Right now it is seven weeks, to the day, until Christmas! Whilst our own excitement comes from a mix of familiar festive ingredients including dazzling decorations, seeing old friends & family and the cascade of presents, we adore most of all the chance to tuck into all of Scotland's finest delicacies with a hearty holiday appetite. It is this last tradition we want to share around this year. As this Fine Scottish Hampers' first Christmas, we've assembled an astonishing stock of festive food & drink gift baskets to surprise someone truly special this December.
However, if you were a little curious as to what makes these hampers more matched for the Christmas holidays than our usual range of hampers, then allow us to take you through a quick tour of the exclusive new additions available only at this time of year:
Three of the high-in-demand Christmas indulgences to be found in our hamper range, each of these items of Scottish local produce has something unique to offer this holiday. The Tilquhillie Christmas Pudding is an award winning dessert with a moist texture and spicy tang, offering a brandy laced, rich fruity flavour with every bite. The stick of Christmas pudding truffles meanwhile comes from our favourite Scottish chocolatiers, who've outdone themselves yet again with 9 pieces of excellent chocolate holiday heaven. Last but not least, Stahyly's Clootie Dumping is a traditional fruit dessert packed full of natural treats, one we highly recommend enjoying with a bottle of Whisky Butterscotch Sauce.
Of course, you can enjoy as much or little of this fine Scottish produce as you like by Creating Your Own Christmas Hamper, now with a choice of delightful looking Red Luxury Magnetic Gift Boxes bearing our logo. Before we leave you with this great gift decision, allow us to throw one more festive incentive:
Our most extravagant hamper to date; this rather big basket is packed with every manner of Scottish morsel and sip available, including smoked salmon, pate, truckles of cheese, outcakes, dipping sauces, and chutney. And of course, as the name suggests, the familiar taste of Scotch can be found not only in nine bottles of great whisky, but also in coffee, cakes and, aye, even a bottle of sauce.