New Christmas Traditions with Scottish Hamper
Christmas is a time of tradition, both national and more personal. Last minute shopping on Christmas Eve, office parties, setting out a mince pie for Santa, pulling Christmas crackers and watching the Queen’s speech after dinner are all quintessentially British ways to spend the festive season. But many families will this year endeavour to create a new tradition that can be passed down through generations of their family, in the purchase of a special Christmas food hamper. Scottish Hampers is a provider of luxury food hampers with only the very best locally sourced product, ideal for creating a new family tradition this Christmas. As well as keeping hungry mouths fed throughout the holiday season, the hampers are a wonderful way to bring family and loved ones together, as all good traditions should.
One of the top-selling Christmas hampers since its launch, the Scottish Sleigh luxury food hamper is a great all-rounder and contains a little something that everyone can enjoy. Bottled beers, wine and port make up the beverages, while boxes of traditional Scottish oatcakes, mouth-watering pate and vanilla macaroons will keep the cupboards stocked throughout the entire Christmas season. A deluxe shortbread assortment from the renowned family-run Nevis Bakery will keep children and adults alike happy, and those with a craving for real Scottish cuisine can enjoy haggis from an old Stahly family recipe. This hamper is available in the run up to Christmas for just £99.99, and is presented in a stunning large wicker hamper.
With Christmas traditionally being labelled ‘the season of plenty’, it would make sense that any new traditions incorporated into family life should follow this axiom. The Christmas Feast food hamper was created especially for the festive season and contains a wide variety of sweet treats, savoury goodies and drinks. The cheese selection is varied, with Strathdon Blue, Mull of Kintyre and Old Smokey mature cheddar all included, all accompanied by an equally diverse choice of wine. The Veldt Range a selection of award-winning wines imported from South Africa, while champagne and port make up the rest of the beverages. Assortments of chocolates, Scottish tablet, preserves, and more shortbread complete this all-encompassing hamper, which is sure to see any family right through to the New Year. The Christmas Feast food hamper is currently available for £199.99.
With Scottish Hampers, there is also an option to build-your-own food hamper, a great choice for many families who wish to really personalise their food options this Christmas. Customers simply choose the size of the hamper they would like to buy, then fill it with selections from the broad range of products available from Scottish Hampers, including cured meat and fish, herbs and oils, chocolates, cakes, wines, beers and even some Christmas specials such as chocolate coins or candy canes. Delivery dates can be specified at the checkout, so that the hampers can arrive just in time to invite everyone to tuck in at Christmas.
To browse the entire sale collection and order online visit http://www.scottishhampers.co.uk/ or call 0845 834 0086.
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About Scottish Hampers: Scottish Hampers take a modern approach to gift hampers, sourcing the best quality food and drink from every corner of Scotland. The hampers cater to all tastes and budgets with a choice of contemporary and traditional products. Scottish Hampers evolved from a Scottish food business established in 1982, building an excellent reputation for quality and service. It is committed to finding the best products from coast to coast, tasting and discovering big name brands and artisan producers.