Following on from what I wrote in todays' gift basket blog post, even more birthday gifts are dominating the hamper selection today. First, we have a Cheesy Birthday basket going to a dad in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Yum, yum, yum. One of my friends in the US recently showed another of my friends our website to show what kind of business I work for (because Friend B didn't believe how many variants of gift hampers there could be) and the first one both of them saw was a cheesy one. Next thing I know, I was being bombarded by online messages telling me that if they ever visit the UK, those cheesy hamper look mega good, hint, hint, nudge, nudge, wink, wink. Well, what can I say? They DO look mega good!
And then we have a Golden Oldies hamper going to Grandma Joan's birthday in Tempsford.
This hamper was ordered by Robert in Canada and contained all the nostalgia inducing food from our range. Whether it is the taste, the ingredients or just the look of the product, the contents of the hamper definitely gives off this charming, vintage and nostalgic impression. The lidded bamboo hamper also help the look to. It makes you want to find a traditional old garden, don a straw boater hat, spread out a checkered rug and sit down to enjoy the food. We hope you love the hamper, Joan!
The last hamper of the day is an interesting one. It's actually a Christmas hamper!
Maria in Crumlin had ordered this Christmas Traditional Celebration for her Aunt Marina in Gateshead. However our Christmas stock is only just arriving and we don't have them all yet. Thankfully Marie understands and since it was actually for Aunt Marina's 80th Birthday, she is happy let us change the Christmas pudding to a luxury iced birthday cake instead. The original mince pies in the hampers wasn't in yet either, but we had switched them for some fruity mince pies by the Foods of Athenry which comes in fashionably elegant silver packaging, making this birthday gift even more tastefully classy.