Looking for Valentines Day gift ideas for your favourite foodie? Here’s our Valentine’s Day gift guide for Valentines Day gifts. Including mens valentines gifts so you have valentines gifts for him (chocolate, coffee, whisky and more).
We have chosen our favourite food gifts to make sure you have have a happy Valentine’s Day with perfect Valentines presents. Our food gifts make great Valentine’s Day ideas for your loved one, whether it be your partner or your best friend.
If you have some time on your hands, the perfect gift is to cook a special meal, and we have plenty of romantic meal ideas here.
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Sprinkle a little seasoning over dinner for two with this cute pair of flamingos.
Give your cheeseboard for two a kitsch twist with this playful ceramic tray.
Let your love scribble down their musings in this sweet hardback notebook.
Ravioli, but make it heart shaped.
One for the whisky lover in your life, this vintage-inspired decanter with lavish gold detail comes with a pair of tumblers, ready for a scotch on the rocks.
France-based artist, Louise Sheeran, has created work for Oxford’s Pompette restaurant as well as independent commissions. Buy this simple risograph print for your wine loving partner this year.
Created by Belgian chocolatier Pierre Marcolini, this box of 25 fruit, caramel and praline chocolates is the way to our hearts. A combination of white chocolate and yuzu and dark chocolate with raspberry means there’s something for everyone.
Keep things sweet with this hamper brimming with sugary snacks, from classic lemon sherbets to boozy negroni spritz balls.
Jazz up weekend brews by learning how to do latte art like a pro, starting with a classic heart. Along with a gift card for the session you’ll also get a pack of single-origin beans and handy tote bag.
‘Honey honey, how you thrill me!’ We love the sweet/salty combo of this thick, creamed honey made in the Pyrenees with our favourite cheese. Go the extra mile and bake your Valentine a treat using honey, here are our recipes.
What says ‘I love you’ on Valentine’s Day more than a bottle of chocolate milk? We love this Estate Dairy one made with Pump Street bakery chocolate with it’s rich, creamy flavour and smell.
Add a touch of pink to your Valentine’s cocktails with intense Buckinghamshire-made rhubarb fruit syrup. Great with just water, it’s also delicious in a rhubarb gin sour, or drizzled over ice cream.
Want to celebrate Valentine’s Day with pink gin?
- Pinot noir gin
- Pink grapefruit gin
- Rhuabrb gin
Create fondue for your loved one on Valentine’s Day, combining three cheeses in a DIY fondue pot. The fruity and fresh white wine is the ideal accompaniment to the rich, nutty fondue.
Whisk your Valentine away to the Hebridean Islands with this sugar kelp-infused gin. Pour the savoury gin from the stunning rippled bottle into lowball tumblers filled with ice, and add a few drops of sugar kelp aromatic water for the perfect Scottish served G&T.
Found your perfect match? Say it with chocolate thanks to these beautifully packaged limited edition bars. Try dark chocolate with sea salt or smooth milk chocolate with salted caramel.
Looking for a Valentines gift that lasts a bit longer than chocolate? What better way to symbolise your flourishing love than with a thriving young fig tree. The romantic shape of the fig adds a romantic touch, and the tree is delivered alongside a jar of the finest fig jam, perfect for breakfast in bed. Make a pretty fig tart with your figs.
Blended just for Valentine’s Day, this fragrant tea combines soft white tea buds, scented rose petals and sweet hibiscus. Best enjoyed à deux, this tea is perfect for those seeking a more subtle expression of their love.
Looking for a cheesy Valentine’s Day gift? This cute collection of heart-shaped cheeses is a little bit different and perfect for those without a sweet tooth. Why not end your Valentine’s dinner with a cheeseboard with a twist?
Created by master patissier Joakim Prat, this billet-doux is filled with a combination of a light Tahitian vanilla cream and a refreshing raspberry purée, then delicately draped in a raspberry macaron.
If you fancy making your own pretty pink eclairs, try our strawberry eclair recipe to give to your Valentine.
Words by Ellie Edwards, Alex Crossley and Rachel Dinsdale