Borough Market Has Launched A Range Of Christmas Hampers Just In Time For The Festive Season

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Have yourself a merry little Christmas hamper curtesy of Borough Market this winter.

An adult in Borough Market is much like a kid in a candy store: ecstatic and completely spoilt for choice. This market has dazzled Londoners for over 1000 years with their incredible food stalls and artisanal bites from all over the world. And this year, they’ve produced their very own Christmas hampers filled with festive favourites from the market. Food fanatics across the UK are in luck as they can be delivered nationwide – what a time to be alive!

Contrary to what the popular Xmas movie Elf preaches, the best way to spread Christmas cheer is not by singing aloud for all to hear, it’s by sending yourself (or a loved one) a hamper full of sweet, savoury and alcoholic goodies…

There are four fabulously festive hampers on offer, each filled with treats from Borough Market’s incredible traders. On behalf of the partner distribution company Good Sixty, Daniel Frost said “It is a really tight-knit community at Borough Market, particularly at the moment. The traders really bought into it – each of them offering something different and combining their produce to put together a package of complimentary products that created something that they couldn’t each offer on their own.”

Whether you fancy a savoury selection or a hamper filled with sweet treats, they’ve got you covered. Alternatively, their more-ish mulled wine set contains all the ingredients you need to recreate the seasonal beverage and it’s perfect for those chilly nights in. The star of the show however, is the Luxe Christmas Bag, which includes Italian charcuterie, Bath Soft cheese, ginger thins, tomato chutney, truffle crisps, mince pie scrolls and La Croix Pouillac, among other tasty bites.

The hampers start from a very reasonable £27.95 and they come with personalised gift notes upon request! You can order yours here.

In other news, Selfridges have unveiled their charming Christmas windows for 2020.

Tags: Christmas, winter
Food & Drink