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Christmas is the perfect season for foodies and if like me you have lots of them in your life and your thoughts are turning to gift buying then I might just have a few ideas to get you started. I find a Christmas gift guide really useful when I’m stuck for ideas of what to buy people. I’ve tried to include a range of food and drink gifts to suit all budgets.
Christmas Gift Guide For Foodies
Botonique Sparkling Non-Alcoholic Drink
Avoid giving the gift of a hangover this Christmas with a bottle of sparkling and delicious Botonique, a British-made, natural non-alcoholic alternative. A perfect alternative for wine lovers which in addition to tasting great also has health benefits too. Botonique contains the beneficial elements of Prelixir®, a unique blend of vitamins, mineral and amino acids which alcohol is known to deplete. Available in two flavours Crisp Dry White and Blush.
Botonique is available to buy from:
See the stockist list at Botonique for more places to buy.
Personalised Retro Sweetie Jar
The perfect gift for the big kids in your life, this personalised Retro Sweetie Jar is packed full of tasty childhood treats. There are lots of old-school favourites like blackjacks, parma violets, shrimps and refreshers, along with a personalised name label of the recipient.
The Personalised Retro Sweetie Jar along with other gifts is available to buy from:
Apothic Red is a unique Californian wine crafted with four distinct red grapes, Zinfandel, Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The ideal Christmas gift for wine lovers who prefer a fruity red, with tasting notes of blackberry, sweet cherry and hints of mocha, chocolate, and brown spice. Apothic red is perfectly paired with dark chocolate and decadent desserts.
Apothic Red is available to buy from:
If you are looking for a delicious treat to share with friends and family this Christmas then Guylian Temptations might be just what you are looking for. Guylian, the world’s favourite Belgian chocolates with their unique marbled Seashell and Sea Horse shapes and delicious roasted hazelnut praline flavour are distinctive and delectable. Created in 1967, today the Guylian chocolates are still made with the same traditional craftsmanship giving them an authentic, quality Belgian chocolate taste experience.
Guylian Temptations is full of beautifully wrapped Sea Horse shaped Belgian chocolates in six favourite flavours. You can choose from coffee, original hazelnut praline, dark praline, soft caramel, milk truffle, and crunchy biscuit.
Opies Mixed Berries In Prosecco & Cherries In Kirsch
If you’re looking for stocking fillers for foodies or additions for hampers then these Mixed Berries with Prosecco and Black Cherries with Kirsch might be just what you are looking for. Perfect to add to cocktails or serve over ice-cream these fruits in alcohol are certain to add a kick to the festive season.
Opies Fruits in Alcohol are available to buy from:
Cadbury Christmas Super Fun Pack
Christmas wouldn’t be complete without chocolate and this Cadbury Christmas Super Fun Pack would make a delicious gift for someone with a sweet tooth. This fun pack contains lots of Cadbury favourites including Dairy Milk Buttons, Freddo Faces, and Mini Snow Balls.
The Cadbury Christmas Super Fun Pack and other Chocolate gifts are available to buy from:
Coffees Of The World
Not to leave the coffee lovers out this Christmas season I recommend this Coffees Of The World gift set from Whittard. It contains nine delicious and different ground coffees from around the globe including countries like Kenya, Colombia, and Ethiopia.
The Coffees Of The World gift set and other gifts are available to buy from:
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