Welcome to page two of our best food and drink gift ideas to impress the foodie in your life this Christmas.
Figgy’s Christmas Pudding, from £11.95
Figgy’s artisan Christmas puds are lovingly made in Devon to an age-old family recipe. The family originally made them for friends and family but their recipe became so popular that they decided to make a business of it. Figgy’s puddings have won stacks of awards, are raved about in the media and were recently featured by James Martin on TV.
Willie’s Cacao Chef’s Treasures Hamper, £32.99
This vibrant ribbon-tied box will look the part under any Christmas tree. A thoughtful gift for budding chefs, it includes everything you need to cook with chocolate, including some ingredients you won’t find in the shops. William (aka ‘Willie’) George Harcourt-Cooze is a famous British chocolate maker. His choccies are bean to bar and free from palm oil and soy.
Cure & Simple Bacon Subscription, from £4.95 a month
Know someone who can’t go without their Saturday morning bacon butty? We’ve got it covered with a bacon subscription. You can choose from weekly, fortnightly or monthly deliveries while special packaging deters pets and keeps it fresh until they return home. The bacon cooks like a dream and boasts a sweet and subtle smoky flavour.
Nudo Adopt Exclusive Handmade Oil Cruets, £72
Nudo Adopt has collaborated with ceramics artist Michelle Freemantle for a heartfelt gift that gives something back. As well as a handmade oil pourer and premium Italian olive oil, this gift pack includes an olive tree adoption that supports small-scale olive producers in the Italian countryside.
Smeg x Dolce&Gabbana ‘Sicily is my Love’ Collection, from £499.95
This designer kitchen set will make a striking addition to any kitchen. Teaming up for Dolce&Gabbana, this Smeg small appliance collection includes a blender, citrus juicer, two-slice toaster and kettle, wrapped in Sicilian-inspired prints.
Waterford Mixology Coupes, £165 (set of 4)
Hosting a party or know someone who loves to host? You won’t go wrong with these exquisite Waterford Crystal champagne coupes, featuring bespoke crystal cuts in a range of colours.
Those who enjoy a kitchen gadget will love this wireless meat thermometer. It’s the gift that’ll keep on giving, allowing its user to cook meat to perfection with minimal effort. It connects to an app, monitoring the meat and sending alerts when its cooked to your liking, removing the need to hang around the hob.
The Barisieur Coffee & Tea Alarm Clock, from £299
Perfect for coffee aficionados, this designer alarm clock wakes you by making you a pot of freshly brewed coffee or loose-leaf tea. It’s inspired by vintage record players and can be set up in a jiffy.
Bar (CART), £50,000
If your significant other is a cocktail enthusiast, this no-expensive-spared gift will certainly get their approval.
The Bar C(ART) is a compact and moveable bar that oozes sophistication and comes with plenty of optional extras, such as a discreet phone connection, chilled caviar storage and a Kaelo iceless ice bucket.