Here are some of my favourite hampers to spoil your loved ones, or to treat yourself this holiday season.
The Ultimate Christmas Indulgence
Bring Your Own Bar hamper £1000
Get This Party Started
Party Starter set £200
The Harvey Nichols Party Starter set is described as the failsafe way to start a party. Basically keep your friends happy with a selection of tasty snacks from mixed olives with peppers and chilli to goats cheese savouries and then indulge them with a selection of welcome drinks. Once everyone has relaxed then bring out the party games - the Little Book Of Drinking Games is also included. All presented in a wicker hamper.
Cocktails For Two
Champagne and Chambord £50
If you want a little soiree with your partner, maybe you've managed to drop your little ones off at a babysitter and you are having a romantic night in, why not order this Champagne and Chambord hamper for yourself. Chambord has a rich raspberry flavour and combined with the delectable Brut Champagne it makes a fantastic Kir Imperial.
Get Your Beauty Sleep
Beauty Sleep hamper £150
Now if you have a relative that has problems getting off to sleep, they may be a new mum or an older relative, for example, then this beauty sleep hamper will have them in the 'land of nod' in no time. Including chamomile flower tea, a Silkskin pillowcase, and Sleep Plus Hair Elixir as well as other goodies, this makes a great gift presented in a picnic hamper.
Now Harvey Nichols can spot a blogger that likes a little indulgence, so they contacted me and kindly offered me the opportunity to try their Champagne and Chambord hamper box above.
Champagne needs little introduction and most people know that sparkling wine has to come from the Champagne region of France for it to be called Champagne, but do you know about Chambord?
Chambord is a luxurious French raspberry liqueur, black in colour, with intense raspberry and vanilla flavours. Delicious added to Champagne, it makes a fabulous Kir Imperial, the sister drink to the Kir Royal which is made with Creme De Cassis, a blackcurrant liqueur.
Tell me do you like giving or receiving hampers? What do you think of these hampers from Harvey Nichols? Have you tried a Kir Imperial?