Christmas Gift Ideas For Foodies & Festive Tipples


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It really is starting to look like Christmas - there are just four weeks to go until the big day! Are you prepared? If not and you have gifts yet to purchase then this gift guide may be of some use to you. It features dozens of food and drink (hic) suggestions that are ideal for many members of your family, or friends.


1. Chase Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin - £35.95
Gin is my tipple of choice, and I know it's currently one of the most popular spirits on the market. Chase Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin is a favourite of mine - Made with Williams GB gin as the base spirit and infused with a delicate range of eight botanicals including; juniper, orange peel, licorice, elderflower, and bitter almond before distillation in a copper gin still with pink grapefruit and pomelo peel. You can find this gin and more over at 31Dover.


2. EasiYo Yogurt Maker - £16.75
The EasiYo Yogurt Maker is an option for those who like to make their own foods, all while cutting down on plastics. It's has a sleek and simple design, which would suit any kitchen. It's able to create delicious, thick and creamy yogurt, without the use of any electronics or moving parts. It's easy to make, and fun to do! The Yogurt Maker Pack retails at £16.75 and includes the Pink Yogurt Maker, 1kg Yogurt Jar, and Information leaflet. Yogurt sachets can be purchased separately, at £3.00 each, or in various multipacks.


3. Cranes Cider Gift Set - £16.99
This gift set from Cranes is perfect for those who enjoy fruit cider. Included in the set is one of each of their flavous of fruity ciders; 1 x Cranes Cider Cranberries & Limes, 1 x Cranes Cider Raspberries & Pomegranates, 1 x Cranes Cider Blueberries & Apples and 1 x branded glass. Handcrafted in Cambridge, the drinks are made from all-natural ingredients and contain 30% fewer calories than brand leaders. I have this wrapped up for a family member already.


4. The Gin Club Subscription Box - £34.99
Another suggestion from 31 Dover is their gin subscription box which costs £34.99 per box. Every month, or every quarter, depending on your subscription you'll receive a bottle of gin, plus mixers and other accompaniments. The gin will always be something interesting and exciting as they like to select unique bottles from talented distillers across the world.


5. Beanies Mini Stash Box - £9.00
For lovers of quick, flavoured instant coffee, the Beanies Mini Stash Box would be ideal. You can select 3 flavours from their extensive collection of coffees, including their decaf options. The Christmas box includes; Mulled Wine, Christmas Pudding and Ginger Bread 3 x 50g jars and costs just £9.00. Beanies Thick Shakes would also make a great stocking filler at just £3.50 each.


6. I Heart Wines Rioja - £8.00
I have family members who swear by a bottle of red, especially at Christmas time. With top notes of red berries and a hint of vanilla from aging oak, I heart Berceo Rioja is ideal for drinking with a Christmas dinner and works just as well with sweet dishes too. Rioja and Christmas pudding - it sounds like a winner to me! It's available to buy at Bargain Booze, Nisa, and McColl's - or you can treat yourself to a case of three from Amazon.

7. Mionetto Prosecco DOC Treviso - £11.00
Red isn't my thing personally, but Prosecco is. Mionetto Prosecco is known for its style, quality, and taste. It's so fruity and light, with notes of honey, golden apple, white peach, and acacia blossom. I might have to save this bottle for me! You can find Mionetto Prosecco at Morrison’s, Tesco, NISA, Budgens, Bargain Booze, CostCutter and Londis or online at Amazon.


8. Popcorn Shed's Popcorn Gift Boxes - £3.50 each
Many people like sweet treats at Christmas, how about popcorn for a chance? Popcorn Shed is my favourite popcorn brand, they have a wide range of different sweet and savoury flavours, presented in bags, cardboard sheds, jars, and they even come in hampers too. Butterly Nuts and Pecan Pie are the two flavours that stood out to me, and I'm looking forward to gifting and trying them this Christmas. You can purchase multipacks and more on Amazon.


9. Four Seasons Gin Gift Set Collection - £25.00
There are lots of gifts for gin lovers at Yumbles and their four seasons gift set would tick many boxes, for many people. The gift set contains each one of their limited edition seasonal flavours, all in 5CL bottles. The varieties are; Lemon and Rosemary, Summer edition Strawberry and Black Pepper, Autumn edition Apple, Blackberry and Cardamom and the Winter Edition Cranberry and Clementine - all of which sound amazing.


9. Masha - £39.99
Masha is a multipurpose kitchen tool that is a must-have for all kitchens. It can be used to mash, whisk, beat, blend and puree in a matter of seconds. Its lightweight design has non slip sides, making it easy to handle and use. It's also dishwasher safe as the electric components can be removed for easy cleaning. Masha would make Christmas dinner much easier, that's for sure. You can order a Masha directly from Amazon for £39.99.


10. Booja-Booja Dairy Free Chocolate Truffles - £9.99
This Booja-Booja Award-Winning Selection features 16, dairy-free chocolate truffles for just £9.99 RRP. This is their best-ever value gift box to date, it is a dream come true for chocolate lovers across the UK. The box contains melt-in-your-mouth truffle varieties including; Hazelnut Crunch, Almond Salted Caramel, Around Midnight Espresso, Rhubarb & Vanilla Fool and more. The Booja-Booja Award-Winning Selection is available now from Holland & Barrett, online and in-store. It will be available from independent health food shops across the UK from December.

Which of these items do you like the sound of the most?

6 comments:

  1. great ideas, im especially a fan of the popcorn shed popcorn

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  2. I'll have them all ! After all its the season for giving 😊

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  3. Would it be so very wrong to leave this page open where Santa could see it, with a note saying 'this is my Christmas wishlist'? I especially love the idea of the Easiyo!

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  4. Thank you for the ideas. Booja Booja truffles are absolutely divine and the EasiYo yoghurt maker looks great.
    I am tempted to invest in the Masha for myself - not very sensible when I am supposed to be looking for gifts for others!

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  5. I'm not very adventurous with my foodie gifts at this time of year, there is a great selection here.

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  6. Fabulous selection here, i never thing of giving these type of gifts as gifts to my friends, i dont know why really, as there is some wonderful ideas here

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