Christmas Gift Guide!

Scratching your head looking for the perfect present? Fear not! We’ve put together a handy guide, for Christmas and beyond!

For her:

Bloody Shiraz Gin by Four Pillars

Put the run-of-the-mill gins to one side! This premium Australian gin, made by industry favourites Four Pillars, is a fusion of dry gin and red wine.  Spicy Shiraz grapes are left to infuse in the gin for eight weeks, before being pressed & blended with more gin, to create a stunning, purple spirit. 

Hot Air Balloon Flight by Red Letter Days

Floating peacefully through the clouds with champagne in hand – this is an experience gift that is sure to live long in the memory. Red Letter Days offer a huge variety of hot air balloon flights, including some timed to take in spectacular sunsets!

Chocolate hamper by Hotel Chocolat

Forget the selection boxes – the hampers on offer by British-based Hotel Chocolat are next-level cocoa fixes. There’s a plethora of options to suit all tastes and budgets, and they all include decadent treats like salted caramel puddles, billionaires shortbread selectors or champagne truffles. Delicious!

Flower Subscription by Bloom & Wild

Bloom & Wild offer a unique flower delivery service – all of their bouquets are hand-packed in petal protectors, and placed in a letterbox-friendly parcel. They even offer fixed-term subscriptions, from 3 to 12 months on offer. Each month’s delivery is carefully put together by a florist, using seasonal flowers. This steady stream of varied, room-brightening bouquets makes for a wonderful gift that just keeps on giving!

Beauty box subscription by Birchbox

A monthly box filled with beauty goodies, tailored to your skin, hair and style. That’s what’s an offer at Birchbox, and it makes for a great monthly treat. The boxes include a range of supplies, from indulgent face masks and bubble baths, to handy testers of premium make-up supplies. Like other subscriptions, you can purchase a gift card for 3, 6, or 12 month plans – the perfect present!

For him:

Fitted chinos by Spoke

There’s nothing better than a gift that’s personalised to the person you’re buying for, and it doesn’t get much more personal than a set of quality chinos in a flawless fit. That’s what’s on offer at spoke, who carry a handful of chinos, jeans and trousers in a huge variety of sizes, to help you find that elusive perfect fit. If you don’t know what size you’re looking for, they even offer gift cards!

Bamboo socks by Thought

It’s a well known joke that guys don’t want socks for Christmas, but the cosy, ethical styles on offer at Thought will definitely change the mind of even the most sock-phobic gent. Using sustainable bamboo, there’s a variety of sock gift sets here, from fun prints and fluffy winter wear, to more subdued classics for the office.

Craft beer set by Honest Brew

Almost everyone enjoys a Christmas tipple, but it can get a little predictable receiving the same old bottle of port or whisky. Enter Honest Brew, who offer a curated selection of the worlds best craft beers. There’s IPAs, stouts and sours galore – all available in one-off gift sets. Or, if you’re feeling generous, you can even gift a subscription!

London Eye

Sometimes an experience can be the best gift of all, and they don’t come more memorable than this famous wheel – the London Eye. Standing at 135m, it’s the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel, and treats its passengers to a dramatic, 360 degree view of one of the most iconic skylines in the world. Tickets can be bagged for as little as £30, but if you want to pull off all the stops, you can even hire a private capsule, with a bottle of champagne to boot!

Leather Wash Bag by Cornerstone

Of course, no Christmas day is complete without some Cornerstone goodies thrown in – our leather wash bag is crafted using buffalo leather, that will soften and develop a beautiful patina as it’s used, so it gets even better over time. It also features a waterproof lining to keep your shaving essentials safe – whether you’re at home, or on the go!

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