baked biscuits look great and will keep, unopened, for up to five months.
Give your Christmas a Mediterranean twist with this Italian-inspired hamper. Packed with speciality foods, from pungent white truffle oil to indulgent pistachio cream, this set will take your Italian cooking to the next level.
Blow-out foodie hampers
We wouldn’t mind being snowed in if we had this hamper to hand. Complete with champagne, hot chocolate, amaretti panettone and smoky nibbles, it’s ideal for a cosy winter’s night in.
Your festive afternoon tea is sorted with this luxury hamper filled with artisan products. Tuck into buttery shortbread biscuits and champagne truffles while sipping a cup of Claridge’s blend tea.
If you want a hamper that’ll keep you fed all Christmas, invest in this smart M&S collection. Christmas morning is sorted with bucks fizz, Christmas cake and Seville bitter orange marmalade, while wholegrain flatbreads and fig chutney will bolster your Boxing Day buffet.
Filled with the likes of ibérico jamón, Gordal olives, salted almonds, turrón and manchego, this is Christmas with a Spanish twist.
Satisfy your savoury tooth and get your Christmas buffet sorted with this hamper filled with potted blue stilton and cave-aged cheddar bundled next to charcuterie, seeded crackers and tasty condiments.
Can’t make it to Fortnum’s for afternoon tea this winter? Bring Fortnum’s to your home with this well-stocked hamper. Brew earl grey in a classic striped teapot and tuck into chocolate biscuits on the side.