Posted 14th Dec 2016
Indulge their sweet tooth or satisfy their savoury side with our pick of some of the finest food gifts this Christmas
The 12 Days of Christmas Gift Box
Celebrate the festive season with The Bay Tree 12 Days of Christmas gift box (below left), bursting with different enchanting flavours for you to try. The box, which contains jams, chutneys and preserves includes Christmas favourites such as cranberry sauce and onion marmalade, as well as cherry and port jam, vegetable chutney with real ale, and cider and horseradish mustard. Available to buy from www.thebaytree.co.uk, priced at £14.50, the set contains 12 miniature jars, six at 35g and six at 40g to enjoy throughout Christmas.
Tiptree classic hamper
Enjoy a classic Christmas pudding from Tiptree with an array of their best preserves and sauces. The classic hamper (above right), priced at £30 plus £4.95 delivery, includes orange marmalade with malt whisky, Christmas conserve, brandy butter, wild cranberry sauce and strawberry preserve, among other delicious flavours. Enjoy a slice of toast, or lather your Christmas cake in something sweet from Tiptree on 25th December. You can buy the classic hamper from www.tiptree.com.
Afternoon tea planter
This December why not spend the afternoon indulging a spot of afternoon tea thanks to Wyevale Garden Centres? Their afternoon tea planter offers jam and lemon curd, as well as ginger crunch biscuits, presented in a vintage planter, embossed with the phrase cottage kitchen. Try the treats and then use the planter to brighten up your kitchen with a stunning indoor plant. Available from www.wyevalegardencentres.co.uk, the afternoon tea planter is priced at £14.99 (below left).
Vintage Christmas collection
Inspired by a host of vintage toys, the Biscuiteers vintage Christmas collection (above right) includes a selection of perfectly decorated treats from trees to bells. This brand new collection which is iced by hand, is priced at £42.50, and you can buy the vintage Christmas collection from www.biscuiteers.com.
By Lauren Morton