Christmas Gift Guide – Food & Drink

With Christmas around five weeks away, I thought I would follow up my Christmas Gift Guides for Children, Women and Men with a Gift Guide dedicated to food and drink. I am a huge fan of treating myself over the festive season and I also love to gift others with yummy things. Read on for some inspiration…

Food

Elizabeth Shaw Biscuits 

These biscuits from Elizabeth Shaw are so delicious, I may or may not have worked my way through two out of the three packets within a couple of days of receiving them.

They come in a variety of tempting flavours including the totally moreish Coconut & Hazlenut and my favourite – Mint & Cocoa. The texture is a little chewy with crispy pieces adding a bit of crunch. I will be stocking up on these myself for our guests over Christmas.

Prosecco Mince Pies

I am not a huge fan of Mince Pies myself but I was totally intrigued by these Prosecco versions. Prepared by Oast to Host and championed by Produced in Kent, these mince pies are free from both wheat and gluten and come packaged in a little box making these a lovely gift at Christmas time.

Ashmore Cheese 

Another product from Produced in Kent, this hard cheese is nice and strong whilst remaining rich and creamy. Ed absolutely loved eating it on some garlic crackers as an evening snack and we will be getting some more for over Christmas.

Produced in Kent are working with Kent Food Trails to bring the amazing tastes of locally produced food & drink – you can find out more from their website.

Prosecco Gummies 

These Personalised Prosecco Gummies are such a lovely gift idea I have also featured them in my Gift Guide for Her. Totally tasty, these sweets are alcohol free making them a guilt free treat to be enjoyed whenever you fancy a sugar fix.

Thorntons Cheeky Elf & The Snowman 

The children absolutely love receiving edible gifts over Christmas and these adorable chocolatey treats from Thornton’s are sure to go down well. The Cheeky Elf & Snowman and The Snowdog festive chocolate figures make excellent stocking fillers and can be added to a Christmas Eve box as a novelty snack.

Fudge Kitchen Luxurious Caramels 

When I opened the box containing these Luxurious Caramels from Produced in Kent I wasn’t sure I would be able to restrain myself long enough to take the photos. The box is totally festive and they would make an excellent gift for any chocolate lover.

Indigo Nutrition Pure Raw Chocolate Kit 

Talking of chocolate, this Pure Raw Chocolate Kit is brilliant if you are looking for something guilt free as it is made with organic cacao. The set comes with everything you need to make raw vegan chocolate and is packaged nicely together in the brand’s trademark boxes.

Drink

Gusbourne Sparkling Wine 

This Gusbourne sparkling wine tastes as fantastic as it looks. Produced in Kent, the wine would make a fantastic gift or addition to the drinks cabinet this Christmas.

Pop a Ball Bursting Bubbles 

Having a party over Christmas? These Limited Edition Pineapple bursting bubbles from Pop a Ball are the perfect addition to your drinks. Adding a hit of colour and flavour, these quirky bursting bubbles are perfect for the party season and would make a lovely stocking filler.

Kopparberg Black Limited Edition Keg

Perfect for the party season, Kopparberg are releasing a limited edition keg, available from 23rd November whilst stocks last. The Kopparberg Black keg mixes blackcurrant and blackberry for a delicious, fruity taste.

Botonique Blush 

If you are buying for somebody who doesn’t drink, or will be avoiding alcohol over Christmas for whatever reason, this non-alcoholic sparkling drink is the perfect alternative to Prosecco. Available in both white and this blush variety, Botonique certainly know how to create a tasty drink. The bottle is gorgeous too!

The items featured in this post have been gifted to me. All words and images are my own. 

Please remember to drink responsibly.

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