Christmas Gift Guide: 5 Great Gifts For Foodies

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Whether they love a good cheese board or brewing their own sloe gin, there’s a gift for every food lover out there. And we promise they aren’t all alcohol-based.

1. Cheese-making kit

Any big fans of cheese (or Blur’s Alex James) might fancy trying their hand at making their own. Selfridges have these cheese-making kits that allow just that, and the receiver of this gift will find everything they need in this handy box. Caution: may cause a stink.

Image Credit: Selfridges

Image Credit: Selfridges

2. 6 month curry subscription

This is the perfect gift for anyone who loves a curry and loves trying new things. Give the gift of a 6 month subscription to The Spicery, and the recipient will be sent a new set of spices to try once a month. They send spices accompanied with recipes for curries from all over the world, taking you on a taste journey every month.

Image Credit: Not On The High Street

Image Credit: Not On The High Street

3. Ring for Prosecco bell

For the diva in your life who needs the fizzy stuff on tap, try this handy bell that they can ring every time they’re in need of a top up. A fun stocking filler that you might regret if you’re put on refill duty.

Image Credit: Joy

Image Credit: Joy

4. Boska make your own herb butter kit

Treat your most-loved foodie to a kit that will allow them to surpass any cooking dreams by preparing their own herb butter. All they need to bring is their own milk (which they could also provide themselves, although you’d have to gift them a cow), and they can bring a rustic feel to the kitchen.

Image Credit: Selfridges

Image Credit: Selfridges

5. Gin Cocktail Box

For the boozie rather than the foodie in your life, give them the gift of gin in the form of this cocktail box. It features a variety of gins for them to taste, as well as different cocktail ingredients and recipes. For a little gin-fuelled kick on Boxing Day, this is the perfect gift.

Image Credit: Not On The High Street

Image Credit: Not On The High Street

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