From delicious biscuits to quirky Christmas pasta and Tuscan chocolate – our Italian Christmas hamper is brimming with delicious flavours from Italy. So, if you want to give a very special present this Christmas then don’t look any further, because these Italian treats are the perfect gift! But why not watch the video below and decide for yourself?
There is lots of really great things in our new Christmas hamper, so it’s quite hard to choose a favourite. To give you a quick overview, here are some of the fantastic items that will come with it:
Buon Natale Christmas Cards
Our custom made Flavours Christmas cards are perfect for wishing your friends and family a Merry Christmas. The cards come in a set of 5 and will make the festive period extra bellissimo.
Taralli Biscuits from Puglia
The savoury biscuits from Puglia are perfect with a glass of chilled Prosecco and are a great aperitivo before having your Christmas dinner. The fennel and olive oil in the delicious snacks give it a nice, slightly spicy taste.
Ever had Italian pasta in shape of a Christmas tree? No? Well, you might soon! Our quirky Christmas pasta is one of so many highlights in our special hamper selection.
This delicious chocolate from Tuscany will bring you to chocolate heaven and is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth. The mix of dark chocolate and Tuscan fruits is irresistible and absolutely addictive (we’ll be having our next dose in the office shortly!)
Marmalade from Florence
This marmalade from Florence is a fig, vanilla and and almond preserve. Try using it as a cake filling – or just spread it on toasted bread. Buonissimo!
Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Lecce, Puglia
You won’t get more authentic Italian olive oil than this. Directly imported from Lecce (Puglia), this artisan olive oil is perfect with pasta, salads or simply on a slice of bread.
There are many other delicious and very special flavours that come with our Christmas hamper – so if you want to make someone’s Christmas less ordinary why not take a look at the full list of items in the hamper here?