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Baskets Galore’s Customer Gifts – Gift Hampers 14.04.16

It's a very cheesy hamper dispatch day today, I realised. Because every single hamper picture I took was of a hamper where cheese was the main focus. Let's start with the ever favourite and popular Cheesy Sunshine range.

Cheesy Birthday x 2

Pictured above are two Cheesy Birthdays. One is for a lady in Kilkee, Ireland. She's having her birthday tomorrow and her sister sends her this gift with all her love and kisses. The second one is for a gentleman called Brian (Dublin, IE) who is also having his birthday - his 30th! The senders also sends him love and kisses, and encourage him to 'eat lots of cheese' in their gift card message. If Brian is a cheese-lover like me, then I'm sure he'll see these truckles of cheese in the basket and would have no problems obeying that request.

Cheesing along, we will take a look at a Mega Cheesy Hamper next.

504381 Mega Cheesy

I actually think this one is one of my best photos of the Mega Cheesy hamper so far. The hamper is slowly gaining popularity. I think it's because it's rather like the Cheesy Sunshine but it's bigger, and more importantly - MORE CHEESE! Yum, yum, yum. Mega Cheesy has a really lovely Red Leicester cheese truckle, a Vintage Cheddar, a creamy farmhouse cheddar and lush garlic and herb cheddar. Mmmm, you can never have too much cheese in my opinion.

Then, we have a hamper that's not ordered too often outside of Christmas - Port & Cheese!

504387 Port & Cheese

Just because it's not ordered too often, does not mean that it's a poor basket. Nope, it's still cheesy and perfect. I think it's because port itself isn't as popular a gift as other items. But when it is gifted, it stands out as quirky, different and rather thoughtfully traditional? To be honest, I've never really had port before. Can anybody tell me what it tastes like?

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